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Indium

Description & History
in·di·um (1864):
a malleable fusible silvery metallic element that is chiefly trivalent, occurs especially in sphalerite ores, and is used as a plating for bearings, in alloys having a low melting point, and in the making of transistors
Element

SymbolIn
Z 49
Atomic Weight 114.82
Density 7.28000021
Edge Energies
(keV)
K 27.9400005
L1 4.23799992
L2 3.93799996
L3 3.73000002
M 0.824999988
K-alpha 24.2070007
K-beta 27.2740002
L-alpha 3.28699994
L-beta 3.48699999
Edge jumps

K 6.25645876
L1 1.15926898
L2 1.40999997
L3 3.25500011
Fluorescence
yield
K 0.852999985
L1 0.0199999996
L2 0.824999988
L3 24.2070007

Alphabetical List of Elements

  Actinium(Ac) Europium(Eu) Neodymium(Nd) Silicon(Si)
  Aluminum(Al) Fermium(Fm) Neon(Ne) Silver(Ag)
  Americium(Am) Fluorine(F) Neptunium(Np) Sodium(Na)
  Antimony(Sb) Francium(Fr) Nickel(Ni) Strontium(Sr)
  Argon(Ar) Gadolinium(Gd) Niobium(Nb) Sulfur(S)
  Arsenic(As) Gallium(Ga) Nitrogen(N) Tantalum(Ta)
  Astatine(At) Germanium(Ge) Nobelium(No) Technetium(Tc)
  Barium(Ba) Gold(Au) Osmium(Os) Tellurium(Te)
  Berkelium(Bk) Hafnium(Hf) Oxygen(O) Terbium(Tb)
  Beryllium(Be) Hassium(Hs) Palladium(Pd) Thallium(Tl)
  Bismuth(Bi) Helium(He) Phosphorus(P) Thorium(Th)
  Bohrium(Bh) Holmium(Ho) Platinum(Pt) Thulium(Tm)
  Boron(B) Hydrogen(H) Plutonium(Pu) Tin(Sn)
  Bromine(Br) Indium(In) Polonium(Po) Titanium(Ti)
  Cadmium(Cd) Iodine(I) Potassium(K) Tungsten(W)
  Calcium(Ca) Iridium(Ir) Praseodymium(Pr) Ununbium(Uub)
  Californium(Cf) Iron(Fe) Promethium(Pm) Ununhexium(Uuh)
  Carbon(C) Krypton(Kr) Protactinium(Pa) Ununnilium(Uun)
  Cerium(Ce) Lanthanum(La) Radium(Ra) Ununoctium(Uuo)
  Cesium(Cs) Lawrencium(Lr) Radon(Rn) Ununquadium(Uuq)
  Chlorine(Cl) Lead(Pb) Rhenium(Re) Unununium(Uuu)
  Chromium(Cr) Lithium(Li) Rhodium(Rh) Uranium(U)
  Cobalt(Co) Lutetium(Lu) Rubidium(Rb) Vanadium(V)
  Copper(Cu) Magnesium(Mg) Ruthenium(Ru) Xenon(Xe)
  Curium(Cm) Manganese(Mn) Rutherfordium(Rf) Ytterbium(Yb)
  Dubnium(Db) Meitnerium(Mt) Samarium(Sm) Yttrium(Y)
  Dysprosium(Dy) Mendelevium(Md) Scandium(Sc) Zinc(Zn)
  Einsteinium(Es) Mercury(Hg) Seaborgium(Sg) Zirconium(Zr)
  Erbium(Er) Molybdenum(Mo) Selenium(Se)


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