Oxidation Number of Lutetium

Lutetium(Lu) is discovered in 1907 by French scientist Georges Urbain, Austrian mineralogist Baron Carl Auer von Welsbach, and American chemist Charles James. It is a chemical element with the atomic number 71. It is predicated to have positive oxidation state of 2 and 3. Compounds of Lutetium always contain the element in the oxidation state +3.

Lutetium(Lu) is discovered in 1907 by French scientist Georges Urbain, Austrian mineralogist Baron Carl Auer von Welsbach, and American chemist Charles James. It is a chemical element with the atomic number 71. It is predicated to have positive oxidation state of 2 and 3. Compounds of Lutetium always contain the element in the oxidation state +3.


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