What is the heaviest metal on the periodic table?

Answer The heaviest metals on the periodic table by density (the mass per unit of volume) are osmium and iridium. The calculated density of iridium is 22.65 g per cubic centimeter and the calculated densi... Read More »

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Which element in the periodic table has the largest ionization energy and which has the smallest?

On average, moving along the periodic table left to right, ionization energy increases, while moving top to bottom it decreases. The element with the highest ionization energy, therefore, appears o... Read More »

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What periodic element has the highest density?

Osmium is the periodic element with the highest density. It is twice as dense as lead. Osmium as a metal is hard, brittle, and has a bluish-white luster. It can form very hard alloys with platinum,... Read More »

What is Ce on the periodic table?

Ce stands for cerium on the periodic table and has the atomic number 58. Cerium is an abundant earth metal and is one of the most reactive metals. It is silvery white and can polish glass surfaces.... Read More »