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Periodic Table of Elements

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Kamar Gibson

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Elements 1 1.0079
H
hydrogen by Kamar Gibson The Periodic Table of Elements Uses: lifting agent and fuel 2 4.0026
He
helium 17 35.453
Cl
chlorine 10 20.18
Ne
neon 18 39.948
Ar
argon Protons=2
Neutrons=2
Electrons=2
Density=0.0001785 g/cc
State of Matter=gas 9 18.998
F
fluorine 3 6.941
Li
lithium 4 9.0122
Be
beryllium 5 10.811
B
boron 6 12.011
C
carbon 7 14.007
N
nitrogen 8 15.999
O
oxygen 11 22.99
Na
sodium 12 24.305
Mg
magnesium 13 26.982
Al
aluminum 14 28.086
Si
silicon 15 30.974
P
phosphorus 16 32.065
S
sulphur Periodic Table of Elements Protons=1
Neutrons=1
Electrons=1
Density=0.00008988 g/cc
State of Matter=gas Protons=3
Neutrons=4
Electrons=3
Density= 0.534g/cc
State of Matter=solid Protons=4
Neutrons=5
Electrons=4 Protons=5
Neutrons=6
Electrons=5
Density=1.85g/cc
State of Matter=solid State of Matter=solid
Density=1.85 g/cc Protons=6
Neutrons=6
Electrons=6
Density=2.267 g/cc
State of Matter=solid Protons=7
Neutrons=7
Electrons=7
Density=0.0012506
State of Matter=gas Uses:medically for skin cancers. Factoid: Nitrous oxide is laughing gas. Websites Used: http://www.webelements.com/

http://quizlet.com/4207192/the-first-four-rows-of-the-periodic-table-of-elements-flash-cards/

http://education.jlab.org/itselemental/ele018.html Protons=8
Neutrons=8
Electrons=8
Density= 0.001429 g/cc
State of Matter=gas Protons=9
Neutrons=10
Electrons=9
Density=0.001696 g/cc
State of Matter=gas Protons=10
Neutrons=10
Electrons=10
Density=0.0008999 g/cc
State of Matter=gas Protons=11
Neutrons=12
Electrons=11
Density=0.97 g/cc
State of Matter=solid Protons=12
Neutrons=12
Electrons=12
Density= 1.74 g/cc
State of Matter=solid Protons=13
Neutrons=14
Electrons=12
Density=2.7 g/cc
State of Matter=solid Protons=14
Neutrons=14
Electrons=14
Density=2.3296 g/cc
State of Matter=solid Protons=15
Neutrons=16
Electrons=15
Density=1.82 g/cc
State of Matter=solid Protons=16
Neutrons=16
Electrons=16
Density=2.067 g/cc
State of Matter=solid Protons=17
Neutrons=18
Electrons=17
Density=3.213kg/cubic meter
State of Matter=gas Protons=18
Neutrons=22
Electrons=18
Density=0.0017837g/cc
State of Matter=gas Factoid: Hydrogen powers AC Transit! Uses: superconducting magnets and inflating air ships Factoid: Powers NASA's shuttles into space! Uses: fills incandescent and florescent light bulbs Factoid: Third most abundant gas! Uses: makes windows for X-ray tubes and a moderator in nuclear reactions Factoid: Has a sugary taste, but is poisonous. Uses: produces green colors in pyrotechnics and flares Factoid: Boron filaments are used in the aerospace industry because of their high-strength and lightweight. Uses: make inks, paints, rubber products, and used as a lubricant Factoid: Carbon is the sixth most abundant element in the universe. Uses: used to kill bacteria that causes gangrene Factoid: Oxygen is the third most abundant element in the universe. Uses: help prevent tooth decay Factoid: Fuorine is the most reactive of all elements and no chemical substance is capable of freeing fluorine from any of its compounds. Uses: advertising signs and Factoid: Neon is the fourth most abundant element in the universe Uses: used in the production of titanium, sodamide, sodium cyanide, sodium peroxide, and sodium hydride Factoid:can ignite on contact with water Uses: used in pyrotechnics, flares and photographic flashbulbs Factoid: It is the eighth most abundant element in the universe and the seventh most abundant element in the earth's crust. Uses: aluminum is used in a wide variety of products: cans, foils and kitchen utensils, as well as parts of airplanes, rockets and other items that require a strong, light material Factoid: Aluminum is the most abundant metal in the earth's crust. Uses: an abrasive, produces soaps, adhesive, and as an egg preservative Factoid: Silicon is the seventh most abundant element in the universe and the second most abundant element in the earth's crust. Uses: saftey matches, fireworks, smoke bombs, and pesticides Factoid: In what is perhaps the most disgusting method of discovering an element, phosphorus was first isolated in 1669 by Hennig Brand, a German physician and alchemist, by boiling, filtering and otherwise processing as many as 60 buckets of urine. Uses: used in the manufacture of sulfuric acid Factoid: Sulfur is the tenth most abundant element in the universe. Uses: as an antiseptic, to make drinking water safe,and to treat swimming pools Factoid: Chlorine combines directly with nearly every element. Uses: form inert atmospheres for arc welding, growing semiconductor crystals and processes that require shielding from other atmospheric gases Factoid: Argon makes up 0.93% of the earth's atmosphere, making it the third most abundant gas. http://wanttoknowit.com/uses-of-oxygen/

http://www.blm.gov/nm/st/en/prog/energy/helium/helium_facts.html

http://www.school-for-champions.com/chemistry/hydrogen_uses.htm

http://www.cl2.com/index.php/stewardship/about-chlorine/chemical-properties

http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Main_Page
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