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Alkali Metals Francium. Origin: Francium gets its name from France. Number of electrons: 87 Number of protons: 87 This element was discovered by Marguerite Perey in 1939 in nature. This element has no uses because it has a very short life and it’s found uranium minerals.

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Alkali Metals Francium
  • Origin: Francium gets its name from France.
  • Number of electrons: 87
  • Number of protons: 87
  • This element was discovered by Marguerite Perey in 1939 in nature.
  • This element has no uses because it has a very short life and it’s found uranium minerals.

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Alkali Metals Francium
  • This is a picture of a mineral that contains uranium and thorium that produce francium in small quantities from radioactive decay chains.

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Alkali Metals Francium

This picture shows uranium ore which holds 100,000 elements of francium.

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Fun Facts About Francium
  • There is less than only 30 grams of francium in the entire Earth’s crust.
  • Properties are very similar to those of cesium.
  • Most reactive alkali metal in group one.
  • Has a half-life of 22 minutes
  • Very radioactive metal.
  • Within 22 minutes it quickly decays into other elements.
  • Longest-lived isotope.

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Alkali Metals

They all have a single electron in the outer shell, very reactive, softness, color of silver, shininess, low density;Classification: metalic.

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Resources

Gray, Theodor. 2005. Ebay. 6 May 2014. www.periodictable.com

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