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FC: Common Elements and Their Uses | Hannah Hageman | January 10, 2011
1: Tantalum | Boiling Point:150 degrees C Density: 15g Uses: It can be used for wiring
2: Helium | Boiling Point: Doesn't have one. Melting point: Does not have one. Density: 4.002602 uses: Blowing up balloons
3: Scandium | Boiling Point: 3104 Degrees Melting point: 1814 Degrees Density: 2.9 | uses: scandium is used to make high intensity lamps
4: Nickel | Melting point: 2732 Degrees Boiling point: 3005 Degrees Density: 8.9 uses: nicked is used primarily for the alloys it forms
5: Ruthenium | Boiling Point: 4173 degrees Melting Point: 2583 degrees Density: 12.41 | uses: Ruthenium is one of the best hardeners for addition t palladium r platinum
6: Indium | Melting Point: 429.32 Degrees Boiling Point: 2353 Degrees Density: 7.31 | Uses: Idium is used in a low meliting point alloys making beaning alloys making beoning alloys transistros, thermisters, photo conductors
7: Vanadium | Boiling Point: 3650 Degrees Melting point: 2160 Degrees Density: 6.11 | uses: Vandadium is used in a nuclear applications for producing rust resistants.
8: Tin | Melting Point: 505.1 Degrees Boiling Point: 2543 Degrees Density: 7.31 | Uses: tin is used to coat other metals to provent corrosion
9: Maganese | Boiling Point: 2443 Degrees Melting Point: 1517 Degrees Density: 7.21 | Uses: Maganese is added to improve the strength, toughness...ect.
10: Cadmium | Melting Point: 594.1 Degrees Boiling Point: 1038 Degrees Density: 8.65 | Uses: Cadmium is used in alloys with low melting points.
11: Argon | Melting Point: 83.8 Degrees Boiling Point: 87.3 Degrees Density: 1.4 | Uses: Argon is used for florescent tubes.
12: Antimony | Boiling Point: 1908 Degrees Melting Point: 903.9 Degrees Density: 6.6 | Uses: Antimony is used for widely used in alloying to increase hardness and strength
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