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Chemistry Project

Common Elements and Their Uses
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Bea Velasco

on 30 September 2012

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Common Elements & Their Uses CHEMISTRY Alkali Metals regulates the amount of fluid in the body
maintains cardiovascular function
used to manufacture hard soap
basic ingredient of glass
used in baking  absorbs other elements that we need to survive
 helps in fixation of nitrogen in Haber ammonia process
 aids in hydrogenation of fats and oils in liquid form
 used in cryogenics and in the study of superconductivity  used in breathing apparatus
 oxidizing agent
 used in liquid detergents and soap
 involved for the proper transmission of nerve impulse
 involved in metabolism of carbohydrates and proteins  used in photocells
 used in devices which convert light signals to electric signals Alkaline Earth Metals used to power cardiac pacemakers in the form lithium-iodine battery
used in the medication for bipolar  serves a catalyst in synthesis of proteins and in proper relaxation of muscles
 activates enzymes that speed up chemical reactions
 used to make aircraft, automobile wheels, tools and garden furniture
 used as an ingredient in toothpastes, mild laxative and antacid used to build and maintain teeth and bone
aids blood-clotting process
helps control muscle growth
used to treat arthritis used in making certain pigments

used in x-ray technology, fireworks, rubber and rat poison used to manufacture fireworks (sparkling red color)
used for traffic danger signals used in some radiation treatments for cancer used in combination with other metals to make alloys
used in fluorescent lights Boron Group used in making borax as cleaning agent
used in making heat-resistant glassware
used in solid fuels for rockets
used in insecticides
used as water softeners used in:
making borax as cleaning agent
making heat-resistant glassware
solid fuels for rockets
insecticides
used as: water softener used as semi-conducting material used in making low-melting alloys
used as photoconductors in optical devices Carbon Group major component of coal, petroleum and natural gas
used in diamonds used in making glasses
made into computer chips
used in medicine for silicon implants
ingredient in making integrated circuits used as semiconductor used in making cans used in plumbing and water pipes
used to manufacture lead storage batteries
used as paint
used in pencils Nitrogen Group used to manufacture compounds used in plant fertilizers
ingredient in detergents  used in production of matches and explosives Chalcogens respiration

steel making  used to manufacture fertilizers, insecticides ,rubber, lubricants, detergents, plastics and explosives Halogens  used as refrigerants in air conditioners and refrigerators
 used as lubricant used as disinfectant
used in manufacturing pesticides used in fire-retardants, pesticides and component of photographic film and dyes used in iodized salt
used as disinfectant, iodine tincture Noble Gases used in lighter-than-air crafts, balloons and airships
used as coldest refrigerant used in making glass lasers used in light bulbs radiation source in cancer therapy Transition Metals used in wirings, in making coins, as water purifier, and in jewelries used for dental alloys
used in:
cloud seeding to produce rain
jewelries
medicine due to its anti-microbial properties used in making jewelries, in cancer treatment
used in dentistry electronics used to form connective tissues
prevents rust
used in dry cell batteries used in currency, jewelry and in alloys as well Created by: Bea Selina Velasco
Kate Sarmiento
Camille Tres Reyes Submitted to: Jonathan Briones Sources:
Chemistry-Science Links
periodictable.com (photos)



10|01|2012 There are 118 elements in the Periodic Table of Elements. Some of these elements are very essential to our living. Let's find out some examples of these common elements and their uses. Enjoy,
Ge Ni U S! What is the Periodic Table of Elements?
The periodic table is a tabular display of the chemical elements, organized on the basis of their atomic numbers, electron configurations, and chemical properties.
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