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Chemistry Elements. Created by: Nathan Smith. Krypton. Symbol: Kr Atomic Number: 36 Atomic Mass: 83.80 Type: Noble Gas Density: 3.74 g/cm Date Discovered: 1898 Uses: Lighting Required For Life: No Model: . Silver. Symbol: Ag Atomic Number: 47 Atomic Mass: 107.870

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chemistry elements

Chemistry Elements

Created by: Nathan Smith

krypton
Krypton
  • Symbol: Kr
  • Atomic Number: 36
  • Atomic Mass: 83.80
  • Type: Noble Gas
  • Density: 3.74 g/cm
  • Date Discovered: 1898
  • Uses: Lighting
  • Required For Life: No
  • Model:
silver
Silver
  • Symbol: Ag
  • Atomic Number: 47
  • Atomic Mass: 107.870
  • Type: Transition Metals
  • Density: 10.5 g/cm
  • Date Discovered: Known To The Ancients
  • Uses: Jewelry, Photography, Electrical Conductor
  • Required For Life: No
  • Model:
lithium
Lithium
  • Symbol: Li
  • Atomic Number: 3
  • Atomic Mass: 6.941 amu
  • Type: Alkali Metals
  • Density: 0.53 g/cm
  • Date Discovered: 1817
  • Uses: batteries, Ceramics, Lubricants
  • Required For Life: No
  • Model:
aluminum
Aluminum
  • Symbol: Al
  • Atomic Number: 13
  • Atomic Mass: 26.981539 amu
  • Type: Poor metals
  • Density: 2.702 g/cm
  • Date Discovered: 1825
  • Uses: Airplanes, Soda Cans
  • Required For Life: No
  • Model:
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Neon
  • Symbol: Ne
  • Atomic Number: 10
  • Atomic Mass: 20.1797 amu
  • Type: Noble Gas
  • Density: 0.901g/cm
  • Date Discovered: 1898
  • Uses: Lighting
  • Required For Life: No
  • Model:
nickel
Nickel
  • Symbol: Ni
  • Atomic Number: 28
  • Atomic Mass: 58.6934 amu
  • Type: Transition Metal
  • Density: 8.902 g/cm
  • Date Discovered: 1751
  • Uses: Electroplating Metal Alloys, Nickel Cadmium Batteries
  • Required For Life: No
  • Model:
radon
Radon
  • Symbol: Rn
  • Atomic Number: 86
  • Atomic Mass: ( 222.0) amu
  • Type: Noble Gas
  • Density: 9.73
  • Date Discovered: 1898
  • Uses: Treatment Of Cancer
  • Required For Life: No
  • Model:
arsenic
Arsenic
  • Symbol: As
  • Atomic Number: 33
  • Atomic Mass: 74.9216 amu
  • Type: Metalloid
  • Density: 5.72
  • Date Discovered: Known To The Ancients
  • Uses: Poison, Conducts Electricity, Semiconductors
  • Required For Life: No
  • Model:
chromium
Chromium
  • Symbol: Cr
  • Atomic Number: 24
  • Atomic Mass: 51.9961 amu
  • Type: Transition Metals
  • Density: 7.19 g/cm
  • Date Discovered: 1797
  • Uses: Stainless Steel
  • Required For Life:
  • Model:
neodymium
Neodymium
  • Symbol: Nd
  • Atomic Number: 60
  • Atomic Mass: 144.24
  • Type: Rare Earth
  • Density: 7.007 g/cm
  • Date Discovered:, 1925
  • Uses: Coloring Glass And Ceramics ,Infrared Radiation Filtering
  • Required For Life: No
  • Model:
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Work Cited
  • http://www.elementsdatabase.com/
  • http://www.elementsdatabase.com/