No it is not.
A man made magnet is made of Iron Nickel Cobalt and Rare earth Metals
Yes it is i own one
Cobalt is an element which occurs in nature.
Some applications of cobalt:- cobalt blue glass- stainless steels with cobalt- gamma sources with cobalt-60- widia items preparation- batteries- catalysts
If you mean cobalt you can make paint. ( Cobalt blue)
In 1735, Swedish chemist G.Brandt made Cobalt metal.
It is made of metal. It is a car.
If you are talking about Cobalt-60 being "found" it was in 1938 by Seaborg and Livingood. But Cobalt has been used throughout all history.
cobalt is used to impart blue colour on glass, ceramics and glazes.
iron steel cobalt
Cobalt is an element, not a molecule. Molecules are made up of more than one atom. There is one (1) atom of cobalt.
No it isn't. It is a naturally occurring element.
Cobalt is an element, and therefore it is not made out of ions, although it can be ionized. Like all metals, cobalt forms positive ions (by losing electrons).
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cobalt and zinc
Naturally. Cobalt is a natural element, not man-made.It is naturally occuring.
There are no compounds in Cobalt. It is completely impossible, because Cobalt is an element, and compounds are made up of elements. If this is what you meant to ask, then there a a lot of compounds with Cobalt in them. One example is Cobalt (III) Fluoride, chemical formula CoF3. Any compound with a "Co" (the "C" must be capitalized and the "o" must lowercase) in it contains Cobalt.
Cobalt 60 is not for bombs but for industrial or therapeutic gamma-irradiation.
Iron, Cobalt and Nickel.
Cobalt, Nickel, and lead