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Wprowadzenie

Liczba Atomowa: 11
Grupa: 1 or I A
Względna Masa Atomowa: 22.98977
Okresu: 3
Numer CAS: 7440-23-5

Klasyfikacja

Metale
Niemetale
Półmetale
Metale Alkaliczne
Berylowce
Metale Przejściowe
Tlenowce
Fluorowce
Gazy szlachetne
Lantanowce
Aktynowce
Metale Ziem Rzadkich

Transuranowce
Brak Stabilne Izotopy
Ciało Stałe
Ciecz
Gaz
Ciało Stałe (Przewidywana)

Opis

Long recognized in compounds, sodium was first isolated by Davy in 1807 by electrolysis of caustic soda. Sodium is present in fair abundance in the sun and stars. The D lines of sodium are among the most prominent in the solar spectrum. Sodium is the sixth most abundant element on earth, comprising about 2.6% of the earth’s crust; it is the most abundant of the alkali group of metals of which it is a member. The most common compound is sodium chloride, but it occurs in many other minerals, such as soda niter, cryolite, amphibole, zeolite, sodalite,etc. It is a very reactive element and is never found free in nature. It is now obtained commercially by the electrolysis of absolutely dry fused sodium chloride. This method is much cheaper than that of electrolyzing sodium hydroxide, as was used several years ago. Sodium is a soft, bright, silvery metal which floats on water, decomposing it with the evolution of hydrogen and the formation of the hydroxide. It may or may not ignite spontaneously on water, depending on the amount of oxide and metal exposed to the water. It normally does not ignite in air at temperatures below 115°C. Sodium should be handled with respect, as it can be dangerous when improperly handled. Metallic sodium is vital in the manufacture of sodamide and esters, and in the preparation of organic compounds. The metal may be used to improve the structure of certain alloys, to descale metal, to purify molten metals, and as a heat transfer agent. An alloy of sodium with potassium, NaK, is also an important heat transfer agent. Sodium compounds are important to the paper, glass, soap, textile, petroleum, chemical, and metal industries. Soap is generally a sodium salt of certain fatty acids. The importance of common salt to animal nutrition has been recognized since prehistoric times. Among the many compounds that are of the greatest industrial importance are common salt (NaCl), soda ash (Na2CO3), baking soda (NaHCO3), caustic soda (NaOH), Chile saltpeter (NaNO3), di- and tri-sodium phosphates, sodium thiosulfate (hypo, Na2S2O3 · 5H2O), and borax (Na2B4O7 · 10H2O). Seventeen isotopes of sodium are recognized. Metallic sodium is priced at about $250/kg (99.95%). On a volume basis, it is the cheapest of all metals. Sodium metal should be handled with great care. It should be kept in an inert atmosphere and contact with water and other substances with which sodium reacts should be avoided. 1

Używa/Funkcja

•is still important in the manufacture of many chemicals, including pharmaceuticals and dyes such as indigo." 2
•Sodium is used in making sodium peroxide, sodium cyanide, and in the manufacture of many complex compounds used as drugs and dyes. Its activity makes it valuable for the study of typical chemical actions. The alloy of sodium with mercury (sodium amalgam) is an important reducing agent. A sodium-lead alloy is used in making ethyl gasoline. Another use for sodium is in sodium vapor lamps used to light our highways with the bright yellow light which is characteristic of sodium. The sodium is vaporized and heated to incandescence by the electric current." 3
•The metal itself is used as a reducing agent in the manufacture of drugs and dyes and in the metallurgy of such metals as titanium and zirconium...Highway lamps often incorporate Na arcs, which produce a bright yellow glow." 4
Sodium chloride, from which sodium is extracted by electrolysis, can be obtained in a fairly pure form by the evaporation of seawater in large ponds." 5

Właściwości Fizyczne

Temperatura Topnienia:6*  97.80 °C = 370.95 K = 208.04 °F
Temperatura Wrzenia:6* 883 °C = 1156.15 K = 1621.4 °F
:6 
Punkt Potrójny:6 
Punkt Krytyczny:6 2300 °C = 2573.15 K = 4172 °F 6
Gęstość:7  0.97 g/cm3

* - at 1 atm

Konfiguracja Elektronowa

Konfiguracja Elektronowa: [Ne] 3s1
: s
: 3
Elektron Walencyjny: 1

Liczby Kwantowe:

n = 3
ℓ = 0
m = 0
ms = +˝

Wiązania Chemiczne

Elektroujemnoś (Skala Paulinga):8 0.93
Electropositivity (Skala Paulinga): 3.07
Powinowactwo Elektronowe:9 0.547926 eV
Stopień Utlenienia: +1
Praca Wyjscia:10 2.70 eV = 4.3254E-19 J

Potencjał Jonizacyjny   eV 11  kJ/mol  
1 5.13908    495.8
2 47.2864    4562.4
3 71.62    6910.3
Potencjał Jonizacyjny   eV 11  kJ/mol  
3 71.62    6910.3
4 98.91    9543.4
5 138.4    13353.6
6 172.18    16612.8
7 208.5    20117.2
Potencjał Jonizacyjny   eV 11  kJ/mol  
8 264.25    25496.2
9 299.864    28932.5
10 1465.121    141362.7
11 1648.702    159075.5

Termochemia

Pojemnosc Cieplna: 1.228 J/g°C 12 = 28.231 J/mol°C = 0.293 cal/g°C = 6.747 cal/mol°C
: 141 (W/m)/K, 27şC 13
Ciepło Topnienia: 2.598 kJ/mol 14 = 113.0 J/g
: 96.96 kJ/mol 15 = 4217.5 J/g
Standardowa Entalpia Tworzenia Związku Chemicznego (ΔHf°)16  (S°)16 Energią swobodną Gibbsa (ΔGf°)16
(kcal/mol) (kJ/mol) (cal/K) (J/K) (kcal/mol) (kJ/mol)
(s) 0 0 12.30 51.4632 0 0
(ℓ) 0.575 2.4058 13.83 57.86472 0.119 0.497896
(g) 25.75 107.738 36.71 153.59464 18.48 77.32032

Izotopy

Nuklid  17 Czas Połowicznego Rozpadu 17 Spin 17 Energia Wiązania
18Na 18.02597(5) 1.3(4)E-21 s (1-)# 109.78 MeV
19Na 19.013877(13) <40 ns (5/2+)# 129.04 MeV
20Na 20.007351(7) 447.9(23) ms 2+ 142.71 MeV
21Na 20.9976552(8) 22.49(4) s 3/2+ 160.11 MeV
22Na 21.9944364(4) 2.6027(10) yr 3+ 170.98 MeV
23Na 22.9897692809(29) Trwałe 3/2+ 183.72 MeV
24Na 23.99096278(8) 14.9590(12) h 4+ 190.86 MeV
25Na 24.9899540(13) 59.1(6) s 5/2+ 199.87 MeV
26Na 25.992633(6) 1.077(5) s 3+ 205.16 MeV
27Na 26.994077(4) 301(6) ms 5/2+ 211.37 MeV
28Na 27.998938(14) 30.5(4) ms 1+ 215.72 MeV
29Na 29.002861(14) 44.9(12) ms 3/2(+#) 220.08 MeV
30Na 30.008976(27) 48.4(17) ms 2+ 222.57 MeV
31Na 31.01359(23) 17.0(4) ms (3/2+) 225.99 MeV
32Na 32.02047(38) 12.9(7) ms (3-,4-) 227.54 MeV
33Na 33.02672(94) 8.2(2) ms 3/2+# 230.03 MeV
34Na 34.03517(96)# 5.5(10) ms 1+ 229.73 MeV
35Na 35.04249(102)# 1.5(5) ms 3/2+# 231.28 MeV
36Na 36.05148(102)# <260 ns 230.98 MeV
37Na 37.05934(103)# 1# ms [>1.5 µs] 3/2+# 231.60 MeV
Wartości oznaczone # nie są czysto pochodzą z danych doświadczalnych, ale przynajmniej częściowo z systematycznych trendów. Obrotów dla słabych argumentów przypisania są w nawiasach. 17

Reakcje

Abundancja

Ziemia - : halide salts or brines 21
Ziemia - Woda morska: 10800 mg/L 22
Ziemia -  Skorupa Ziemska:  0.000236 mg/kg = 0.0000000236% 22
Ziemia -  :  0.8% 23
Ziemia -  Litosfera:  2.27% 24
Ziemia -  Hydrosfera:  1.1% 24
Ziemia -  Lączny:  1250 ppm 25
 -  Lączny:  200 ppm 25
Wenus -  Lączny:  1390 ppm 25
Chondryty - Lączny: 4.6×104 (relative to 106 atoms of Si) 26
Ciało Ludzkie - Lączny: 0.14% 27

Związki

sodium 1-heptyl sulfate
sodium 1-propene-3-sulfonate
sodium 1-undecanesulfonate; 1-hendecanesulfonic acid sodium salt;
sodium 2,1-diazonaphthol-5-sulfonate hydrate
sodium 2-ethylhexyl sulfate
sodium 2-mercaptobenzothiazole
sodium abietate
sodium acetate trihydrate
sodium acetate; sodium ethanoate;
sodium acrylate
sodium acrylate-acrylamide copolymer
sodium adipate
sodium alginate
sodium aluminate; sodium aluminium oxide;
sodium aluminium hydride
sodium aluminosilicate
sodium amide
sodium ammonium phosphate
sodium antimonate
sodium antimonide
sodium arsenate dodecahydrate
sodium arsenate heptahydrate
sodium arsenite
sodium ascorbate
sodium aurothiomalate
sodium azide
sodium benzoate; benzoate of soda;
sodium benzosulfonate
sodium bicarbonate
sodium bifluoride
sodium biphenyl reagent
sodium bismuthate
sodium bisulfate monohydrate; sodium hydrogen sulfate monohydrate;
sodium bisulfate(sodium hydrogen sulfate)
sodium bisulfide
sodium bisulfite
sodium bitartrate monohydrate
sodium borofluoride
sodium borohydride
sodium borosilicate
sodium bromate
sodium bromide
sodium butyrate
sodium caproamphoacetate
sodium caprylate
sodium carbonate
sodium carbonate monohydrate
sodium chlorate
sodium chloride
sodium chlorite
sodium chromate
sodium chromate tetrahydrate
sodium citrate
sodium citrate dihydrate
sodium citrate pentahydrate
sodium cobaltinitrite; sodium hexanitritocobaltate (III);
sodium cocoyl isethionate
sodium cyanate
sodium cyanide
sodium cyanoborohydride
sodium decylbenzenesulfonate
sodium dehydroacetate
sodium desoxycholate
sodium deuteroxide solution
sodium diacetate
sodium dichloroisocyanurate dihydrate
sodium dichloroisocyanurate; sodium 3,5-dichloro-2,4,6-trioxo-1,3,5-triazinan-1-ide*;
sodium dichromate
sodium dichromate dihydrate
sodium diethylbarbiturate
sodium diethyldithiocarbamate
sodium diethyldithiocarbamate trihydrate
sodium dihydrogen phosphate dihydrate
sodium dimethylarsinate
sodium dimethyldithiocarbamate
sodium dimethylglyoximate octahydrate
sodium dinitro-o-cresolate
sodium diphenylamine-4-sulphonate
sodium dithionate
sodium dithionite
sodium dodecylbenzene sulfonate
sodium ethenesulfonate
sodium ethoxide
sodium ferricyanide
sodium ferrocyanide
sodium fluoride
sodium fluoroacetate
sodium fluorophosphate; sodium monofluorophosphate;
sodium fluorosilicate
sodium formaldehydesulfoxylate; rongalite; sodium formaldehydesulfoxylate
sodium formate
sodium gluconate
sodium glutamate
sodium glycerophosphate
sodium glycinate
sodium hexacyanoferrate(II) 10-hydrate
sodium hexafluoroaluminate
sodium hexafluoroarsenate(V)
sodium hexafluorophosphate
sodium hexametaphosphate
sodium hydride
sodium hydromethylglycinate
sodium hydrosulfide hydrate
sodium hydroxide
sodium hypochlorite
sodium hypophosphite
sodium hypophosphite monohydrate
sodium iodate
sodium iodide
sodium iodide dihydrate
sodium lactate
sodium lauryl ether sulfate
sodium lauryl sulfate(sodium dodecyl sulfate)
sodium maleate hydrate
sodium malonate
sodium metabisulfite
sodium metaborate hydrate
sodium metaperiodate; sodium periodate;
sodium metasilicate nonahydrate
sodium metatitanate
sodium metavanadate
sodium methoxide; sodium methylate;
sodium methylene naphthalene sulfonate
sodium molybdate
sodium molybdate dihydrate*
sodium monochloroacetate
sodium monoxide
sodium naphthalene-2-sulfonate
sodium naphthalenesulfonate
sodium n-decyl sulfate
sodium n-hexadecyl sulphate
sodium niobate
sodium nitrate
sodium nitrilotriacetate
sodium nitrite
sodium nitroferricyanide dihydrate
sodium n-nonyl sulfate
sodium n-octyl sulphate
sodium n-tetradecyl sulphate
sodium oleate
sodium orthosilicate
sodium oxalate
sodium oxide
sodium p-aminosalicylate
sodium pentachlorophenate
sodium perborate tetrahydrate
sodium perchlorate
sodium permanganate
sodium peroxide
sodium perrhenate
sodium persulfate
sodium phenolate
sodium phenylacetate
sodium phosphate
sodium phosphate dibasic dihydrate
sodium phosphate dibasic(sodium hydrogen phosphate)
sodium phosphate dodecahydrate; trisodium phosphate dodecahydrate;
sodium phosphite dibasic pentahydrate
sodium POE(10) lauryl ether phosphate
sodium polyacrylate
sodium polymethacrylate
sodium polyphosphate
sodium propionate
sodium p-styrenesulfonate
sodium pyrophosphate
sodium ricinoleate
sodium salicylate
sodium selenate
sodium selenide
sodium selenite
sodium selenite pentahydrate
sodium silicate
sodium silicate
sodium silicoaluminate
sodium stannate
sodium stannate trihydrate
sodium stearate
sodium succinate
sodium sulfate
sodium sulfate decahydrate
sodium sulfide
sodium sulfide nonahydrate
sodium sulfide pentahydrate
sodium sulfite
sodium superoxide
sodium tartrate dihydrate
sodium tartrate; 2.3-dihydroxy sodium succinate;
sodium telluride
sodium tellurite
sodium tetraborate decahydrate(Borax)
sodium tetracholoraluminate
sodium tetrafluoroaluminate
sodium tetraphenylborate
sodium thioantimonide
sodium thiocyanate; sodium rhodanide; sodium sulfocyanate
sodium thiosulfate
sodium thiosulfate pentahydrate
sodium tosylate
sodium tripolyphosphate
sodium tungstate
sodium tungstate dihydrate
sodium vanadate
sodium xylenesulfonate
sodium-mercury amalgam


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Języki

Afrikaans:   Natrium
Albanski:   Natrium
Ormiański:   Նատրիում
Arabski:   صوديوم
Arumuński:   Natriumu
Baskijski:   Sodioa
:   Natrij
:   Sodiom or Natriom
Bułgarski:   Натрий
Białoruski:   Натрый
:   Sodi
Chiński:   钠
Kornijski:   Sodyum
Chorwacki:   Natrij
:   Sodík
Duński:   Natrium
Niderlandzki:   Natrium
Esperanto:   Natrio
Estoński:   Naatrium
Farerski:   Natrium
Fiński:   Natrium
:   Sodium
: Sodi
:   Natrium
Galicyjski:   Sodio
:   ნატრიუმი
:   Natrium
Grecki:   Νατριο
Hebrajski:   נתרן
Węgierski:   Nátrium
:   Natur or Natrín
:   Sóidiam
:   Sodio
:   ナトリウム
Kaszubski:   Natrijô
:   Натрий
Koreański:   나트륨, 소듐
Łotewski:   Natrijs
:   Natris
:   Natrium
Macedoński:   Натриум
:   Natrium
Maltański:   Sodjum
Manx:   Sodjum
:   Натри
Mongolski:   Натри
:   Natrium
Oksytański:   Sňdi
:   Натрий
Polski:   Sód
Portugalski:   Sódio
Rosyjski:   Натрий
Gaelicki Szkocki:   Sňidiam
:   Натриjум
Słowacki:   Sodík
Hiszpański:   Sodio
Jaćwiński:   Natrijan
Suahili:   Natiri
Szwedzki:   Natrium
:   Natri'
:   โซเดียม
:   Sodyum
Ukraiński:   Натрій
Uzbecki:   Натрий
Wietnamski:   Natri
Walijski:   Sodiwm

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