The Elements
and thier stries
Krypton (kr)
Odorless, colorless gas which gives off a slightly greenish tinted color under high voltage 
melting point -157 °C; -250 °Fboiling point -152 °C; -242 °Fdensity 0.0037 g/cc; 0.23 pounds/cubic foot

Krypton (kr)

Odorless, colorless gas which gives off a slightly greenish tinted color under high voltage 

melting point -157 °C; -250 °F
boiling point -152 °C; -242 °F
density 0.0037 g/cc; 0.23 pounds/cubic foot

  1 year ago reblog  
tags → #element #krypton 
Iodine (i)
Deep purple, metallic looking solid which readily gives off a violet colored vapor 
melting point 113 °C; 236 °Fboiling point 184 °C; 364 °Fdensity 0.011 g/cc; 0.7 pounds/cubic foot

Iodine (i)

Deep purple, metallic looking solid which readily gives off a violet colored vapor 

melting point 113 °C; 236 °F
boiling point 184 °C; 364 °F
density 0.011 g/cc; 0.7 pounds/cubic foot

tags → #element #iodine 
Helium (he)
Odorless, colorless, inert gas which gives off a peach colored light under high voltage 
melting point below -272 °C; -458 °Fboiling point -269 °C; -452 °Fdensity 0.00018 g/cc; 0.01 pounds/cubic foot

Helium (he)

Odorless, colorless, inert gas which gives off a peach colored light under high voltage 

melting point below -272 °C; -458 °F
boiling point -269 °C; -452 °F
density 0.00018 g/cc; 0.01 pounds/cubic foot

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Gold (au)
Soft, yellow colored dense metal 
melting point 1064 °C; 1948 °Fboiling point 2807 °C; 5085 °Fdensity 19.32 g/cc; 1206.11 pounds/cubic foot

Gold (au)

Soft, yellow colored dense metal 

melting point 1064 °C; 1948 °F
boiling point 2807 °C; 5085 °F
density 19.32 g/cc; 1206.11 pounds/cubic foot

  1 year ago reblog  
tags → #element #gold #favorite 

The disappearing spoon prank

Gallium (ga)
Highly reflective metal which melts slightly above body temperature and wets glass. One of the few substances that expands as it solidifies 
melting point 30 °C; 86 °Fboiling point 2403 °C; 4357 °Fdensity 5.90 g/cc; 368.57 pounds/cubic foot
*Can be molded into a spoon shape for a quite frankly hilarious prank*

Gallium (ga)

Highly reflective metal which melts slightly above body temperature and wets glass. One of the few substances that expands as it solidifies 

melting point 30 °C; 86 °F
boiling point 2403 °C; 4357 °F
density 5.90 g/cc; 368.57 pounds/cubic foot

*Can be molded into a spoon shape for a quite frankly hilarious prank*

Fluorine (f)
Pale yellow gas with a supposedly bleach-like odor 
melting point -220 °C; -363 °Fboiling point -188 °C; -307 °Fdensity 0.0017 g/cc; 0.11 pounds/cubic foot

Fluorine (f)

Pale yellow gas with a supposedly bleach-like odor 

melting point -220 °C; -363 °F
boiling point -188 °C; -307 °F
density 0.0017 g/cc; 0.11 pounds/cubic foot

  1 year ago reblog  
Copper (cu)
Reddish brown metal which oxidizes to form a green oxide 
melting point 1083 °C; 1982 °Fboiling point 2567 °C; 4653 °Fdensity 8.96 g/cc; 559.35 pounds/cubic foot

Copper (cu)

Reddish brown metal which oxidizes to form a green oxide 

melting point 1083 °C; 1982 °F
boiling point 2567 °C; 4653 °F
density 8.96 g/cc; 559.35 pounds/cubic foot

Cobalt (co)
Steel gray metal which gives a deep blue color to glass (Cobalt Blue Glass)
melting point 1495 °C; 2723 °Fboiling point 2870 °C; 5198 °Fdensity 8.9 g/cc; 555.6 pounds/cubic foot

Cobalt (co)

Steel gray metal which gives a deep blue color to glass (Cobalt Blue Glass)

melting point 1495 °C; 2723 °F
boiling point 2870 °C; 5198 °F
density 8.9 g/cc; 555.6 pounds/cubic foot

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Carbon (c)
Transparent crystal (diamond), or a deep black mass (Buckyballs, graphite) 
melting point ~3550 °C; 6422 °Fboiling point 4827 °C; 8721 °Fdensity 1.8-2.1 g/cc; 112.4-131.1 pounds/cubic foot

Carbon (c)

Transparent crystal (diamond), or a deep black mass (Buckyballs, graphite) 

melting point ~3550 °C; 6422 °F
boiling point 4827 °C; 8721 °F
density 1.8-2.1 g/cc; 112.4-131.1 pounds/cubic foot