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by Kevin
7 years ago
Interesting Facts About Copper (Cu)

Copper (Cu) is one of the many elements found in the periodic table, atomic number 29. Its atomic mass is 53.546 amu.

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by Kevin
7 years ago
Interesting Facts About Zinc (Zn)

Zinc is one of Earth's most abundant elements, and although you may not realize it, is an important part of our daily lives.

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by Kevin
7 years ago
Interesting Facts About Nickel (Ni)

The chemical element nickel (Ni) has the atomic number 28 and belongs to the category of transition metals, which are found between the group 2 metals and the group 13 non-metals on the periodic table.

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by Kevin
7 years ago
Interesting Facts About Cobalt (Co)

Cobalt (pronounced koh-bawlt), the 27th element in the periodic table, is "a silver-white metallic element with a faint pinkish tinge" and at room temperature is a solid with a close packed hexagonal structure.

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by Kevin
7 years ago
Interesting Facts About Iron (Fe)

Iron is the most common element on the planet Earth and humans have been manipulating it for various uses for almost 5,000 years. Iron in its most base form is softer than aluminum, but when it is smelted with carbon, it becomes a super strong element that is the foundation of modern society.

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by Kevin
7 years ago
Interesting Facts About Manganese (Mn)

Manganese is a hard metal that occurs in many different forms. The metal resembles iron in appearance, but is very brittle and easily oxidized. Manganese in dust form can be toxic if breathed into the system.

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by Kevin
7 years ago
Interesting Facts About Chromium (Cr)

Chromium (Cr), the 24th element on the periodic table, is a hard, shiny, grey metal. It is also highly resistant to corrosion, making it useful in many applications. Several countries produce chromite ore, although South Africa is the most prolific producer

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by Kevin
7 years ago
Interesting Facts About Vanadium (V)

Vanadium is an element. You can find it on the Periodic Table under 'V' which is its symbol. It can usually be found in solid form which is its normal phase.

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by Kevin
7 years ago
Interesting Facts About Titanium (Ti)

Titanium (Ti) is a chemical element, atomic number 22 on the periodic table, and has an atomic weight of 47.867. It is a silver metallic color and is known for its high strength to weight ratio.

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by Kevin
7 years ago
Interesting Facts About Scandium (Sc)

Scandium (Sc) was discovered in 1879 by Lars Nilson in Scandinavia, from which the element gets its name

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by Kevin
7 years ago
Interesting Facts About Calcium (Ca)

Calcium is a member of Group II A of the periodic table and is classified as an alkaline earth metal. According to numerous sources, calcium is the fifth most abundant element available on earth and is abundant in the Earth's crust.

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by Kevin
7 years ago
Interesting Facts About Potassium (K)

Potassium, while seldom encountered in its pure form, is one of the more common elements of the periodic table. Its symbol is K and its atomic number 19, meaning that the nucleus of a potassium atom contains 19 protons.

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by Kevin
7 years ago
Interesting Facts About Argon (Ar)

Argon is one of the many elements in the Periodic Table. Its normal phase is gas, and it is in the family of Noble Gases.

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by Kevin
7 years ago
Interesting Facts About Sulfur (S)

Sulfur, the non-metallic element represented by the letter S, is listed in the Periodic Table of Elements with an atomic number of 16.

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by Kevin
7 years ago
Interesting Facts About Silicon (Si)

Silicon is an element that is included on the periodic table of elements. Silicon is symbolized using the abbreviation Si.

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by Kevin
7 years ago
Interesting Facts About Aluminium (Al)

Aluminum is a strong but light metal. People use it for many manufacturing purposes. It is usually recognized by its shiny appearance. Here are thirteen interesting facts about this metal:

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by Kevin
7 years ago
Interesting Facts About Magnesium (Mg)

Magnesium (Mg) is the twelfth element in the periodic table and is classified as an alkaline earth metal. It is silvery-white and very lightweight. As a matter of fact, magnesium is even lighter than aluminum.

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