What is the element on the periodic table that is used in dyes and cosmetics Please help me i have to do this over Christmas break I need help pleez help?
titanium an iron are commonly used in cosmetics
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Because it has 11 valence electrons Please see : Trends in the periodic table
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A family (or group) is one column of elements in the periodic table of elements. For example, beryllium, magnesium, calcium, strontium, barium and radium form one family. Please see the link.
Emulsifier means homogenizer which is used in cosmetics and chemical industries,more details ,please check http://www.alliedtechltd.com/product.asp?big=Cosmetics%20and%20pharmacy%20machinery ,thanks.
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Signals are aperiodic because they are not repetitive.
All elements appear in the periodic table, there are more than 100 of them, so please look at the related link below to see an example of such table and all symbols of them. (Please note that there is no special group of 'periodic' elements)
There isn't an "M" on the periodic table. There are the following similar elements: N: Nitrogen W: Tungsten Mg: Magnesium Mn: Manganese Roman Numeral M - 100 Fm: Fermium Oops, C is 100, M is 1000, there aren't 1000 elements :( Please specify the atomic number if you need further clarification.
It is an incredibly small atom which gives it several uniqque properites. 1. It can ionise to leave a single proton with a very small radius (acid base reactions) (Please add more)
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What element has melting point of 708 degrees C they must be an answer as its in my science paper. AND please dont refer me to the Periodic Table of Elements cos ive spent 3weeks looking at it?
The closest element to this melting point is radium with a melting point of 700 degrees Celsius. It is a 2A alkaline metal with 2 valence electrons and is highly reactive.
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All elements in column 2 of the periodic table consistently form ions with a charge of two plus. This column is commonly referred to as the Alkaline Earth Metals. please feel free to send me a trust point if this was helpful =]
Why can 2 atoms of the same element have different numbers of neutrons but must always have the same number of protons explain please?
Without the same number of protons it would be a completely different element on the periodic table and would be considerd an isomer. Take Chlorine-35 and Chlorine-37 for example... they are also isomers because they have a different number of protons. Therefore are different elements.
They are displayed in the periodic table. Please see the link.
Please specify what you mean by 'i' in an element. If you mean which element has an i in its chemical symbol, some of them are Li, Ni, etc.
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First, it should be noted that it is not an element that is stable or unstable, but an isotope. If you don't know the difference, please read the Wikipedia article, or some other source, about "isotopes", Most of the elements up to #82 (Pb) have stable isotopes, with the exception of #43 (Tc) and #61 (Pm). Please note that all of these "stable elements" also have unstable isotopes!
beryllium Please see the link.
Look at the periodic table or ask a more specific question, please.
Please see the Periodic Table of Elements.
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Please be more clear: the position of fluorine in the periodic table is justified - it is a halogen, group 17, period 2.
Because it is not this xeon is not the only gas in the periodic table beginning with X. That is wrong can someone correct this please
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Please, don't be ridiculous ! Chemistry is a science, the periodic table has a history of approx. 150 years; any link with any conspiration theory.
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MAC cosmetics is now owned by Estee Lauder. Therefore, MAC's goals are Estee Lauders goals. Estee Lauder was founded with the goal of helping women look and feel beautiful. Since Estee Lauder is a public company, their real goal is to make money and please stockholders.
thorium Please see the link.
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what is meant by primery sensing element in terms of measurment and instrumentation system please give me ans
That question isn't possible to answer, please refine it. No element is present in every bond.
These are the elements in group 2 of the periodic table. Please see the link.