Heat of Vaporization of Niobium (Nb) + Description, Origin, Uses ... 2022

Liquids need some energy or heat to transform into a gas, even Niobium. Ok, so what is the heat of vaporization of an atom of Nb?

Note: Learn more about the heat of vaporization here.

In the case of Niobium heat of vaporization is 682.0 kJ/mol. Now let's check some facts about Niobium that people don't know about...

Niobium Data

Niobium Heat of Vaporization

682.0 kJ/mol


Shiny white, soft, ductile metal.


Used as an alloy with iron and nickel. It can be used in nuclear reactors and is known to be superconductive when alloyed with tin, aluminum or zirconium.

Atomic Mass


Learn more about the atomic mass.


Occurs in a mineral columbite. Formerly known as colombium (Cb). It is used in stainless steel alloys for nuclear reactors, jets and missiles.

State at 20 °C


Atomic Symbol


Name Origin

From Niobe; daughter of the mythical Greek king Tantalus.

Atomic Number


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Discovered By: Charles Hatchet
Year: 1801
Location: England

Want to learn more details and data about Niobium (Nb)? Check my Elements Comprehensive List.


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