Chrysotile

Chrysotile . or white asbestos is a mineral from the group of Silicates, subgroup Philosilicates and within them is a serpentine-kaolinite. It is a magnesium hydroxy-silicate, with partial substitutions of magnesium for iron. All …

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Copernicus

Copernicus. Called ununbium as a temporary name, it is a chemical element of the periodic table whose symbol is Cn (formerly Uub) and its atomic number 112. Physical space is not yet known, …

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Phosphorus compounds

The compounds of phosphorus form the basis of many substances, within most important are phosphates. In all forms of life, phosphates play an essential role in energy transfer processes such as metabolism, photosynthesis, …

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Copper

Copper (from the Latin cuprum , and this one from the Greek kýpros ). Whose symbol is Cu, it is the chemical element with atomic number 29. It is a transition metal with a reddish color …

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Chlorine

Chlorine . Chemical element with atomic number 17 located in the group of halogens (group VII A) of the periodic table of elements. Its symbol is Cl. Under normal conditions and in its …

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Zirconium

Zirconium or zirconium. Chemical element whose symbol is Zr, with atomic number 40 and atomic mass 91,224. It is located in group 4 of the periodic table and belongs to the transition elements . Solid gray – white, glossy, hard …

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Cyclohexanone

Cyclohexanone . It is a molecule cyclic composed of six atoms of carbon and with a functional group Ketones . It belongs to the group of cyclic ketones. It is a colorless liquid, whose odor is reminiscent of acetone . Cyclohexanone is water soluble and miscible with the …

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