Thallium

Back to Pure Elements & Compounds

Description

Thallium is a soft, silvery-white metal, which tarnishes readily in moist air and reacts with steam to form TlOH. It is attacked by acids, rapidly so by HNI3. Thallium is little used because of its toxicity, but is still employed in special types of glass.

Atomic number 81
Density in g/cm³ 11.85
Atomic radius in pm 190
Atomic weight in u 204.38
Melting point in °C 303.10
Boiling point in °C 1457

NameDimensionsPurityQuantityArticle NumberAdd to quotehf:categories
Thallium granules, under water99.9%25g009447-1granules-pellets-pieces-thallium thallium
Thallium granules, under water99.9%100g009447-2granules-pellets-pieces-thallium thallium
Thallium rod, under water99.999%250mmMTL001rods-wires-thallium thallium
Thallium rod, under water99.999%150mm903251rods-wires-thallium thallium
Thallium rod, under water99.999%250mm009449rods-wires-thallium thallium
Thallium(I) acetate99.99%25g007419compounds-thallium thallium
Thallium(I) bromide25g007421compounds-thallium thallium
Thallium(I) bromide99.999%25g007423compounds-thallium thallium
Thallium(I) bromide99.999%25g007423powder-thallium thallium
Thallium(I) carbonate99.9%50g007424compounds-thallium thallium
Thallium(I) carbonate99.99%25g007425compounds-thallium thallium
Thallium(I) chloride99.99%25g007427-1compounds-thallium thallium
Thallium(I) chloride99.99%100g007427-2compounds-thallium thallium
Thallium(I) iodide99.99%50g007434compounds-thallium thallium
Thallium(I) iodide powder99.999%25g007435compounds-thallium thallium
Thallium(I) iodide powder99.999%25g007435powder-thallium thallium
Thallium(I) nitrate99.999%10g007439compounds-thallium thallium
Thallium(I) sulfate99.99+%25g007445compounds-thallium thallium
Thallium(III) chloride hydrate25g007429compounds-thallium thallium
Thallium(III) trifluoroacetate/ tech.10g007448compounds-thallium thallium