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Transition Metals. Platinum. Origin of name- Spanish word for “Silver of the P into River”. First discovered and where- Julies Ceaser Scaliger, Found in the Pinto River. There are 78 Protons, 78 Electrons, and 117 Neutrons in a neutral atom. By: Lourdes DuCote. Pictures. Platinum Ore.

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Transition Metals

Platinum

Origin of name- Spanish word for “Silver of the Pinto River”

First discovered and where- Julies Ceaser Scaliger, Found in the Pinto River

There are 78 Protons, 78 Electrons, and 117 Neutrons in a neutral atom.

By: Lourdes DuCote

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Pictures

Platinum Ore

Platinum Bars

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Element Family or Category

Platinum is used in Pacemakers, Ear Implants, and Car Engines

Most of the platinum Discovered is in orbit around Mars and Jupiter

Aqua Regina (HNO3+HCI) Is the only known thing to react with platinum

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More Facts

Density is 12.4 ounce per cubic inch

Radioactive platinum is used to kill cancer cells.

Melting Point- 3216˚F

Boiling point-6921˚F

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Transition metals

Mercury

Origin of name- Named after the planet Mercury

It is not known who first discovered it

80 Protons and 80 Electrons in a neutral atom

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Pictures

Container of mercury, Cinnabar

Refined Mercury

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Info and Facts

Cinnabar was used to make pots in japan over 2000 years ago

Melting point- -37.8˚F

Boiling point- 674˚F

Density-13.6 grams per cubic inch

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Interesting Facts

The phrase “Mad as a Hatter” comes from 19th century hat makers who used mercury and got disabilities

Used to purify metals like Gold and Silver

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Mercury in Oakridge

The Manhattan project was used to build plants in a hidden area

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Red Mercury

Red Mercury is either a hoax or code name for a soviet project or the main ingredient in a radioactive bomb built by the soviets

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