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A member of the zero valence elements, xenon is colorless and odorless. The element is found in gases evolved from thermal springs. The noble gas is chemically unreactive, but not completely inert.
|Property Name||Property Value||Property Name||Property Value|
|Atomic Code||(54Xe131.29)||Triple Point Pressure||0.81atm|
|CAS #||7440-63-3||Absolute Density, gas @ 1 atm/25°C||5.391kg/m3|
|Relative Density, gas @ 1 atm/25°C (air=1)||4.553|
|Specific Volume @ 21.1°C/1atm||180.0l/kg||Molar Specific Heat, gas @ 1 atm/25°C @ Constant pressure||21.012J/mol·K|
|Boiling Point, @ 1 atm||-108.0°C||Molar Specific Heat, gas @ 1 atm/25°C @ Constant volume||12.658J/mol·K|
|Critical Temperature||16.6°C||Viscosity, gas @ 1 atm/26.8°C||0.02324cP|
|Critical Pressure||0.9048l/kg||Thermal Conductivity, gas @ 1 atm/20°C||13.4x10-6cal/(s.m.°C)|
|Critical Volume||0.9048l/kg||First Ionization Potential||12.129eV|
|Critical Density||1.1052kg/l||Solubility in water @ 1 atm (partial pressure of Xe) @ 15.1°C||0.1236cm3/cm3|
|Triple Point Temperature||-111.9°C|