Element Facts

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Is put into toothpaste to fight cavities
Mixed with copper to make bronze
Used for fishing weights, batteries, and for protection against X-rays
Bonds with sodium to make table salt
Found in air, water and sand
Name comes from German word meaning “Satan’s copper”
Found in chalk, limestone, plaster, concrete, bones, and teeth.
Used in airplanes because it is so light and strong
Bananas contain a lot of this element
Used as a disinfectant
Used in sparklers
Used in lights and lasers, comes from Greek word new
Used to make computer chips
Used for coins, jewelry, dentistry, and electrical parts that need to conduct electricity
Used in creating rubber
Used for protecting metals such as iron and steel
Comes from the Latin word meaning “liquid silver.”
Bonds with chlorine to make table salt
Most of the air we breathe
Used to make coins, jewelry, mirrors, silverware, photographic film and electronic components.
Used in very small batteries
Diamonds, graphite and coal are all made of this element
Used in balloons, blimps and scuba diving tanks.
Mixed with zinc makes brass.
Used in matches, fireworks, fertilizers and detergents
Found in red blood cells and in rust (not oxygen)
Found in emeralds.
Used to make heat-resistant glass
Comes from Greek word for lazy
Most abundant element in the Universe

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