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Planet Saturn

Planet Saturn

Planet Saturn is the second largest planet in our solar system however is the only planet that has a density less than water and would therefore float in a large enough body of water.   Saturn Overview Rings of Saturn Saturn’s Weather Structure of Planet...

Radioactive Decay

Radioactive Decay

Radioactive Decay is the spontaneous change to the nucleus of an unstable atom. Radioactive decay Alpha Decay Beta Decay   Radioactive decay Elements are arranged in the periodic table by their atomic number which is the number of protons in its nucleus. Although...

Hydrogen

Hydrogen

Hydrogen is the lightest and most abundant element in the universe. Basic Information Discovery of Hydrogen Sources of Hydrogen Uses of Hydrogen The Hydrogen Bomb Airships Hydrogen Fuel Cells Hydrogen’s Cell Structure Absorption Lines of Hydrogen Emission Lines of...

Boron – Metalloid

Boron – Metalloid

Boron is a relatively rare metalloid both on earth and in the rest Universe. It is produced from cosmic rays and extracted from Borate minerals.     Basic Information Discovery of Boron Sources of Boron Uses of Boron Boron In The Diet Use in the Nuclear Industry Use...

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