Cobalt was discovered in Sweden. It was discovered by George Brandt in 1735. Brandt was attempting to prove that the ability of certain minerals to color glass blue was due to an unknown element and not to bismuth, as was commonly believed at the time.
the man who discovered the element cobalt was a Swedish chemist named, Georg Brandt
it was discovered on the moon in 1735 by aliens
most cobalt is found in the country of Sweden
Cobalt was discovered by Calvin Legette in 1735. Some of the most common uses for cobalt are: Blue paint for ceramics and glass, Magnets, and cutting tools. Cobalt salt can also be used as an anti-corrosion material.
It was discovered by a Swedish chemist named Georg Brandt in 1735
it was found it stockman, sweeden
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discovered about 1737 by chemist George Brandt in Stockholm, Sweden
No. Jk. Yeah, he did. Do you know where I found that out? Google. ;)
The last country to be discovered is Kosovo, the youngest country in the world because discovered on February 2008 true
it was discovered in denmark
Obviously What The First Person In The World Discovered What Country He Was Living In.
This country is the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
England discovered soccer
The waltz was discovered in vienna. :)
Cesium was discovered in Germany.
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Spain discovered rugby
The cold country John Cabot discovered is Greenland
It is not known what country barium was discovered in but it was discovered by German Carl Wilhelm Scheele in 1774. Barium is an alkaline metal.
Cobalt (I) chloride = Cobalt monochloride = CoCl Cobalt (II) chloride = Cobalt dichloride = CoCl2 Cobalt (III) chloride = Cobalt trichloride = CoCl3
japan discovered it. http://www.chiing.com/
Your mom's vagina, it was discovered when she queefed.
who discovered carbon was dan berger
Sulfur was discovered in france