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S: Cobalt

FC: COBALT By Tabitha Dolan

1: The Modern Symbol for Cobalt is Co.

2: The Atomic number of Cobalt is 27.

3: The Atomic mass is 60

4: It has 27 protons, 33 neutrons, and 27 electrons.

5: It has 5 isotopes: Co-56 Co-57 Co-58 Co-59 Co-60

6: Cobalt is a solid.

7: It's melting point is 2723 F And a boiling point of 5301 F

8: It is a Metal

9: It is a Transition element. It is used for pigments, magnets, and catalysts. The Origin of the name Cobalt is German. It has a blue color. It is found in the minerals, Cobaltite, Erythrite, and Smaltite.

10: Disposal of Cobalt is environmentally harmful. Cobalt cannot be used in the place of another element.

11: The End.

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