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So close, no matter how far / Couldn't be much more from the heart / Forever trusting who we are / And nothing else matters / Never opened myself this way / Life is ours, we live it our way / All these words I don't just say / And nothing else matters / Trust I seek and I find in you / Every day for us something new / Open mind for a different view / And nothing else matters / Never cared for what they do / Never cared for what they know / But I know

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The noble metal palladium is very similar to platinum and like this is often used for catalysts and for jewellery. It is more reactive than platinum and cheaper than this. Palladium can absorb, store and then release hydrogen very well. Platinum Mining, Noble Metal, Beautiful Rocks, Rocks And Gems, Rocks And Minerals, Precious Metals, Pure Products, Gemstones, Watches

46. Palladium - Elementymology & Elements Multidict

Origin of the names of the chemical elements and multilingual dictionary of element names (72 languages); Periodic table and how the elements got their names; Process of naming the elements on the periodic table

Considered as one of the most precious metals. Platinum is the rarest of the precious metals. Platinum is the heaviest of the precious metals.

PROVING OF RHODIUM METALLICUM | I LOVE HOMEOPATHY

Rhodium comes within the precious metal group (also known as the Platinum group), atomic number 45, group number 9, nestled in between Cobalt and Iridium (above and below) and Palladium and Ruthenium (right and left), and not too far away from Ferrum, Osmium, Platinum, Niccolum. Quite a bunch – I say ‘bunch’ because there is …

Platinum Group Metals- analyzed with WDXRF technology - make catalytic converter pollution control devices a valuable scrap metal. Platinum Group, Nothing Else Matters, Metals, Recycling, Big, Metal, Repurpose, Upcycle

Catalytic Converter Recycling Is Still Big Business

Platinum Group Metals- analyzed with WDXRF technology - make catalytic converter pollution control devices a valuable scrap metal.

Purple gemstones Hall of Minerals Rhodochrosite dendritic peruvian opal Platinum crystals.

platinum crystals

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A reel of black & white film shot nearly 60 years ago has surfaced at Berkeley Lab, depicting the discovery of Mendelevium — or Element 101 — as… Nothing Else Matters, Discovery, Lamps, February, Number, Events, Life, Lightbulbs, Happenings

Mendelevium: The Way It Was

A reel of black & white film shot nearly 60 years ago has surfaced at Berkeley Lab, depicting the discovery of Mendelevium — or Element 101 — as…

Trends / Periods / Groups / Electron configuration / Atomic radii / Ionization energy / Electronegativity / Electron affinity / Metallic character / Alkali metals / 1 Hydrogen H

101 Mendelevium Md

Trends / Periods / Groups / Electron configuration / Atomic radii / Ionization energy / Electronegativity / Electron affinity / Metallic character / Alkali metals / 1 Hydrogen H

Einsteinium(III) iodide glowing in the dark (not illuminated!

154: Owing to the small amounts of produced einsteinium and the short half-life of its most easily produced isotope, there are currently almost no practical applications for it outside of basic scientific research. In particular, einsteinium was used to synthesize, for the first time, 17 atoms of the new element Mendelevium in 1955. / Einsteinium(III) iodide glowing in the dark

Surveyor 7 was the fifth and final spacecraft of the Surveyor series to achieve a lunar soft landing. The primary objectives of the Surveyor program, a series of seven robotic lunar softlanding flights, were to support the coming crewed Apollo landings.

153: The rare isotope Einsteinium-254 was used as the calibration marker in the chemical analysis spectrometer ("alpha-scattering surface analyzer") of the Surveyor 5 lunar probe. The large mass of this isotope reduced the spectral overlap between signals from the marker and the studied lighter elements of the lunar surface.

Einsteinium - the chemical elements of the periodic table - images and facts.

Einsteinium

Einsteinium's properties, discovery, videos, images, states, energies, appearance and characteristics.

151: Db 105  Dubnium, named after the town of Dubna in Russia, where it was first produced. Above is a sphere focused front view of nuclear structure of Db279-E-1-1. Dubnium is a synthetic element and radioactive, the most stable known isotope, dubnium-268, has a half-life of approximately 28 hours.

151: Db 105 Dubnium, named after the town of Dubna in Russia, where it was first produced. Above is a sphere focused front view of nuclear structure of Db279-E-1-1. Dubnium is a synthetic element and radioactive, the most stable known isotope, dubnium-268, has a half-life of approximately 28 hours.

Americium is a starting material for the production of other transuranic elements and transactinides. Irradiation of by or ions yields the isotopes (Einsteinium) or (Dubnium), respectively.

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Learning about using a fire extinguisher could save a life. Read more here from Discount Fire Extinguishers on the best usage of fire extinguishers.

149: Americium-241, an alpha emitter, has a half-life of 432 years. Alpha radiation, as opposed to beta and gamma, is used for two reasons in smoke detector: Alpha particles have high ionization, so sufficient air particles will be ionized for the current to exist, and they have low penetrative power, meaning they will be stopped by the plastic of the smoke detector or the air.

Have you ever wondered what the elements look like? Here's a collection of pictures of the chemical elements in pure form.

148: Am 95 镅 Americium, named after the Americas, where it was first produced. Most americium is produced by bombarding uranium or plutonium with neutrons in nuclear reactors – one tonne of spent nuclear fuel contains about 100 grams of americium. It is widely used in commercial ionization chamber smoke detectors, as well as in neutron sources and industrial gauges.

147: Caesium-137 has a number of practical uses. In small amounts, it is used to calibrate radiation-detection equipment. In industry, it is used in flow meters, thickness gauges, moisture-density gauges (for density readings, Americium-241/Beryillium providing the moisture reading) and in gamma ray well logging devices.

147: Caesium-137 has a number of practical uses. In small amounts, it is used to calibrate radiation-detection equipment. In industry, it is used in flow meters, thickness gauges, moisture-density gauges (for density readings, Americium-241/Beryillium providing the moisture reading) and in gamma ray well logging devices.

Cesium, one of only five elemental metals liquid at room temperature, crystallizes into curious and beautiful forms. Pictured here is a high-purity sample preserved in an ampule under an argon atmosphere.

146: Cs 55 铯 Caesium, from Latin 'caesius' which means 'sky blue' for the bright blue lines in its spectrum. Caesium is mined mostly from pollucite, while the radioisotopes, especially Caesium-137, a fission product, is extracted from waste produced by nuclear reactors. Caesium is extremely reactive and pyrophoric, reacting with water even at −116 °C.