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It reacts with quite a few elements. In particular it reacts with the halogens and particularly fluorine to form fluoride salts. It also forms cobalt oxide with oxygen.
is the element cobalt rare? the elemant cobalt is the color of blue
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cobalt has been used since ancient times but was first isolated by Georg Brant in 1735.
Yes, it does. The metal, Cobalt dissolves slowly in dilute sulphuric acid to form solutions containing the aqueous Co(II) ion together with hydrogen gas, H2. The equation …is: Co (S) + H2So4 (aq) ---> Co^+2 (aq) + So4^-4 (aq) + H2 (g)
Yes. Cobalt forms many salts and some other compounds as well.
Cobalt is an element. It's atomic number is 27.
The element symbol is Co, because Origin: The word cobalt is derived from the German kobalt, which in turn is derived from kobalt meaning "goblin" which is a term miners use…d for cobalt ore.
Cobalt's atomic number is 27
Probable you think to hexaamminocobalt chloride: the color is orange.