Oxidation Number of Promethium

Promethium was first found by Bohuslav Brauner in 1902. It exist in solid phase and have the atomic number of 61. Its isotopes are radioactive in nature. It is originally called as prometheum, and most commonly exist in the stable positive oxidation state 3, and rarely with +2 states in few compounds. Promethium 147 is commonly used in luminous paint, atomic batteries, and thickness measurement devices.

Promethium was first found by Bohuslav Brauner in 1902. It exist in solid phase and have the atomic number of 61. Its isotopes are radioactive in nature. It is originally called as prometheum, and most commonly exist in the stable positive oxidation state 3, and rarely with +2 states in few compounds. Promethium 147 is commonly used in luminous paint, atomic batteries, and thickness measurement devices.


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