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Sodium Presentation

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Eric Jennings

on 7 February 2013

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Discovery Basic Information SODIUM Properties Density: 0.97 g/mL

Boiling Point: 883 degrees Celsius

Melting/Freezing Point: 97.72 degrees Celsius

State of Matter (Room Temperature): Solid

Found in : The Earth's Crust, Minerals such as Rock Salt. (Not usually in pure form)

Radioactive: No Ways Sodium is Used As sodium does not occur in nature in a pure form, these are compounds. Interesting Characteristics Sodium is easily cut with a dull knife. by Eric Jennings Sodium Symbol: Na

Group: Alkali Metals

Atomic Number: 11

Atomic Mass: 22.99

Number of Protons: 11
Neutrons: 12
Electrons: 11
Valence Electrons: 1 Discovered by Sir Humphrey Davy 1807 In Table Salt

In Baking Soda

In Glass

In Paper Sodium is the 6th most abundant element in the Earth's crust (2.6%). Sodium's symbol, Na, comes from Natrium, the Latin word for sodium. (English Chemist and Inventor)
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