Knipp – elements

hydrogen
simplest element, make up most of the Sun
helium
lighter than air, used in balloons, formed from fused hydrogen
lithium
used in some batteries and some medicines
carbon
found in all living things
sodium
alkali metal, important electrolite, found in large ammounts in sea water
potassium
important electrolite, found in bananas
magnesium & calcium
two most common alkaline earth metals
calcium
needed for strong teeth and bones
iron
found in hemoglobin (blood protein)
iron
combines with oxygen to form rust
aluminum
lightweight metal used in planes and cans
lead
used to be in paints but is poisonous
uranium
heaviest naturally occuring element
brass
alloy of copper & zinc
bronze
alloy of copper & tin
steel
alloy of iron & carbon
fluorine
halogen used in toothpaste to prevent tooth decay
chlorine
halogen added to drinking water and swimming pools to kill bacteria and used in bleach
neon
nobel gas used in lamps
iodine
halogen used in antiseptics (kills germs), reddish color
bromine
halogen that occurs in a liquid state
copper, silver & gold
three coinage metals (transition)
copper
turns green when combined with oxygen (oxidation)
gold
a metal that does not oxidize (combine with oxygen)
platinum
heavy, silver-white metal that doesn’t tarnish easily
titanium
strong, lightweight metal that is highly resistant to corrosion and used in making steel alloys for jet engines and missiles
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