Elements used in radioactive dating
Each periodic table may use different group names and classify each element a little differently.
These properties may change if tin was heated to its melting point, where it would become a liquid, or if it was shown under a light with a color other than white.
Therefore, the most common isotope of boron has 6 neutrons.
Classification- The classification of any element relates to its properties.
Atomic masses used on this periodic table are from the IUPAC 1995 recommendations.
Melting Point- The melting point of any element is the temperature at which the element changes from a solid to a liquid or from a liquid to a solid. The melting point is provided in degrees Celsius, Fahrenheit, and Kelvin.