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Nickel

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Giuliana Tosi

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Transcript of Nickel

Nickel
How Nickel is Used as a Compound
Nickel is a compound that occurs in the environment but only at very low levels. We use Nickel for many different reasons. The most common use of Nickel is for steel and other metal products. It can be found in common products such as, jewelry.
References
http://education.jlab.org/itselemental/ele028.html
http://www.chemicalelements.com/elements/ni.html
Pages 55, 56, and 57 in my Lab Book
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Physical Properties
Density: 8.902g/cm3
Boiling Point: 2,732 C
Melting Point: 1453 C
State of Matter: Solid
Appearance: Silvery-White
Interesting Facts!
Nickel gets its name from the old German name "Kupfernickel."
Nickel is rarely found as a pure metal but is found in chemical compounds and minerals called ores.
Nickel is the fifth most common element after iron, oxygen, silicon and magnesium.
More Interesting Facts!
In the U.S. at least 10% of the female population and at least 1% of the male population suffer from nickel allergy today. One easy way of getting nickel allergy is by a simple ear, eyebrow, lip, or bellybutton piercing. This is because they use a cheap jewelery made with nickel alloys, then causing infections around the piercing. Another way of getting it is by an object we use every day, our cell phones. A recent study from Stony Brook University showed us that cell phones in particular could be causing symptoms of nickel allergy because of the great amount of nickel in it. WOW I bet you didn't know that!
Characteristics of Nickel
Group Name: Transition Metal
Valence Electrons: 2
Chemical Properties: Good conductor heat and electricity
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