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by T_William_Cook
2 years ago
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Selenium and Tellurium: The Stinkers of the Periodic Table

Hold your nose as we dig deep into Oxygen's family background.

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by Lee Seville
3 years ago
Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Prevention

Carbon Monoxide is a toxic gas fume that is odorless, colorless, and tasteless. If undetected, it can make people and pets very sick and even cause death. By following some easy prevention and detection tips, you can keep your loved ones safe and healthy

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by mariuski
3 years ago
Different Types of Glass for Every Application

Glass is a very versatile material that has been used since ancient times. Depending on the application, different types of glass are produced and used.

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by mariuski
3 years ago
The History of Soap

The history of soap: that everyday bar that we use to clean ourselves, and that has changed our health standards to make us less prone to infections.

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by smcopywrite
3 years ago
Some Amazing Facts About Toothpaste

A number of drugs are tested by the FDA each year and their side effects are discovered as not actually detrimental, but beneficial to us. The same can be said of other items sold in the marketplace like toothpaste. There are an enormous amount of side effects or other ways to use toothpaste which are beneficial to us.

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by circusmama
4 years ago
What is the Lava in a Lava Lamp?

Have you ever wondered what that goop was in your lava lamp? Well, wonder no more! There actually is a very simple scientific explanation to what makes the lava in a lava lamp, and it isn't related to volcanoes.

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by egdcltd
4 years ago
What is Phosphorescence?

Luminescence occurs when a substance emits light for any reason other than those related to a rise in temperature. For example, if wood is set on fire, it emits light, but this is caused by the process of combustion rather than being caused by luminescence.

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by Neal_Litherland
5 years ago
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How You Can (Accidentally) Make Chlorine Gas at Home

Chlorine gas is an extremely toxic substance that was first weaponized in the first World War, and it's still in use today. However, a slip up cleaning your tub can lead you to creating your own chemical weapon in your home; which you should be prepared to avoid at all costs.

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by Kevin
5 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
5 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
5 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
5 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
5 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
5 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
5 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
5 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
5 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
5 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
5 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
5 years ago
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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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