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E-mail address anonymous - 10/2/2005 4:03:19 PM

please someone answer my project on calcium is due monday!!!!! i need to know what is the number of electrons on the second outer band of calcium, and also how many are on the third outer band!!!!!

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E-mail address anonymous - 10/2/2005 3:56:58 PM

what is the number of neutrons on the 2nd outer band of calcium, and on the third?please answer!!!

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E-mail address anonymous - 10/2/2005 3:53:12 PM

  E-mail address Keke Lanehart - 9/20/2005 5:16:45 AM
  Can someone tell me what website or where to find the orgin of the chemical symbols W,K,Na,Ag,and Au? PLEASE respond a.s.a.p....... project do 1st period tomorrow!!!!

um try to find a periodic table in google!!! thats were i found mine!!!

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E-mail address anonymous - 10/2/2005 3:50:39 PM

  yoyo - 9/25/2005 11:04:19 PM
  WWW.eunits.com
www.about.com
you will find it there!!!

what do you need for the boiling and freezing point, the definition?

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E-mail address anonymous - 10/2/2005 3:49:24 PM

what does the element for calcium look like?please soeone answer for my project!!!

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yoyo - 9/25/2005 11:04:19 PM

  E-mail address Michelle - 9/5/2005 11:09:09 PM
  I can never find anything on calcium that i need to know from school projects or anything... I am looking for the many uses of it and i cant find it anywhere... I am also looking for the boiling and freezing point and i cant find it anywhere.

WWW.eunits.com
www.about.com
you will find it there!!!

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E-mail address Keke Lanehart - 9/20/2005 5:16:45 AM

Can someone tell me what website or where to find the orgin of the chemical symbols W,K,Na,Ag,and Au? PLEASE respond a.s.a.p....... project do 1st period tomorrow!!!!

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E-mail address Taylor - 9/18/2005 8:02:17 PM

  E-mail address ashyra - 5/22/2005 7:24:03 AM
  Sir Humphrey Davy in 1808, but i don't know where.

it was discovered in England

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E-mail address mck05 - 9/11/2005 8:39:54 PM

i am lookin 4 info bout how calcium was discoverd its impossible

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E-mail address La verne Davis - 9/8/2005 11:48:45 PM

I have a paper due tomorrow about sodium can you help me.

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E-mail address Michelle - 9/5/2005 11:09:09 PM

I can never find anything on calcium that i need to know from school projects or anything... I am looking for the many uses of it and i cant find it anywhere... I am also looking for the boiling and freezing point and i cant find it anywhere.

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E-mail address jmmghmhgcjm - 8/27/2005 6:50:30 AM

  E-mail address ashyra - 5/22/2005 7:25:47 AM
  Sir Humphrey Davy in 1808, but i don't know when. WHAT IS CALCIUM'S ORIGIN NAME???

it comes from the latin word calcis meaning lime

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E-mail address cheneise - 6/2/2005 6:44:58 PM

i need to find out some interesting facts about calcium can u help me

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E-mail address karina - 6/2/2005 1:18:32 AM

wat is the complete electron sequence for calcium?

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E-mail address lozza - 5/30/2005 11:13:56 AM

does anyoneknow how calcium is extracted/obtained from nature?

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E-mail address ifgdgfdh - 5/30/2005 2:45:44 AM

need info on calcium real quick dew 2morrow tues 21 o5 plz help

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E-mail address chanelle - 5/26/2005 9:23:59 AM

you should have the chemical and physical properties exactly on this websit and historical aspecct of the discovery aspects.

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Nick Bolo - 5/25/2005 11:34:20 AM

  E-mail address jade - 4/5/2005 11:59:23 PM
  what is the number of neutrons

20 neutrons

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Nick Bolo - 5/25/2005 11:32:17 AM

  E-mail address Andrew Guilford - 10/26/2004 5:05:47 AM
  what is it's atomic mass?

40.078

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E-mail address ashyra - 5/22/2005 7:34:28 AM

DOES ANY BODY OUT THERE KNOW THE ORGIN ANME OF CALCIUM I HAVE A PROJECT DUE ON TUESDAY 5/24/05 HELPPPPPPPPPPPP!!!!!MEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!

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