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Silicone and Colbalt

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Brady Menapace

on 17 December 2014

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Silicone and Cobalt
By Brady
Silicon was discovered in the year of 1823.
Jöns Jacob Berzelius discovered it.
Atomic Number: 14
Atomic Mass: 28.086
Boiling Point: 2355.0 C
Melting Point: 1410.0 C
2.329 Grams Per Cubic Centimeter
At Room Temperature: Solid
Protons: 14
Neutrons: 14
Electrons: 14
Silicon,
Si
Metalloid
Date of discovery: 1739
Discovered By: Georg Brandt
Proton Number: 27
Neutron Number: 32
Electron Number: 27
Atomic Number: 27
Atomic Mass: 8.9332
Boiling Point: 2870.0 C
Melting Point: 1495.0 C
Density: 8.9 Grams
Cobalt Co
Metal
The End!
Silicon
Uses
Computers and electronics

Automobiles

Textiles

Household Products

Personal Care
Healthcare

Construction and Architecture

Paper

Areospace

Manufacturing

Food and Related
Industries
Cobalt
Cobalt's Uses
Jet Engines
Magnetic Coatings
Magnets
Cutting Tools
Ceramics
Special Glasses
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