Oxidation States of Protactinium (Pa) [& Origin, Uses, Discovery ...

Atoms may form different ions and have different oxidation states, even Protactinium. Ok, so what are the common oxidation states for an atom of Pa?

Note: Learn more about the oxidation states here.

In the case of Protactinium the most common oxidation states is ( (5),4). There are also cool facts about Protactinium that most don't know about. Let me show you...

Protactinium Data

Protactinium Oxidation States

(5),4

Discovery

Discovered By: Fredrich Soddy, John Cranston, Otto Hahn, Lise Meitner
Year: 1917
Location: England/France

Sources

Does not occur in nature. Found among fission products of uranium, thorium, and plutonium.

Atomic Mass

231,03588

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Uses

It has no significant commercial applications.

Description

Very rare, silvery-white, extremely radioactive metal.

Atomic Symbol

Pa

Name Origin

Greek: proto and actinium (parent of actinium); it forms actinium when it radioactively decays.

Atomic Number

91

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State at 20 °C

solid

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