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Elements

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Hydrogen/H Gold/Au -Atomic weight: 169.96655
-Density: 19.3 g/cm³
-Melting: 1064.18 °C
-Boiling: 2856 °C
-Solid at room temperature
-Gold Is a great conductor
-It's also rust resistant
-Gold is used in computers for it's conductivity
-Gold is pretty, so people make it into jewelery Carbon/C -Atomic weight: 12.0107
-Density: 2.26 g/cm³
-Boiling: 3550 °C
-Melting: 4027 °C Lead/Pb Chlorine/Cl Atomic Weight: 207.2
Density:11.34 g/cm3
Melting:327.46 °C
Boiling:1749 °C
Solid at room temperature.
By myth it was thought that a "magic" stone could turn lead into gold. Iron/Fe Mercury/Hg -Atomic weight 200.59
-Density 13.534 g/cm³
-Melting point -38.83 °C
-Boiling point 356.73 °C -Thorium is the most radioactive
element and is very rare to be seen 100% pure when mined. Bromine/Br -Atomic weight 79.904
-Density 3.12 g/cm³
-Melting point -7.3 °C
-Boiling point 59 °C Copper/Cu -Atomic Weight 63.546
-Density 8.92g/cm³
-Melting Point 1084.62 °C
-Boiling Point 2927 °C Copper is very useful when making coins. It is also great for wires because its an amazing conductor of electricity. -Atomic Weight is 1.00794
-Density0.0899 g/l
-Melting point -259.14 °C
-Boiling point - 252.87 °C Hydrogen is a colorless gas, but when lots of hydrogen interacts with starlight in space, it will create an awesome sights to see. -If anything is forever then it would be diamond,
besides it getting too hot and turning Co2, one of it's gas forms.
-There are multiple versions of this element
-Its solid forms are coal and diamond.
-When you put enough pressure and heat on coal then you can create a diamond.
-Considering we are made of carbon you could technically become a diamond, given enough pressure. -Atomic weight 35.453
-Density 3.214 g/l
-Melting point -101.5 °C
-Boiling point -34.04 °C Chlorine is a pale yellow-green gas, it is used in swimming pools for its bacteria killing properties. When in gas state Bromine becomes a purple-brown color and is used in hot tubs. Mercury is a very poisonous element and it is found behind mirrors. It is also the core of the old thermometer. -Iron is not only found in the ground, but in our blood as well.
When oxidized is red.
Just about all the fruit/veggies that has some shade of red is likely to have iron. Thorium/Th Atomic Weight: 232.0318
Density:11.724 g/cm 3
Melting:1750 C
Boiling:4820 C
-Atomic Weight 39.0983
-Density 0.856 g/cm3-Melting Point 63.38 °C-Boiling Point 759 °C Potassium/k When Potassium is exposed to air it would turn black in seconds. Many foods cont ainPotassium but the most common is the banana. Imagine how bad Chernobyl (chair-noble) would have been if they used this instead of Uranium. Tin/Sn Plutonium/Pu -Atomic Weight 244
-Density 19.816 g/cm³
-Melting Point 640 °C
-Boiling Point 3230 °C Also it's a monkeys favorite element -Atomic weight 118.71
-Density 7.31 g/cm³
-Melting point 231.93 °C -Boiling point 2602 °C -This element is used to make some batteries ... hence why battery acid is so corrosive Uranium/U Atomic Weight:238.0289
Density:19.05 g/cm3
Melting:1135
Boiling:3927 This is why Chernobyl is how it is...
a radioactive death zone. It's the most devastating radiation catastrophe in history so far, they had bricks of graphite with the corners replaced with Uranium stacked upon each other, and because they didn't have a way to cool it down it lit up like a nuke. KABOOM!!! Sometimes a soldier would be made of pure tin but most are a mix of tin-lead. Disney made a part of the movie "Fantasia 2000" a video about a tin soldier. Sodium/Na Atomic Weight:22.989770
Density:0.968 g/cm 3
Melting:92.72 C
Boiling:883 C This element should sound familiar as it is half of sodium chloride salt,
but if you where to put it on the surface of water it would start a fire on the water it self Liquid at room temperature Gas at room temperature solid at room temperature solid at room temperature Gas at room temputure Solid at room temperature Solid a room temperature T H E E L E M E S Solid at room temperature Solid at room temperature. Solid at room temperature N T Solid at room temperature -Atomic weight 55.845
-Density 7.874 g/cm³
-Melting point 1538 °C
-Boiling point 2861 °C solid at room temperature Liquid at room temperature It's found all over earth Is found in the atmosphere and on the ocean floor
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