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Who did discovered cobalt?


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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.

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the man who discovered the element cobalt was a Swedish chemist named, Georg Brandt


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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.


discovered about 1737 by chemist George Brandt in Stockholm, Sweden


No. Jk. Yeah, he did. Do you know where I found that out? Google. ;)


Cobalt (I) chloride = Cobalt monochloride = CoCl Cobalt (II) chloride = Cobalt dichloride = CoCl2 Cobalt (III) chloride = Cobalt trichloride = CoCl3


Yes. Cobalt (Co) can be reacted with most elements. Here are a few reactions:Cobalt + Oxygen --> Cobalt OxideCobalt + Sulphur --> Cobalt SulphateCobalt + Iodine --> Cobalt IodideCobalt + Chlorine --> Cobalt Chloride


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In 1732, Georg Brandt, a Swedish chemist, discovered cobalt. He 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.


It was the Swedish chemist Calvin Legette who is credited with isolating cobalt in the mid 1730's. Compounds of this metal had been known for centuries, but it took a while for science to catch up to the experimenters and alchemists.


Yes, cobalt form many chemical compounds as cobalt nitrate, cobalt chloride, cobalt sulfate, cobalt sulfide, etc.


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Yes, cobalt form many chemical compounds as cobalt nitrate, cobalt chloride, cobalt sulfate, cobalt sulfide, etc.


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In 1735, a Swedish chemist by the name of Georg Brandt was trying to disprove the common belief (at that time) that bismuth was the element that gave glass a blue color. Mr. Brandt was successful in his quest when he happened upon cobalt.


Cobalt is generally bivalent or trivalent. So either Cobalt (II) or Cobalt (III).


There are a few things that are cobalt. The earth's core and the land is cobalt. There are a few things that are cobalt. You can buy a cobalt boat or a car.


Cobalt Chloride, Cobalt Nitrate


Cobalt oxides are: cobalt(I) oxide, cobalt(II) oxide and cobalt(II,III) oxide.


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There is no reason at all why cobalt cannot be combined with more cobalt. It can. Cobalt is a metal. It can be recovered from ore and refined, then melted down with other cobalt pieces to form one large mass of the metal.



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