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Periodic Table Element Comparison: Compare Elements - Antimony vs Hydrogen

Compare Antimony and Hydrogen

Compare Antimony and Hydrogen on the basis of their properties, attributes and periodic table facts. Compare elements on more than 90 properties. All the elements of similar categories show a lot of similarities and differences in their chemical, atomic, physical properties and uses. These similarities and dissimilarities should be known while we study periodic table elements. You can study the detailed comparison between Antimony vs Hydrogen with most reliable information about their properties, attributes, facts, uses etc. You can compare Sb vs H on more than 90 properties like electronegativity , oxidation state, atomic shells, orbital structure, Electronaffinity, physical states, electrical conductivity and many more.

Facts

Antimony
51
Sb
121.76
Solid
Silver
metalloid
15
nitrogen family 
5
p
[Kr] 4d10 5s2 5p3
630.63 °C
1587 °C
2, 8, 18, 18, 5
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Hydrogen
1
H
1.00794
Gas
Colorless
other nonmetal
1
lithium family 
1
s
1s1
-259.14 °C
-252.87 °C
1
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Neighborhood Elements of Hydrogen

History

History
The element Antimony was discovered by unknown in year 3000 BC in unknown place. Antimony derived its name from from the Greek anti, 'against', and monos, 'alone' (stibium in Latin)
The element Hydrogen was discovered by Henry Cavendish in year 1766 in United Kingdom. Hydrogen derived its name derived its name from from the Greek elements hydro- and -gen meaning 'water-forming'

Presence: Abundance in Nature and Around Us

Ppb by weight (1ppb =10^-7 %)
4×10-8%
1×10-7%
1.2e-07
2e-07
2×10-8%
N/A
0.75
0.75
0.024
0.0015
0.11
0.1

Crystal Structure and Atomic Structure

133 pm
18.18127519785 cm3
138 pm
N/A
5.4
antimony Spectrum
430.7, 430.7, 1127.3 pm
π/2, π/2, 2 π/3
R_ 3m
166

Simple Trigonal

antimony Crystal Structure
53 pm
11.211790878754 cm3
37 pm
120 pm
0.332
hydrogen Spectrum
470 pm, 470 pm, 340 pm
π/2, π/2, 2 π/3
P63/mmc
194

Simple Hexagonal

hydrogen Crystal Structure

Atomic and Orbital Properties

Atomic Number
Number of Electrons (with no charge)
Number of Protons
Mass Number
Number of Neutrons
Shell structure (Electrons per energy level)
Electron Configuration
Valence Electrons
Oxidation State
Atomic Term Symbol (Quantum Numbers)
Shell structure
51
51
51
121.76
70.76
2, 8, 18, 18, 5
[Kr] 4d10 5s2 5p3
5s2 5p3
-3;-2;-1  1;2;3;4;5
4S3/2
antimony Shells
1
1
1
1.00794
0.0079400000000001
1
1s1
1s1
-1  1
2S1/2
hydrogen Shells

Isotopes - Nuclear Properties

Isotopes
Naturally occurring stable isotopes:
121Sb, 123Sb.
Naturally occurring stable isotopes:
1H, 2H.

Chemical Properties: Ionization Energies and electron affinity

5
2.05
103.2 kJ/mol
834, 1594.9, 2440, 4260, 5.4×103, 1.04×104 kJ/mol
1
2.2
72.8 kJ/mol
1312 kJ/mol

Physical Properties

6.697 g/cm3
18.18127519785

 

55 GPa
20 GPa
42 GPa
N/A


 

3 MPa
N/A
294 MPa

 

2.5×106 S/m
4×10-7 m Ω
N/A

 

24 W/(m K)
0.000011 K-1

 

Diamagnetic
N/A
-1.09×10-8
-1.327×10-9
-7.3e-05

 

N/A

 

3420 m/s
0.0899 g/l
11.211790878754

 

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A


 

N/A
N/A
N/A

 

N/A
N/A
N/A

 

0.1805 W/(m K)
N/A

 

Diamagnetic
N/A
-2.48×10-8
-4.999×10-11
-2.23×10-9

 

1.000132

 

1270 m/s

Thermal Properties - Enthalpies and thermodynamics

630.63 °C
1587 °C
N/A
N/A

 

19.7 kJ/mol
68 kJ/mol
{"N/A"} J/(kg K)
-259.14 °C
-252.87 °C
32.97 K
N/A

 

0.558 kJ/mol
0.452 kJ/mol
N/A

Regulatory and Health - Health and Safety Parameters and Guidelines

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N/ A
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N/A
N/A
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N/A
4
N/A
3
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535.5 °C
-18 °C