Is helium a family name or a rare earth element series?
family name of rare earth element series of helium
Helium is a member of the family of noble gases.
Argon is an element (non metal) belonging to group 18 or noble gases or helium family. It is not a rare earth element.
metal is it family and rare earth element is used if you do not know the family property
Yes it is objectiveness is a rare earth element bitchezz
Curium is a member of the actinoids family.
It is in the family name of transition metals Enjoy:D
Xenon belongs to noble gas family
potassium is an element on the periodic table. it is an alkali metal.
Actinium (Ac) is a chemical element. Actinoids is the name of the radioactive elements family which contain actinium.
This element is helium.
The element 'helium' is named after 'Helios' (the sun) as the element was first found in the sun. 25 years later is was then found on earth.
Through the spectrum. Signatures of an element was found that was not known on Earth. Some years later, it was also found on Earth. Hence the name, "helium". Through the spectrum. Signatures of an element was found that was not known on Earth. Some years later, it was also found on Earth. Hence the name, "helium". Through the spectrum. Signatures of an element was found that was not known on Earth. Some years later, it… Read More
The chemical element of Europium is part of the lanthanide series. The lanthanide series is comprised of metallic elements, these can be referred to as rare earth elements.
Helium is the same element wherever you find it, although in the sun it would be in an ionized form, and it is more likely to be unionized on Earth.
Nearly all of the helium on Earth is found in the ground under Amarillo Texas and in Oklahoma and other surrounding states.
This group 4 in the moden table or group IVb in the older version
Polonium is a member of the group 16 of the periodic table of Mendeleev (chalcogens).
Hydrogen is the most abundant element found on Earth. Other abundant elements include helium, and oxygen, as well as silicon.
There is not a lot of helium here on Earth, but there is quite a lot of it in the sun. If we consider the entire universe, helium is the second most abundant element, after hydrogen.
Helium is the lightest member of noble gases. Due to the atmospheric pressure on Earth, helium does not exist on the Earth's surface. On the other hand, helium is the second most abundant element in the universe.
No, it does not.
The second most abundant element on Earth is Helium. The element makes up the 25 percent which was the remaining percentage from Hydrogen with 75 percent.
Spectroscopic analysis. Hydrogen was immediately indentified, and another element that could not be identified at first - so it was named "the sun's element", that is: "Helium". Soon after that, Helium was discovered on earth, and is well-known now, but it retains it's initial name.
No, the metalloids.
As an element, Beryllium is in the Rare Earth family.
alkali earth metal
the alkali earth metals
There is at least ten times more Hydrogen on Earth, and indeed throughout the entire known universe, than any other element. Helium and Oxygen are 2nd and 3rd most abundant.
For the universe in which the earth exists, hydrogen accounts for 75% and helium for 23%. All the remaining elements , together, account for 2%. So there is no element which accounts for 20%. Furthermore, helium is very rare on earth - it accounts for approx 8 parts per billion or 0.0000008%.
Calcium belongs to the family of the Alkali Earth Metals.
Beryllium is in the Element category Alkeline Earth Metals
Helium. It was discovered on the Sun many years before it was discovered on Earth.
The element "Helium" was unknown on Earth when it was discovered by spectral lines from the Sun. It was later discovered here on Earth, in Texas natural gas deposits.
The most abundant element in the universe is Hydrogen (H). The second most common is Helium (He). However, these are only found in trace amounts on Earth. Add: Most elements are metals.
Radium is in the alkaline earth metals.
alkali earth metals
Alkaline earth metals
The rare earth metal samarium is part of the Lanthanide family.
Helium is an element with the atomic number two. It has two protons in its nucleus (which is why its atomic number is two), and it comes in two stable isotopes. The most abundant one, helium-4, has two neutrons, and helium-3, which has one neutron, is found as only about one atom in a million. The element helium is an inert or noble gas, and is found on the periodic table with the other inert… Read More
The spectral line for helium was first discovered by a French astronomer working in India during a solar eclipse. An English astronomer determine that this spectral line was due to a previously unknown element. An Italian physicist first detected helium on Earth. A Scottish chemist, was the first to isolate helium on Earth. So where was helium discovered? Depending on how you define "discovery" it was discovered in India, France, England, Italy or Scotland.
Rare Earth: Actinide Series
Helium was discovered in 1868 as a new spectral line in light from the sun by French astronomer Jules Janssen during a total solar eclipse in Guntur, India. In the same year, Norman Lockyer, an English Astronomer concluded that the new spectral line was caused by an element in the Sun unknown on Earth and named it Helium. In 1882, Italian physicist Luigi Palmieri detected helium on Earth for the first time. March 26, 1895… Read More
Alkali Earth Metals (Group 2)
alkaline earth metals
Dysprosium is classified as a rare earth element.
No, but Cl (with a lowercase L) is the element chlorine. Ci is actually an element used in the television series sanctuary, i believe it was for cirilium. It was an element found in holow earth. but no, it is not a real element
well if it's the four elements it would be earth of course but like in chemistry and stuff it would be Hydrogen then helium then oxygen and so on
The element helium was first identified on the sun by examination of its spectral lines. While it was later also discovered on earth, because it was first found on the sun (Helios in Greek) it was named for that location.
None. Xenon is not a rare earth nor has it ever been a rare earth or considered becoming one!