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Good one from Keith Enevoldsen www.globalresearchonline.net Periods The Periodic Table of the Elements, in Pictures Alkali Metals Group 1 H Hydrogen Atomic Symbol 1 Symbols _____ium Examples at room temperature Z metallic solid red liquid colorless gas Human Body top ten elements by weight Earth's Crust Name top eight elements by weight Magnetic 4 3 Be Beryllium Lithium Li Gas ferromagnetic at room temperature Noble Metals Widgets 2 Metals Radioactive Batteries Na Sodium Emeralds Nonmetals Transition Metals B Boron Carbon Group 14 5C Carbon Nitrogen Group 15 6N Nitrogen 7O Oxygen Group 16 Oxygen Halogens 17 8F Fluorine 1 Balloons 9 Ne Neon 10 2 Rare Earth Metals all isotopes are radioactive Actinide Metals Only Traces Found in Nature Sports Equipment Advertising Basis of Life's Air Protein Toothpaste Signs Molecules 16 Cl 15 S 18 17 Ar 14 P Al 13 Si Sulfur Phosphorus Argon Chlorine Silicon Aluminum less than a millionth percent of earth's crust only made by people 3 Boron Group 13 2 Helium Superheavy Elements Never Found in Nature 12 11 Mg Magnesium He H corrosion-resistant How it is (or was) used or where it occurs in nature Noble Gases 18 Color Key Noble Gases Halogens A Liquid The color of the symbol is the color of the element in its most common pure form.
The main objects of discussion are nonmagnetic (or paramagnetic) transition metals and their disordered alloys.
Metal is inherently considered separated from the mainstream, especially in the case of the extreme metals, and there is a sense of community that derives from that alienation.
The theranostic potential of hypoxia-targeted organometalic nitroimidazole derivatives is imparted by the radioisotope of the selected metal - main group metals (Al, Ga, In, Zn), transition metals (Cu, Tc, Re, Zn) or lanthanides ( Gd, Lu).
23 April 2018 Long-term trajectory towards a low carbon economy in 2050 – Non Ferrous Metals 1.
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