Rhenium Re

Rhenium is the last stable element to be discovered in the periodic table. However, its existence was postulated more than 50 years earlier by Dimitri Mendeleev. The wide range and color of its connections make it a ?chameleon among the elements? and it also offers exciting application possibilities. To the article about rhenium on the Fascination Chemistry website.

Manganese group

The 7th group of the periodic table contains the elements manganese, technetium, rhenium and the artificially produced element Bohrium (named after the physicist Niels Bohr). The group is also known as the manganese group after its first member. All elements are metals that occur in the oxidation states +2, +3, +4, +6 and +7.

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to our brochure Chemistry of the Elements

published June 2019 with articles on 43 elements (7 MB, 160 pages)

Photo: Alchemist-hp (talk) (www.pse-mendelejew.de) - Rhenium single crystal, electron- melted bars and cubes of 1 cm³. FAL,

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