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Physical Properties *Osmium's phase is a solid. *Density is *Melting Point is 3306 K *Boiling Point is 5285 K * Liquid Density is 20
Crystalline Structure *Hexagonal shape is the crystalline structure.
General Information *The name, symbol, and number are osmium, Os, 76. *The element category is Transition metals. *The group, period, and block are 8, 6, d.
Atomic Properties *The Atomic radius is 130 pm. *The crystalline structure is hexagonal. *The Covalent radius is 128 pm.
Uses of Osmium *Fountain Pens. *Electrical Contacts
Uses Continued *Osmium is used in alloys, platinum, iridium, and other platinum group metals.
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