Yes it is
First of all, never say, "Is a substance flammability,' because in college professors will not just drill you, you'll have a bad reputation around campus for low knowledge of grammar; say is strontium FLAMMABLE. And yes, strontium is flammable.
Strontium is strontium (Sr) !
Yes, I know strontium iodate does.
Strontium is an element, a metal to be specific. It simply is made of strontium.
No, strontium is odorless.
Formula: SrCl2Formula: SrCl2.6H2OElements: Chlorine, Hydrogen, Oxygen, StrontiumCAS Number: 10476-85-4Synonyms/Related:(85-Sr) Strontium chlorideC13506D02006MetastronMetastron (TN)Metastron, aqueous solution of active ingredient strontium-89 chloride, a pure beta emitter with half-life of 50.5 daysSrCl2Stronscan-85Strontium (Stable Strontium Chloride)Strontium ChlorideStrontium chloride ((sup 85) SrCl2)Strontium chloride ((sup 89) SrCl2)Strontium chloride (Sr-85)Strontium chloride (SrCl2)Strontium chloride Sr 85Strontium chloride sr 85 [USAN]Strontium chloride Sr 89Strontium chloride Sr 89 (USP)Strontium chloride sr 89 [USAN]Strontium(89Sr) chlorideStrontium(89Sr) chloride (JAN)Strontium-85 chlorideStrontium-89 chloride
Strontium-88 It is the closest to the Strontium atomic mass.
The valence of strontium is 2+.The electronegativity of strontium is 0,95.
The symbol for Strontium is "Sr".
Strontium and chlorine react to form strontium chloride with the formula SrCl2.
Strontium reduces the incidence of cavities. Strontium is a common element which is usually found in your bones. Strontium is an alkaline earth material. Strontium is a soft, silvery metal, but oxidizes to a yellowish color. Strontium is used in producing glass from color TV picture tubes. Strontium is used to produce ferrite magnets and to refine zinc.
the chemical symbol for strontium is "Sr"
Strontium has a charge of (+2).
Strontium Chromate = SrCrO4
strontium iodide: SrI2
strontium will blind because of its light
Strontium is a chemical element, not a molecule.
A Strontium atom has same number of electrons as its protons. But a Strontium ion has 2 electrons less than its atom.
Water is not flammable. The noble gases are not flammable.
Strontian is a place in Scotland. Strontium Carbonate was discovered there. not the same questions as to who discovered strontium