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1. Properties associated with Terbium

2. Lithium

3. Oxygen

4. Colbat

5. Carbon

6. Properties associated with Lithium.

7. Gadolinium

8. Dysprosium

9. potssium

10. Aluminium

11. Tin

12. Oxygen

12.1. Europium

13. yttrium

14. Lantharum

15. Terbuim

16. silicon

17. Indium

18. presiodymium

19. Tin

20. Lead

21. Antimony

22. Arsenic

23. Phosphorus

24. Oxygen

25. Galdlinium

26. Praseodymium

27. Terbium

28. Dysprosium

29. Neodymium

30. Tantalum

31. silver

32. Nickel

33. Gold

34. Copper

35. silicon

36. It is very shiny

37. Atomic number- 79

38. It is Ductile

39. It is not magnetic

39.1. Properties associated with gold

40. It is a solid

41. Boiling point- 2000

42. Density- 19.3 g. cm -3 at 20

43. It is a metallic with a yellow colour when in a mass but when finely divided it may be black, ruby or purple.

44. High melting point of 2996 C

45. Recrystallization between 900 C and 1450 C

46. Excellent cold ductility

47. Atomic number- 73

47.1. Tantalum is easy to work with well below room temperature.

48. Atomic mass- 180.95

49. Melting point- 2996 C

50. Boiling point- 5450 C

51. What is inside of your Phone ?

52. Elements inside the screen

53. Elements in the battery.

54. Elements in the electronics

55. Properties associated with tantalum

56. Atomic number- 3

57. Density- 0.53g.cm -3 at 20c

58. Floats on water

59. Highly reactive

60. Strong

61. Alkali metal- La

62. The most mine productions in chile

63. Properties associated with Carbon

64. Atomic number- 6

65. Atomic weight- 12.0096 to 12.0116

66. Melting point- 3,550c

67. Boiling point-4,827c

68. The boiling point of the carbon group tend to get lower with the heavier elements.

69. Carbon has the density of 2.26 grams per cubic centimeter

70. Properties associated with Aluminium.

71. Weight. One of the best known properties of Aluminium is that it is light, with a density one third of steel, 2,700 kg

72. Aluminium is an excellent conductor of heat and electricity . An aluminium conductor weighs approximately half as much as a copper conductor having the same conductivity.

73. Another of the properties of aluminium is that it is a good reflector of both visible light and radiated heat.

74. Aluminium is a non-magnetic material.

75. Properties associated with silver.

76. It has a very shiny appearance.

77. Atomic number- 47

78. melting point-960.8 c

79. Ductility- It can be beaten into extremely thin sheets.

80. Malleability- Capable of being shaped or bent

81. Conductivity- Excellent electrical and heat conductor. It has the highest electrical and thermal conductivity of any metal.

82. Luster-Lustrous shine and is capable of high degree polish

83. Density- It is a dense metal

84. Properties associated with silicon

85. Colour- Pure silicon is a hard, dark gray solid.

86. Phase-solid

87. Luster-A metallic shine or glow

88. Solubility- Soluble in hydrofluoric acid and alkalis.

89. Melting point- Melts at 1417 c

90. Boiling point- Boils at 2600 c

91. Conductivity- It is a semi-conductor

92. Properties associated with Copper

93. Colour- Reddish Brown metal

94. Malleability- Capable of being shaped or bent

95. Ductility- Easily pulled or stretched into a thin wire

96. Luster-Has a shine or glow

97. Conductivity- Excellent transmission

98. Properties associated with Lead

99. Colour-Bluish-white

100. Malleability- Capable of being shaped or bent

101. Conductivity- Poor transmission of heat or electricity.

102. Softness-Relatively soft

103. Tensile-It can be stretched without breaking

104. Luster- A shine or glow

105. Properties associated with Nickel

106. Colour- Silvery-white metal

107. Phase-solid

108. Conductivity- Fairly good conductor of heat and electricity

109. Ductility- It can be beaten into extremely thin sheets

110. Malleability-It's capable of being shaped or bent

111. Luster-Exhibits a shine or glow

112. Hardness-Harder than iron

113. Properties associated with Antimony

114. Density-6.684 g.cm

115. Melting point- 631 C

116. Boiling point- 1587 C

117. Atomic number-51

118. Properties associated with Neodymium

119. The most important use for Neodymium is in an alloy with iron and boron to make very strong permanent magnets.

120. Neodymium glass is used to make lasers. These are used as laser pointers, as well as in eye surgery, cosmetic surgery and for the treatment of skin cancers.

121. Appearance- A silvery-white metal. It rapidly tarnishes in air.

122. Image explanation- The imagery and symbols used here reflect the use of neodymium in manufacture of purple glass.

123. Atomic number- 65

124. Atomic mass- 158.92534 g.mol

125. Density-8.3 g cm

126. Melting point- 1360 c

127. Boiling point- 3041 c

128. Terbium is a soft, malleable, ductile, silver-gray metal member of the lanthanide group of the periodic table.

129. Properties associated Dysprosium

130. Dysprosium is a soft, silvery rare -earth element used in nuclear research. It reacts with cold water and rapidly dissolves in acids.

131. The Atomic number of this element is 66 and the element symbol is DY.

132. Melting point- 2562 c