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Magnesium Facts

Magnesium is an element that has the symbol Mg and an atomic number of 12. It is shiny grey in appearance, and is the 9th-most common element on earth. How many of these fun magnesium facts did you know? Magnesium gets its name from an area…

Silver Facts

Silver is a precious metal with the symbol Ag and an atomic number of 47. Among all metals, it has the most thermal and electrical conductivity. How many of these fun silver facts did you know? Silver was discovered so long ago that there…

Cobalt Facts

Cobalt is a metal that has the symbol Co and an atomic number of 27. While in its typical metallic form it is a silvery-grey metal, it has been used for centuries as a pigment for paints in the form of a blue colour. How many of these fun…

Iodine Facts

Iodine is an element that uses the symbol I and has an atomic number of 53. It is part of the halogens group, which includes fluorine and chlorine. We've collected a list of fun and interesting iodine facts for your enjoyment below: Under…

Chlorine Facts

Chlorine is an element with the symbol Cl and the atomic number of 17. At room temperature, it appears as a yellow-green gas, and it is classed as a halogen. How many of these chlorine facts did you know? While there are records of chlorine…

Thorium Facts

Thorium is a silvery metal with the atomic number 90 and the symbol Th. It has a high melting point and is relatively hard. Thorium is used in a variety of applications, including in high-end optical devices and scientific instruments.…

Lithium Facts

Lithium is a silvery-white metal that has an atomic number of 3 and the chemical symbol Li. It is typically the lightest of all metals, and also the lightest solid element. Lithium is an alkali metal, and it is highly flammable. How many of…

Zirconium Facts

Zirconium is a silvery white metal that has the symbol Zr and is solid at room temperature. Here are a list of fun and interesting Zirconium facts: Zirconium gets its name from the Persian word zargun which means gold-colored: This is…

Interesting Neodymium Facts

Neodymium is a soft metal that is silver in color. It was first discovered in 1885, and when it is exposed to air it tarnishes rapidly. How many of these Neodymium facts did you know? While Neodymium may sound quite rare to the average…

12 Interesting Facts About Tungsten

Tungsten is a rare metal that was first identified in 1781. This element has the symbol W and an atomic number of 74. One of the most famous facts about Tungsten is that it has the highest boiling point of all chemical elements:  3422 °C,…