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E-mail address Sheyla - 3/17/2005 1:00:20 AM

i want to know how was it found and where was it found it just give you the person who dicovered it that is all so amybody finds out please email

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E-mail address Samantha - 3/15/2005 12:52:34 AM

  E-mail address Audrey - 3/5/2002 1:19:38 AM
  Got to www.elements.com and maybe that will help u. Or try www.calciuminfo.com that is what I did. Please e-mail me back. Thanx

I am trying to find a periodic table of elements with the atomic wieght, number of protons,and the symbol, what would be the best website for that? i have tried several different sites and did not get the results I was looking for. PLEASE HELP

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Robbin - 3/13/2005 2:46:59 AM

  E-mail address puppy lover : ) - 2/28/2005 3:04:37 AM
  help!

Calcium was discovered by Sir Humphrey Davy in 1808. calcium has 20 Protons, 20 Electrons and 20 Neutrons

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Robbin - 3/12/2005 10:10:32 PM

  E-mail address puppy lover : ) - 2/28/2005 3:04:37 AM
  help!

Calcium was discovered by Sir Humphrey Davy in 1808. calcium has 20 Protons, 20 Electrons and 20 Neutrons

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Kelsey - 3/12/2005 10:04:12 PM

  E-mail address anonymous - 3/9/2005 6:36:47 AM
  How was calcium discovered by Sir Humphry Davy?

http://www.woodrow.org/teachers/chemistry/institutes/1992/Davy.html
Try this. I hope it helps

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Kelsey - 3/12/2005 9:58:27 PM

  E-mail address ally - 3/3/2005 5:33:08 PM
  does any one know any interesting facts about calcium pleez letme know!

Calcium has 20 Neutrons, 20 Protons and 20 electrons

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Kelsey - 3/12/2005 9:55:36 PM

  E-mail address aaron kendall - 2/23/2005 9:29:14 PM
  how common is calcium

Calcium is the fifth most abundant element in the earth’s crust

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E-mail address anonymous - 3/9/2005 6:36:47 AM

How was calcium discovered by Sir Humphry Davy?

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E-mail address bre - 3/8/2005 11:56:13 PM

i need a story about calcium or a story that has a clacium problem i cant find one though canu help?

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bre - 3/8/2005 11:54:50 PM

  E-mail address miz d - 11/12/2003 8:12:04 PM
  Calcium is used for bones and it can be found in milk! U need cacium to grow or your bones will be weak! Holla c/05

calcium is found in lime stone it can not be mixed with any other metals, and it is in milk and dairy. and u need calcium to help your bones or u will be so weak u would not be abl to hold ur self up rightg!

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E-mail address ally - 3/3/2005 5:33:08 PM

does any one know any interesting facts about calcium pleez letme know!

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E-mail address puppy lover : ) - 2/28/2005 3:04:37 AM

  E-mail address puppy lover : ) - 2/28/2005 2:55:02 AM
  i need to know about any interesting facts of calcium

help!

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E-mail address puppy lover : ) - 2/28/2005 2:56:06 AM

  anonymous - 2/27/2005 4:41:29 PM
  1808

it was discovered by sir humphrey davy in 1808

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E-mail address puppy lover : ) - 2/28/2005 2:55:02 AM

i need to know about any interesting facts of calcium

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anonymous - 2/27/2005 4:41:29 PM

  E-mail address chase - 1/26/2005 3:53:55 AM
  when was calcium discovered?

1808

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anonymous - 2/27/2005 4:38:15 PM

  E-mail address aaron kendall - 2/23/2005 9:27:50 PM
  when was calcium discovered

1808

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anonymous - 2/27/2005 4:37:52 PM

  E-mail address aaron kendall - 2/23/2005 9:29:14 PM
  how common is calcium

5th

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anonymous - 2/27/2005 4:32:49 PM

  E-mail address hayley - 1/22/2005 12:20:28 PM
  i am doing a project and i need to know how many neutrons calcium contains
please help me

20

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E-mail address bree - 2/25/2005 1:51:12 AM

i need to know 3 elements of cacium and if they can combine with eachother? will they explode on contact with eachother? do they form similar compounds with similar prpoerties?

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E-mail address aaron kendall - 2/23/2005 9:29:14 PM

how common is calcium

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