Oxidation Number of Roentgenium

Roentgenium or "element 111" was found by Sigurd Hofmann in 1994. It is extremely radioactive synthetic element, with the atomic number 111. It possess half-life time of 26 seconds. It is the ninth member in the transition metals and it does not have any stable or natural isotopes. It is a d-block transactinide element and its common oxidation state is +3, sometimes it also have +5, +1 and -1 oxidation states.

Roentgenium or "element 111" was found by Sigurd Hofmann in 1994. It is extremely radioactive synthetic element, with the atomic number 111. It possess half-life time of 26 seconds. It is the ninth member in the transition metals and it does not have any stable or natural isotopes. It is a d-block transactinide element and its common oxidation state is +3, sometimes it also have +5, +1 and -1 oxidation states.


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