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Fluoride

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Joey Phil

on 5 April 2010

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Transcript of Fluoride

Fluoride
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Presented by:
Nuria Fresno
Joey Phillips
The definition of the Element Fluoride is. . .

A pale-yellow, highly corrosive, poisonous, gaseous halogen element, the most electronegative and most reactive of all the elements, used in a wide variety of industrially important compounds.
When do you use Fluoride?
Water
Toothpaste
Some fish
Soil
Vegetables
Interesting Facts
Atomic number:9
Atomic weight:18.9984032
Phase at Room Temperature:Gas
Fluoride comes from the Latin and French words flow,fluere
Discovered by Joseph Henri Moissan
Chemical symbol for Fluoride is: F
Date of Discovery: 1886
What does Fluoride do?
Dental Heath, Biochemistry
Fluoride strengthens tooth enamal
Images of Fluoride
1.
Parts of the Atom
Fluoride has 10 neutrons
Fluoride has 9 electrons and protons
THANKS FOR WATCHING!!!
Minerals
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