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Sodium

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Evan Scully

on 22 January 2013

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Transcript of Sodium

(Na) Sodium Protons, Neutrons, &
Electrons There are 20 known isotopes of Sodium, 18Na to 37Na. Only 23Na is stable.
A common ion of Sodium is Na+1.This is a common ion because it has 1 electron in the outer shell and by getting rid of 1, it would have 8 in the outer shell. Common Ions and
Isotopes of Sodium Humphry Davy discovered sodium in the year 1807.
It is commonly found and mined in the Earth's crust. It can also be found on the sun. Who discovered it
and when Sodium is used as a drying agent. This means that if something is wet or not dry, you can put Sodium on it and most of the liquid would be pulled out. It is also used to "perfect" other alloys. Sodium's uses Sodium is a soft, silvery metal that can be easily cut with a knife. Sodium belongs to the Alkali Metal family, along with Lithium, Potassium, and Cesium. Texture and family of Sodium 16 Sodiums equal a Batman (NaNaNaNaNaNaNaNaNaNaNaNaNaNaNaNa)

Other interesting facts The atomic number of sodium is 11, which tells us that it has 11 protons (in the nucleus), and 11 electron (in electron clouds). The atomic mass of sodium is around 23, which means that it has 12 neutrons (in the nucleus).
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