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Nicole - 3/18/2010 7:28:33 PM

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Element and Symbol: Nickel is element 28 on the periodic table and has the sign (Ni). Nickel is placed in a group of elements called transmet.

History: Nickel is a silvery-white metal and has been around for a long time and has had many uses. Axel Cronstedt first discovered nickel in Stockholm, Sweden in 1751. Axel Constedt was a mining expert, chemist and a metallurgist. He has been mainly credited for his discovery of Nickel. Nickel started been used around 1859 as a copper-nickel Indian cent coin in the U.S.A. Later in 1885 the Nickel 3 cent coin was introduced in U.S.A and has remained every since. Nickel first started been used in 1889 in steel production which in effect increased the demand on Nickel.

Physical Properties: Nickels atomic volume is 6.59cm3 and its atomic weight is 58.71. Nickel melts at 1453C and boils at 2732C creating an extremely toxic gas. Nickel is naturally a solid on earth under the present conditions and stays so until the point were it melts. Nickel is very malleable and can be made into thin flexible metal sheets. Nickels density is 8.902 and it has 31 neutrons and of cause has 28 protons and electrons. Nickel resists corrosion even at high temperatures. Its structure is a face-centred cube.

Chemical Properties: Nickel, Iron and Cobalt are the only three known elements to be Ferro-magnetic when all three metals are together an unusually strong magnet is created. Nickel does not react with most elements including water. Nickel reacts with fluorine gas but only slowly which makes it a good storage container. Nickel also reacts with dilute sulphuric acid but once again only slowly.

Occurrence and Abundance: Nickel is a common element and 20 % of the earths core is made out of Nickel. The abundance of Nickel in the earths crust is 1.9 log (3%) but most of the Nickel on our planet is at its core. Over all Nickel is the fith most common element on our planet/

Uses: Since its discovery in 1751 it has had many uses coins, batteries, coins and even burger proof vaults. Nickel is also a very important element of stainless steel because it can resist corrosion even at high temperatures. Stainless steel was first made/created by Harry Bearly in 1913. Nickel also takes a hard poich.Element and Symbol: Nickel is element 28 on the periodic table and has the sign (Ni). Nickel is placed in a group of elements called transmet.

History: Nickel is a silvery-white metal and has been around for a long time and has had many uses. Axel Cronstedt first discovered nickel in Stockholm, Sweden in 1751. Axel Constedt was a mining expert, chemist and a metallurgist. He has been mainly credited for his discovery of Nickel. Nickel started been used around 1859 as a copper-nickel Indian cent coin in the U.S.A. Later in 1885 the Nickel 3 cent coin was introduced in U.S.A and has remained every since. Nickel first started been used in 1889 in steel production which in effect increased the demand on Nickel.

Physical Properties: Nickels atomic volume is 6.59cm3 and its atomic weight is 58.71. Nickel melts at 1453C and boils at 2732C creating an extremely toxic gas. Nickel is naturally a solid on earth under the present conditions and stays so until the point were it melts. Nickel is very malleable and can be made into thin flexible metal sheets. Nickels density is 8.902 and it has 31 neutrons and of cause has 28 protons and electrons. Nickel resists corrosion even at high temperatures. Its structure is a face-centred cube.

Chemical Properties: Nickel, Iron and Cobalt are the only three known elements to be Ferro-magnetic when all three metals are together an unusually strong magnet is created. Nickel does not react with most elements including water. Nickel reacts with fluorine gas but only slowly which makes it a good storage container. Nickel also reacts with dilute sulphuric acid but once again only slowly.

Occurrence and Abundance: Nickel is a common element and 20 % of the earths core is made out of Nickel. The abundance of Nickel in the earths crust is 1.9 log (3%) but most of the Nickel on our planet is at its core. Over all Nickel is the fith most common element on our planet/

Uses: Since its discovery in 1751 it has had many uses coins, batteries, coins and even burger proof vaults. Nickel is also a very important element of stainless steel because it can resist corrosion even at high temperatures. Stainless steel was first made/created by Harry Bearly in 1913. Nickel also takes a hard poich.Element and Symbol: Nickel is element 28 on the periodic table and has the sign (Ni). Nickel is placed in a group of elements called transmet.

History: Nickel is a silvery-white metal and has been around for a long time and has had many uses. Axel Cronstedt first discovered nickel in Stockholm, Sweden in 1751. Axel Constedt was a mining expert, chemist and a metallurgist. He has been mainly credited for his discovery of Nickel. Nickel started been used around 1859 as a copper-nickel Indian cent coin in the U.S.A. Later in 1885 the Nickel 3 cent coin was introduced in U.S.A and has remained every since. Nickel first started been used in 1889 in steel production which in effect increased the demand on Nickel.

Physical Properties: Nickels atomic volume is 6.59cm3 and its atomic weight is 58.71. Nickel melts at 1453C and boils at 2732C creating an extremely toxic gas. Nickel is naturally a solid on earth under the present conditions and stays so until the point were it melts. Nickel is very malleable and can be made into thin flexible metal sheets. Nickels density is 8.902 and it has 31 neutrons and of cause has 28 protons and electrons. Nickel resists corrosion even at high temperatures. Its structure is a face-centred cube.

Chemical Properties: Nickel, Iron and Cobalt are the only three known elements to be Ferro-magnetic when all three metals are together an unusually strong magnet is created. Nickel does not react with most elements including water. Nickel reacts with fluorine gas but only slowly which makes it a good storage container. Nickel also reacts with dilute sulphuric acid but once again only slowly.

Occurrence and Abundance: Nickel is a common element and 20 % of the earths core is made out of Nickel. The abundance of Nickel in the earths crust is 1.9 log (3%) but most of the Nickel on our planet is at its core. Over all Nickel is the fith most common element on our planet/

Uses: Since its discovery in 1751 it has had many uses coins, batteries, coins and even burger proof vaults. Nickel is also a very important element of stainless steel because it can resist corrosion even at high temperatures. Stainless steel was first made/created by Harry Bearly in 1913. Nickel also takes a hard poich.Element and Symbol: Nickel is element 28 on the periodic table and has the sign (Ni). Nickel is placed in a group of elements called transmet.

History: Nickel is a silvery-white metal and has been around for a long time and has had many uses. Axel Cronstedt first discovered nickel in Stockholm, Sweden in 1751. Axel Constedt was a mining expert, chemist and a metallurgist. He has been mainly credited for his discovery of Nickel. Nickel started been used around 1859 as a copper-nickel Indian cent coin in the U.S.A. Later in 1885 the Nickel 3 cent coin was introduced in U.S.A and has remained every since. Nickel first started been used in 1889 in steel production which in effect increased the demand on Nickel.

Physical Properties: Nickels atomic volume is 6.59cm3 and its atomic weight is 58.71. Nickel melts at 1453C and boils at 2732C creating an extremely toxic gas. Nickel is naturally a solid on earth under the present conditions and stays so until the point were it melts. Nickel is very malleable and can be made into thin flexible metal sheets. Nickels density is 8.902 and it has 31 neutrons and of cause has 28 protons and electrons. Nickel resists corrosion even at high temperatures. Its structure is a face-centred cube.

Chemical Properties: Nickel, Iron and Cobalt are the only three known elements to be Ferro-magnetic when all three metals are together an unusually strong magnet is created. Nickel does not react with most elements including water. Nickel reacts with fluorine gas but only slowly which makes it a good storage container. Nickel also reacts with dilute sulphuric acid but once again only slowly.

Occurrence and Abundance: Nickel is a common element and 20 % of the earths core is made out of Nickel. The abundance of Nickel in the earths crust is 1.9 log (3%) but most of the Nickel on our planet is at its core. Over all Nickel is the fith most common element on our planet/

Uses: Since its discovery in 1751 it has had many uses coins, batteries, coins and even burger proof vaults. Nickel is also a very important element of stainless steel because it can resist corrosion even at high temperatures. Stainless steel was first made/created by Harry Bearly in 1913. Nickel also takes a hard poich.Element and Symbol: Nickel is element 28 on the periodic table and has the sign (Ni). Nickel is placed in a group of elements called transmet.

History: Nickel is a silvery-white metal and has been around for a long time and has had many uses. Axel Cronstedt first discovered nickel in Stockholm, Sweden in 1751. Axel Constedt was a mining expert, chemist and a metallurgist. He has been mainly credited for his discovery of Nickel. Nickel started been used around 1859 as a copper-nickel Indian cent coin in the U.S.A. Later in 1885 the Nickel 3 cent coin was introduced in U.S.A and has remained every since. Nickel first started been used in 1889 in steel production which in effect increased the demand on Nickel.

Physical Properties: Nickels atomic volume is 6.59cm3 and its atomic weight is 58.71. Nickel melts at 1453C and boils at 2732C creating an extremely toxic gas. Nickel is naturally a solid on earth under the present conditions and stays so until the point were it melts. Nickel is very malleable and can be made into thin flexible metal sheets. Nickels density is 8.902 and it has 31 neutrons and of cause has 28 protons and electrons. Nickel resists corrosion even at high temperatures. Its structure is a face-centred cube.

Chemical Properties: Nickel, Iron and Cobalt are the only three known elements to be Ferro-magnetic when all three metals are together an unusually strong magnet is created. Nickel does not react with most elements including water. Nickel reacts with fluorine gas but only slowly which makes it a good storage container. Nickel also reacts with dilute sulphuric acid but once again only slowly.

Occurrence and Abundance: Nickel is a common element and 20 % of the earths core is made out of Nickel. The abundance of Nickel in the earths crust is 1.9 log (3%) but most of the Nickel on our planet is at its core. Over all Nickel is the fith most common element on our planet/

Uses: Since its discovery in 1751 it has had many uses coins, batteries, coins and even burger proof vaults. Nickel is also a very important element of stainless steel because it can resist corrosion even at high temperatures. Stainless steel was first made/created by Harry Bearly in 1913. Nickel also takes a hard poich.Element and Symbol: Nickel is element 28 on the periodic table and has the sign (Ni). Nickel is placed in a group of elements called transmet.

History: Nickel is a silvery-white metal and has been around for a long time and has had many uses. Axel Cronstedt first discovered nickel in Stockholm, Sweden in 1751. Axel Constedt was a mining expert, chemist and a metallurgist. He has been mainly credited for his discovery of Nickel. Nickel started been used around 1859 as a copper-nickel Indian cent coin in the U.S.A. Later in 1885 the Nickel 3 cent coin was introduced in U.S.A and has remained every since. Nickel first started been used in 1889 in steel production which in effect increased the demand on Nickel.

Physical Properties: Nickels atomic volume is 6.59cm3 and its atomic weight is 58.71. Nickel melts at 1453C and boils at 2732C creating an extremely toxic gas. Nickel is naturally a solid on earth under the present conditions and stays so until the point were it melts. Nickel is very malleable and can be made into thin flexible metal sheets. Nickels density is 8.902 and it has 31 neutrons and of cause has 28 protons and electrons. Nickel resists corrosion even at high temperatures. Its structure is a face-centred cube.

Chemical Properties: Nickel, Iron and Cobalt are the only three known elements to be Ferro-magnetic when all three metals are together an unusually strong magnet is created. Nickel does not react with most elements including water. Nickel reacts with fluorine gas but only slowly which makes it a good storage container. Nickel also reacts with dilute sulphuric acid but once again only slowly.

Occurrence and Abundance: Nickel is a common element and 20 % of the earths core is made out of Nickel. The abundance of Nickel in the earths crust is 1.9 log (3%) but most of the Nickel on our planet is at its core. Over all Nickel is the fith most common element on our planet/

Uses: Since its discovery in 1751 it has had many uses coins, batteries, coins and even burger proof vaults. Nickel is also a very important element of stainless steel because it can resist corrosion even at high temperatures. Stainless steel was first made/created by Harry Bearly in 1913. Nickel also takes a hard poich.Element and Symbol: Nickel is element 28 on the periodic table and has the sign (Ni). Nickel is placed in a group of elements called transmet.

History: Nickel is a silvery-white metal and has been around for a long time and has had many uses. Axel Cronstedt first discovered nickel in Stockholm, Sweden in 1751. Axel Constedt was a mining expert, chemist and a metallurgist. He has been mainly credited for his discovery of Nickel. Nickel started been used around 1859 as a copper-nickel Indian cent coin in the U.S.A. Later in 1885 the Nickel 3 cent coin was introduced in U.S.A and has remained every since. Nickel first started been used in 1889 in steel production which in effect increased the demand on Nickel.

Physical Properties: Nickels atomic volume is 6.59cm3 and its atomic weight is 58.71. Nickel melts at 1453C and boils at 2732C creating an extremely toxic gas. Nickel is naturally a solid on earth under the present conditions and stays so until the point were it melts. Nickel is very malleable and can be made into thin flexible metal sheets. Nickels density is 8.902 and it has 31 neutrons and of cause has 28 protons and electrons. Nickel resists corrosion even at high temperatures. Its structure is a face-centred cube.

Chemical Properties: Nickel, Iron and Cobalt are the only three known elements to be Ferro-magnetic when all three metals are together an unusually strong magnet is created. Nickel does not react with most elements including water. Nickel reacts with fluorine gas but only slowly which makes it a good storage container. Nickel also reacts with dilute sulphuric acid but once again only slowly.

Occurrence and Abundance: Nickel is a common element and 20 % of the earths core is made out of Nickel. The abundance of Nickel in the earths crust is 1.9 log (3%) but most of the Nickel on our planet is at its core. Over all Nickel is the fith most common element on our planet/

Uses: Since its discovery in 1751 it has had many uses coins, batteries, coins and even burger proof vaults. Nickel is also a very important element of stainless steel because it can resist corrosion even at high temperatures. Stainless steel was first made/created by Harry Bearly in 1913. Nickel also takes a hard poich.Element and Symbol: Nickel is element 28 on the periodic table and has the sign (Ni). Nickel is placed in a group of elements called transmet.

History: Nickel is a silvery-white metal and has been around for a long time and has had many uses. Axel Cronstedt first discovered nickel in Stockholm, Sweden in 1751. Axel Constedt was a mining expert, chemist and a metallurgist. He has been mainly credited for his discovery of Nickel. Nickel started been used around 1859 as a copper-nickel Indian cent coin in the U.S.A. Later in 1885 the Nickel 3 cent coin was introduced in U.S.A and has remained every since. Nickel first started been used in 1889 in steel production which in effect increased the demand on Nickel.

Physical Properties: Nickels atomic volume is 6.59cm3 and its atomic weight is 58.71. Nickel melts at 1453C and boils at 2732C creating an extremely toxic gas. Nickel is naturally a solid on earth under the present conditions and stays so until the point were it melts. Nickel is very malleable and can be made into thin flexible metal sheets. Nickels density is 8.902 and it has 31 neutrons and of cause has 28 protons and electrons. Nickel resists corrosion even at high temperatures. Its structure is a face-centred cube.

Chemical Properties: Nickel, Iron and Cobalt are the only three known elements to be Ferro-magnetic when all three metals are together an unusually strong magnet is created. Nickel does not react with most elements including water. Nickel reacts with fluorine gas but only slowly which makes it a good storage container. Nickel also reacts with dilute sulphuric acid but once again only slowly.

Occurrence and Abundance: Nickel is a common element and 20 % of the earths core is made out of Nickel. The abundance of Nickel in the earths crust is 1.9 log (3%) but most of the Nickel on our planet is at its core. Over all Nickel is the fith most common element on our planet/

Uses: Since its discovery in 1751 it has had many uses coins, batteries, coins and even burger proof vaults. Nickel is also a very important element of stainless steel because it can resist corrosion even at high temperatures. Stainless steel was first made/created by Harry Bearly in 1913. Nickel also takes a hard poich.Element and Symbol: Nickel is element 28 on the periodic table and has the sign (Ni). Nickel is placed in a group of elements called transmet.

History: Nickel is a silvery-white metal and has been around for a long time and has had many uses. Axel Cronstedt first discovered nickel in Stockholm, Sweden in 1751. Axel Constedt was a mining expert, chemist and a metallurgist. He has been mainly credited for his discovery of Nickel. Nickel started been used around 1859 as a copper-nickel Indian cent coin in the U.S.A. Later in 1885 the Nickel 3 cent coin was introduced in U.S.A and has remained every since. Nickel first started been used in 1889 in steel production which in effect increased the demand on Nickel.

Physical Properties: Nickels atomic volume is 6.59cm3 and its atomic weight is 58.71. Nickel melts at 1453C and boils at 2732C creating an extremely toxic gas. Nickel is naturally a solid on earth under the present conditions and stays so until the point were it melts. Nickel is very malleable and can be made into thin flexible metal sheets. Nickels density is 8.902 and it has 31 neutrons and of cause has 28 protons and electrons. Nickel resists corrosion even at high temperatures. Its structure is a face-centred cube.

Chemical Properties: Nickel, Iron and Cobalt are the only three known elements to be Ferro-magnetic when all three metals are together an unusually strong magnet is created. Nickel does not react with most elements including water. Nickel reacts with fluorine gas but only slowly which makes it a good storage container. Nickel also reacts with dilute sulphuric acid but once again only slowly.

Occurrence and Abundance: Nickel is a common element and 20 % of the earths core is made out of Nickel. The abundance of Nickel in the earths crust is 1.9 log (3%) but most of the Nickel on our planet is at its core. Over all Nickel is the fith most common element on our planet/

Uses: Since its discovery in 1751 it has had many uses coins, batteries, coins and even burger proof vaults. Nickel is also a very important element of stainless steel because it can resist corrosion even at high temperatures. Stainless steel was first made/created by Harry Bearly in 1913. Nickel also takes a hard poich.Element and Symbol: Nickel is element 28 on the periodic table and has the sign (Ni). Nickel is placed in a group of elements called transmet.

History: Nickel is a silvery-white metal and has been around for a long time and has had many uses. Axel Cronstedt first discovered nickel in Stockholm, Sweden in 1751. Axel Constedt was a mining expert, chemist and a metallurgist. He has been mainly credited for his discovery of Nickel. Nickel started been used around 1859 as a copper-nickel Indian cent coin in the U.S.A. Later in 1885 the Nickel 3 cent coin was introduced in U.S.A and has remained every since. Nickel first started been used in 1889 in steel production which in effect increased the demand on Nickel.

Physical Properties: Nickels atomic volume is 6.59cm3 and its atomic weight is 58.71. Nickel melts at 1453C and boils at 2732C creating an extremely toxic gas. Nickel is naturally a solid on earth under the present conditions and stays so until the point were it melts. Nickel is very malleable and can be made into thin flexible metal sheets. Nickels density is 8.902 and it has 31 neutrons and of cause has 28 protons and electrons. Nickel resists corrosion even at high temperatures. Its structure is a face-centred cube.

Chemical Properties: Nickel, Iron and Cobalt are the only three known elements to be Ferro-magnetic when all three metals are together an unusually strong magnet is created. Nickel does not react with most elements including water. Nickel reacts with fluorine gas but only slowly which makes it a good storage container. Nickel also reacts with dilute sulphuric acid but once again only slowly.

Occurrence and Abundance: Nickel is a common element and 20 % of the earths core is made out of Nickel. The abundance of Nickel in the earths crust is 1.9 log (3%) but most of the Nickel on our planet is at its core. Over all Nickel is the fith most common element on our planet/

Uses: Since its discovery in 1751 it has had many uses coins, batteries, coins and even burger proof vaults. Nickel is also a very important element of stainless steel because it can resist corrosion even at high temperatures. Stainless steel was first made/created by Harry Bearly in 1913. Nickel also takes a hard poich.Element and Symbol: Nickel is element 28 on the periodic table and has the sign (Ni). Nickel is placed in a group of elements called transmet.

History: Nickel is a silvery-white metal and has been around for a long time and has had many uses. Axel Cronstedt first discovered nickel in Stockholm, Sweden in 1751. Axel Constedt was a mining expert, chemist and a metallurgist. He has been mainly credited for his discovery of Nickel. Nickel started been used around 1859 as a copper-nickel Indian cent coin in the U.S.A. Later in 1885 the Nickel 3 cent coin was introduced in U.S.A and has remained every since. Nickel first started been used in 1889 in steel production which in effect increased the demand on Nickel.

Physical Properties: Nickels atomic volume is 6.59cm3 and its atomic weight is 58.71. Nickel melts at 1453C and boils at 2732C creating an extremely toxic gas. Nickel is naturally a solid on earth under the present conditions and stays so until the point were it melts. Nickel is very malleable and can be made into thin flexible metal sheets. Nickels density is 8.902 and it has 31 neutrons and of cause has 28 protons and electrons. Nickel resists corrosion even at high temperatures. Its structure is a face-centred cube.

Chemical Properties: Nickel, Iron and Cobalt are the only three known elements to be Ferro-magnetic when all three metals are together an unusually strong magnet is created. Nickel does not react with most elements including water. Nickel reacts with fluorine gas but only slowly which makes it a good storage container. Nickel also reacts with dilute sulphuric acid but once again only slowly.

Occurrence and Abundance: Nickel is a common element and 20 % of the earths core is made out of Nickel. The abundance of Nickel in the earths crust is 1.9 log (3%) but most of the Nickel on our planet is at its core. Over all Nickel is the fith most common element on our planet/

Uses: Since its discovery in 1751 it has had many uses coins, batteries, coins and even burger proof vaults. Nickel is also a very important element of stainless steel because it can resist corrosion even at high temperatures. Stainless steel was first made/created by Harry Bearly in 1913. Nickel also takes a hard poich.Element and Symbol: Nickel is element 28 on the periodic table and has the sign (Ni). Nickel is placed in a group of elements called transmet.

History: Nickel is a silvery-white metal and has been around for a long time and has had many uses. Axel Cronstedt first discovered nickel in Stockholm, Sweden in 1751. Axel Constedt was a mining expert, chemist and a metallurgist. He has been mainly credited for his discovery of Nickel. Nickel started been used around 1859 as a copper-nickel Indian cent coin in the U.S.A. Later in 1885 the Nickel 3 cent coin was introduced in U.S.A and has remained every since. Nickel first started been used in 1889 in steel production which in effect increased the demand on Nickel.

Physical Properties: Nickels atomic volume is 6.59cm3 and its atomic weight is 58.71. Nickel melts at 1453C and boils at 2732C creating an extremely toxic gas. Nickel is naturally a solid on earth under the present conditions and stays so until the point were it melts. Nickel is very malleable and can be made into thin flexible metal sheets. Nickels density is 8.902 and it has 31 neutrons and of cause has 28 protons and electrons. Nickel resists corrosion even at high temperatures. Its structure is a face-centred cube.

Chemical Properties: Nickel, Iron and Cobalt are the only three known elements to be Ferro-magnetic when all three metals are together an unusually strong magnet is created. Nickel does not react with most elements including water. Nickel reacts with fluorine gas but only slowly which makes it a good storage container. Nickel also reacts with dilute sulphuric acid but once again only slowly.

Occurrence and Abundance: Nickel is a common element and 20 % of the earths core is made out of Nickel. The abundance of Nickel in the earths crust is 1.9 log (3%) but most of the Nickel on our planet is at its core. Over all Nickel is the fith most common element on our planet/

Uses: Since its discovery in 1751 it has had many uses coins, batteries, coins and even burger proof vaults. Nickel is also a very important element of stainless steel because it can resist corrosion even at high temperatures. Stainless steel was first made/created by Harry Bearly in 1913. Nickel also takes a hard poich.Element and Symbol: Nickel is element 28 on the periodic table and has the sign (Ni). Nickel is placed in a group of elements called transmet.

History: Nickel is a silvery-white metal and has been around for a long time and has had many uses. Axel Cronstedt first discovered nickel in Stockholm, Sweden in 1751. Axel Constedt was a mining expert, chemist and a metallurgist. He has been mainly credited for his discovery of Nickel. Nickel started been used around 1859 as a copper-nickel Indian cent coin in the U.S.A. Later in 1885 the Nickel 3 cent coin was introduced in U.S.A and has remained every since. Nickel first started been used in 1889 in steel production which in effect increased the demand on Nickel.

Physical Properties: Nickels atomic volume is 6.59cm3 and its atomic weight is 58.71. Nickel melts at 1453C and boils at 2732C creating an extremely toxic gas. Nickel is naturally a solid on earth under the present conditions and stays so until the point were it melts. Nickel is very malleable and can be made into thin flexible metal sheets. Nickels density is 8.902 and it has 31 neutrons and of cause has 28 protons and electrons. Nickel resists corrosion even at high temperatures. Its structure is a face-centred cube.

Chemical Properties: Nickel, Iron and Cobalt are the only three known elements to be Ferro-magnetic when all three metals are together an unusually strong magnet is created. Nickel does not react with most elements including water. Nickel reacts with fluorine gas but only slowly which makes it a good storage container. Nickel also reacts with dilute sulphuric acid but once again only slowly.

Occurrence and Abundance: Nickel is a common element and 20 % of the earths core is made out of Nickel. The abundance of Nickel in the earths crust is 1.9 log (3%) but most of the Nickel on our planet is at its core. Over all Nickel is the fith most common element on our planet/

Uses: Since its discovery in 1751 it has had many uses coins, batteries, coins and even burger proof vaults. Nickel is also a very important element of stainless steel because it can resist corrosion even at high temperatures. Stainless steel was first made/created by Harry Bearly in 1913. Nickel also takes a hard poich.Element and Symbol: Nickel is element 28 on the periodic table and has the sign (Ni). Nickel is placed in a group of elements called transmet.

History: Nickel is a silvery-white metal and has been around for a long time and has had many uses. Axel Cronstedt first discovered nickel in Stockholm, Sweden in 1751. Axel Constedt was a mining expert, chemist and a metallurgist. He has been mainly credited for his discovery of Nickel. Nickel started been used around 1859 as a copper-nickel Indian cent coin in the U.S.A. Later in 1885 the Nickel 3 cent coin was introduced in U.S.A and has remained every since. Nickel first started been used in 1889 in steel production which in effect increased the demand on Nickel.

Physical Properties: Nickels atomic volume is 6.59cm3 and its atomic weight is 58.71. Nickel melts at 1453C and boils at 2732C creating an extremely toxic gas. Nickel is naturally a solid on earth under the present conditions and stays so until the point were it melts. Nickel is very malleable and can be made into thin flexible metal sheets. Nickels density is 8.902 and it has 31 neutrons and of cause has 28 protons and electrons. Nickel resists corrosion even at high temperatures. Its structure is a face-centred cube.

Chemical Properties: Nickel, Iron and Cobalt are the only three known elements to be Ferro-magnetic when all three metals are together an unusually strong magnet is created. Nickel does not react with most elements including water. Nickel reacts with fluorine gas but only slowly which makes it a good storage container. Nickel also reacts with dilute sulphuric acid but once again only slowly.

Occurrence and Abundance: Nickel is a common element and 20 % of the earths core is made out of Nickel. The abundance of Nickel in the earths crust is 1.9 log (3%) but most of the Nickel on our planet is at its core. Over all Nickel is the fith most common element on our planet/

Uses: Since its discovery in 1751 it has had many uses coins, batteries, coins and even burger proof vaults. Nickel is also a very important element of stainless steel because it can resist corrosion even at high temperatures. Stainless steel was first made/created by Harry Bearly in 1913. Nickel also takes a hard poich.Element and Symbol: Nickel is element 28 on the periodic table and has the sign (Ni). Nickel is placed in a group of elements called transmet.

History: Nickel is a silvery-white metal and has been around for a long time and has had many uses. Axel Cronstedt first discovered nickel in Stockholm, Sweden in 1751. Axel Constedt was a mining expert, chemist and a metallurgist. He has been mainly credited for his discovery of Nickel. Nickel started been used around 1859 as a copper-nickel Indian cent coin in the U.S.A. Later in 1885 the Nickel 3 cent coin was introduced in U.S.A and has remained every since. Nickel first started been used in 1889 in steel production which in effect increased the demand on Nickel.

Physical Properties: Nickels atomic volume is 6.59cm3 and its atomic weight is 58.71. Nickel melts at 1453C and boils at 2732C creating an extremely toxic gas. Nickel is naturally a solid on earth under the present conditions and stays so until the point were it melts. Nickel is very malleable and can be made into thin flexible metal sheets. Nickels density is 8.902 and it has 31 neutrons and of cause has 28 protons and electrons. Nickel resists corrosion even at high temperatures. Its structure is a face-centred cube.

Chemical Properties: Nickel, Iron and Cobalt are the only three known elements to be Ferro-magnetic when all three metals are together an unusually strong magnet is created. Nickel does not react with most elements including water. Nickel reacts with fluorine gas but only slowly which makes it a good storage container. Nickel also reacts with dilute sulphuric acid but once again only slowly.

Occurrence and Abundance: Nickel is a common element and 20 % of the earths core is made out of Nickel. The abundance of Nickel in the earths crust is 1.9 log (3%) but most of the Nickel on our planet is at its core. Over all Nickel is the fith most common element on our planet/

Uses: Since its discovery in 1751 it has had many uses coins, batteries, coins and even burger proof vaults. Nickel is also a very important element of stainless steel because it can resist corrosion even at high temperatures. Stainless steel was first made/created by Harry Bearly in 1913. Nickel also takes a hard poich.Element and Symbol: Nickel is element 28 on the periodic table and has the sign (Ni). Nickel is placed in a group of elements called transmet.

History: Nickel is a silvery-white metal and has been around for a long time and has had many uses. Axel Cronstedt first discovered nickel in Stockholm, Sweden in 1751. Axel Constedt was a mining expert, chemist and a metallurgist. He has been mainly credited for his discovery of Nickel. Nickel started been used around 1859 as a copper-nickel Indian cent coin in the U.S.A. Later in 1885 the Nickel 3 cent coin was introduced in U.S.A and has remained every since. Nickel first started been used in 1889 in steel production which in effect increased the demand on Nickel.

Physical Properties: Nickels atomic volume is 6.59cm3 and its atomic weight is 58.71. Nickel melts at 1453C and boils at 2732C creating an extremely toxic gas. Nickel is naturally a solid on earth under the present conditions and stays so until the point were it melts. Nickel is very malleable and can be made into thin flexible metal sheets. Nickels density is 8.902 and it has 31 neutrons and of cause has 28 protons and electrons. Nickel resists corrosion even at high temperatures. Its structure is a face-centred cube.

Chemical Properties: Nickel, Iron and Cobalt are the only three known elements to be Ferro-magnetic when all three metals are together an unusually strong magnet is created. Nickel does not react with most elements including water. Nickel reacts with fluorine gas but only slowly which makes it a good storage container. Nickel also reacts with dilute sulphuric acid but once again only slowly.

Occurrence and Abundance: Nickel is a common element and 20 % of the earths core is made out of Nickel. The abundance of Nickel in the earths crust is 1.9 log (3%) but most of the Nickel on our planet is at its core. Over all Nickel is the fith most common element on our planet/

Uses: Since its discovery in 1751 it has had many uses coins, batteries, coins and even burger proof vaults. Nickel is also a very important element of stainless steel because it can resist corrosion even at high temperatures. Stainless steel was first made/created by Harry Bearly in 1913. Nickel also takes a hard poich.Element and Symbol: Nickel is element 28 on the periodic table and has the sign (Ni). Nickel is placed in a group of elements called transmet.

History: Nickel is a silvery-white metal and has been around for a long time and has had many uses. Axel Cronstedt first discovered nickel in Stockholm, Sweden in 1751. Axel Constedt was a mining expert, chemist and a metallurgist. He has been mainly credited for his discovery of Nickel. Nickel started been used around 1859 as a copper-nickel Indian cent coin in the U.S.A. Later in 1885 the Nickel 3 cent coin was introduced in U.S.A and has remained every since. Nickel first started been used in 1889 in steel production which in effect increased the demand on Nickel.

Physical Properties: Nickels atomic volume is 6.59cm3 and its atomic weight is 58.71. Nickel melts at 1453C and boils at 2732C creating an extremely toxic gas. Nickel is naturally a solid on earth under the present conditions and stays so until the point were it melts. Nickel is very malleable and can be made into thin flexible metal sheets. Nickels density is 8.902 and it has 31 neutrons and of cause has 28 protons and electrons. Nickel resists corrosion even at high temperatures. Its structure is a face-centred cube.

Chemical Properties: Nickel, Iron and Cobalt are the only three known elements to be Ferro-magnetic when all three metals are together an unusually strong magnet is created. Nickel does not react with most elements including water. Nickel reacts with fluorine gas but only slowly which makes it a good storage container. Nickel also reacts with dilute sulphuric acid but once again only slowly.

Occurrence and Abundance: Nickel is a common element and 20 % of the earths core is made out of Nickel. The abundance of Nickel in the earths crust is 1.9 log (3%) but most of the Nickel on our planet is at its core. Over all Nickel is the fith most common element on our planet/

Uses: Since its discovery in 1751 it has had many uses coins, batteries, coins and even burger proof vaults. Nickel is also a very important element of stainless steel because it can resist corrosion even at high temperatures. Stainless steel was first made/created by Harry Bearly in 1913. Nickel also takes a hard poich.Element and Symbol: Nickel is element 28 on the periodic table and has the sign (Ni). Nickel is placed in a group of elements called transmet.

History: Nickel is a silvery-white metal and has been around for a long time and has had many uses. Axel Cronstedt first discovered nickel in Stockholm, Sweden in 1751. Axel Constedt was a mining expert, chemist and a metallurgist. He has been mainly credited for his discovery of Nickel. Nickel started been used around 1859 as a copper-nickel Indian cent coin in the U.S.A. Later in 1885 the Nickel 3 cent coin was introduced in U.S.A and has remained every since. Nickel first started been used in 1889 in steel production which in effect increased the demand on Nickel.

Physical Properties: Nickels atomic volume is 6.59cm3 and its atomic weight is 58.71. Nickel melts at 1453C and boils at 2732C creating an extremely toxic gas. Nickel is naturally a solid on earth under the present conditions and stays so until the point were it melts. Nickel is very malleable and can be made into thin flexible metal sheets. Nickels density is 8.902 and it has 31 neutrons and of cause has 28 protons and electrons. Nickel resists corrosion even at high temperatures. Its structure is a face-centred cube.

Chemical Properties: Nickel, Iron and Cobalt are the only three known elements to be Ferro-magnetic when all three metals are together an unusually strong magnet is created. Nickel does not react with most elements including water. Nickel reacts with fluorine gas but only slowly which makes it a good storage container. Nickel also reacts with dilute sulphuric acid but once again only slowly.

Occurrence and Abundance: Nickel is a common element and 20 % of the earths core is made out of Nickel. The abundance of Nickel in the earths crust is 1.9 log (3%) but most of the Nickel on our planet is at its core. Over all Nickel is the fith most common element on our planet/

Uses: Since its discovery in 1751 it has had many uses coins, batteries, coins and even burger proof vaults. Nickel is also a very important element of stainless steel because it can resist corrosion even at high temperatures. Stainless steel was first made/created by Harry Bearly in 1913. Nickel also takes a hard poich.Element and Symbol: Nickel is element 28 on the periodic table and has the sign (Ni). Nickel is placed in a group of elements called transmet.

History: Nickel is a silvery-white metal and has been around for a long time and has had many uses. Axel Cronstedt first discovered nickel in Stockholm, Sweden in 1751. Axel Constedt was a mining expert, chemist and a metallurgist. He has been mainly credited for his discovery of Nickel. Nickel started been used around 1859 as a copper-nickel Indian cent coin in the U.S.A. Later in 1885 the Nickel 3 cent coin was introduced in U.S.A and has remained every since. Nickel first started been used in 1889 in steel production which in effect increased the demand on Nickel.

Physical Properties: Nickels atomic volume is 6.59cm3 and its atomic weight is 58.71. Nickel melts at 1453C and boils at 2732C creating an extremely toxic gas. Nickel is naturally a solid on earth under the present conditions and stays so until the point were it melts. Nickel is very malleable and can be made into thin flexible metal sheets. Nickels density is 8.902 and it has 31 neutrons and of cause has 28 protons and electrons. Nickel resists corrosion even at high temperatures. Its structure is a face-centred cube.

Chemical Properties: Nickel, Iron and Cobalt are the only three known elements to be Ferro-magnetic when all three metals are together an unusually strong magnet is created. Nickel does not react with most elements including water. Nickel reacts with fluorine gas but only slowly which makes it a good storage container. Nickel also reacts with dilute sulphuric acid but once again only slowly.

Occurrence and Abundance: Nickel is a common element and 20 % of the earths core is made out of Nickel. The abundance of Nickel in the earths crust is 1.9 log (3%) but most of the Nickel on our planet is at its core. Over all Nickel is the fith most common element on our planet/

Uses: Since its discovery in 1751 it has had many uses coins, batteries, coins and even burger proof vaults. Nickel is also a very important element of stainless steel because it can resist corrosion even at high temperatures. Stainless steel was first made/created by Harry Bearly in 1913. Nickel also takes a hard poich.Element and Symbol: Nickel is element 28 on the periodic table and has the sign (Ni). Nickel is placed in a group of elements called transmet.

History: Nickel is a silvery-white metal and has been around for a long time and has had many uses. Axel Cronstedt first discovered nickel in Stockholm, Sweden in 1751. Axel Constedt was a mining expert, chemist and a metallurgist. He has been mainly credited for his discovery of Nickel. Nickel started been used around 1859 as a copper-nickel Indian cent coin in the U.S.A. Later in 1885 the Nickel 3 cent coin was introduced in U.S.A and has remained every since. Nickel first started been used in 1889 in steel production which in effect increased the demand on Nickel.

Physical Properties: Nickels atomic volume is 6.59cm3 and its atomic weight is 58.71. Nickel melts at 1453C and boils at 2732C creating an extremely toxic gas. Nickel is naturally a solid on earth under the present conditions and stays so until the point were it melts. Nickel is very malleable and can be made into thin flexible metal sheets. Nickels density is 8.902 and it has 31 neutrons and of cause has 28 protons and electrons. Nickel resists corrosion even at high temperatures. Its structure is a face-centred cube.

Chemical Properties: Nickel, Iron and Cobalt are the only three known elements to be Ferro-magnetic when all three metals are together an unusually strong magnet is created. Nickel does not react with most elements including water. Nickel reacts with fluorine gas but only slowly which makes it a good storage container. Nickel also reacts with dilute sulphuric acid but once again only slowly.

Occurrence and Abundance: Nickel is a common element and 20 % of the earths core is made out of Nickel. The abundance of Nickel in the earths crust is 1.9 log (3%) but most of the Nickel on our planet is at its core. Over all Nickel is the fith most common element on our planet/

Uses: Since its discovery in 1751 it has had many uses coins, batteries, coins and even burger proof vaults. Nickel is also a very important element of stainless steel because it can resist corrosion even at high temperatures. Stainless steel was first made/created by Harry Bearly in 1913. Nickel also takes a hard poich.Element and Symbol: Nickel is element 28 on the periodic table and has the sign (Ni). Nickel is placed in a group of elements called transmet.

History: Nickel is a silvery-white metal and has been around for a long time and has had many uses. Axel Cronstedt first discovered nickel in Stockholm, Sweden in 1751. Axel Constedt was a mining expert, chemist and a metallurgist. He has been mainly credited for his discovery of Nickel. Nickel started been used around 1859 as a copper-nickel Indian cent coin in the U.S.A. Later in 1885 the Nickel 3 cent coin was introduced in U.S.A and has remained every since. Nickel first started been used in 1889 in steel production which in effect increased the demand on Nickel.

Physical Properties: Nickels atomic volume is 6.59cm3 and its atomic weight is 58.71. Nickel melts at 1453C and boils at 2732C creating an extremely toxic gas. Nickel is naturally a solid on earth under the present conditions and stays so until the point were it melts. Nickel is very malleable and can be made into thin flexible metal sheets. Nickels density is 8.902 and it has 31 neutrons and of cause has 28 protons and electrons. Nickel resists corrosion even at high temperatures. Its structure is a face-centred cube.

Chemical Properties: Nickel, Iron and Cobalt are the only three known elements to be Ferro-magnetic when all three metals are together an unusually strong magnet is created. Nickel does not react with most elements including water. Nickel reacts with fluorine gas but only slowly which makes it a good storage container. Nickel also reacts with dilute sulphuric acid but once again only slowly.

Occurrence and Abundance: Nickel is a common element and 20 % of the earths core is made out of Nickel. The abundance of Nickel in the earths crust is 1.9 log (3%) but most of the Nickel on our planet is at its core. Over all Nickel is the fith most common element on our planet/

Uses: Since its discovery in 1751 it has had many uses coins, batteries, coins and even burger proof vaults. Nickel is also a very important element of stainless steel because it can resist corrosion even at high temperatures. Stainless steel was first made/created by Harry Bearly in 1913. Nickel also takes a hard poich.

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Nick - 1/11/2010 12:15:20 AM

Element and Symbol: Nickel is element 28 on the periodic table and has the sign (Ni). Nickel is placed in a group of elements called transmet.

History: Nickel is a silvery-white metal and has been around for a long time and has had many uses. Axel Cronstedt first discovered nickel in Stockholm, Sweden in 1751. Axel Constedt was a mining expert, chemist and a metallurgist. He has been mainly credited for his discovery of Nickel. Nickel started been used around 1859 as a copper-nickel Indian cent coin in the U.S.A. Later in 1885 the Nickel 3 cent coin was introduced in U.S.A and has remained every since. Nickel first started been used in 1889 in steel production which in effect increased the demand on Nickel.

Physical Properties: Nickels atomic volume is 6.59cm3 and its atomic weight is 58.71. Nickel melts at 1453C and boils at 2732C creating an extremely toxic gas. Nickel is naturally a solid on earth under the present conditions and stays so until the point were it melts. Nickel is very malleable and can be made into thin flexible metal sheets. Nickels density is 8.902 and it has 31 neutrons and of cause has 28 protons and electrons. Nickel resists corrosion even at high temperatures. Its structure is a face-centred cube.

Chemical Properties: Nickel, Iron and Cobalt are the only three known elements to be Ferro-magnetic when all three metals are together an unusually strong magnet is created. Nickel does not react with most elements including water. Nickel reacts with fluorine gas but only slowly which makes it a good storage container. Nickel also reacts with dilute sulphuric acid but once again only slowly.

Occurrence and Abundance: Nickel is a common element and 20 % of the earths core is made out of Nickel. The abundance of Nickel in the earths crust is 1.9 log (3%) but most of the Nickel on our planet is at its core. Over all Nickel is the fith most common element on our planet/

Uses: Since its discovery in 1751 it has had many uses coins, batteries, coins and even burger proof vaults. Nickel is also a very important element of stainless steel because it can resist corrosion even at high temperatures. Stainless steel was first made/created by Harry Bearly in 1913. Nickel also takes a hard poich.

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kiela - 12/18/2009 5:18:09 AM

hey what family dose nickel belong in ?

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anonymous - 12/9/2009 7:56:46 PM

  E-mail address rebeccastaley - 12/4/2009 6:07:22 PM
  what is the normal phase if nickel

solid

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E-mail address rebeccastaley - 12/4/2009 6:07:22 PM

what is the normal phase if nickel

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anonymous - 11/23/2009 12:06:18 AM

what is the freezing point of a nickel? I need to know for a project

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E-mail address ShaJuan - 11/15/2009 12:27:02 AM

I need a slogan for the element nickel. This is 75% of my grade so please help me out here!

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E-mail address kevin .L palmer - 11/12/2009 10:16:58 PM

how do you figger out the normale state of nickel

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kendra - 11/12/2009 12:37:12 AM

  ur mom - 10/27/2005 4:31:01 AM
  whats nickels family called

i think the transition metal family.

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E-mail address manisha - 10/30/2009 1:26:02 AM

  Whitney - 4/2/2009 1:17:52 AM
  i am studying nickel for my science class and from what i have learned... nickel is a solid at room temperature. The boiling point is 5275 degrees fahrenheit and the melting point is 2651 degrees fahrenheit. I am still learning, but that is some information i have already got graded on...Good luck. :)

what did you get for it?

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E-mail address manisha - 10/30/2009 1:24:42 AM

what is the price of a nickel per gram?

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E-mail address shalay - 10/29/2009 2:13:00 PM

  E-mail address kristen - 1/4/2005 4:28:05 AM
  it has 2 valence electrons

it has 72

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anonymous - 10/14/2009 8:58:45 PM

how many protons are in nickel

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E-mail address Crystal Farish - 10/13/2009 11:53:33 PM

I need a goos slogan for my project the element is Nickel i need it sooo badd my project is due tomorrow!

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E-mail address Crystal Farish - 10/8/2009 5:08:41 AM

What family does the element NIckle belong in?

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E-mail address MILAN DAVE - 7/11/2009 1:44:19 PM

i'm doing project on eliment nickle..and i want to know it's USES,PROPERTY and all THE PROCEDURE THAT HOW TO MAKE IT

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E-mail address Arland - 5/27/2009 12:55:36 PM

  anonymous - 12/11/2005 10:12:47 PM
  how much does a gram of nickel cost??????????????????

Element and Symbol: Nickel is element 28 on the periodic table and has the sign (Ni). Nickel is placed in a group of elements called transmet.

History: Nickel is a silvery-white metal and has been around for a long time and has had many uses. Axel Cronstedt first discovered nickel in Stockholm, Sweden in 1751. Axel Constedt was a mining expert, chemist and a metallurgist. He has been mainly credited for his discovery of Nickel. Nickel started been used around 1859 as a copper-nickel Indian cent coin in the U.S.A. Later in 1885 the Nickel 3 cent coin was introduced in U.S.A and has remained every since. Nickel first started been used in 1889 in steel production which in effect increased the demand on Nickel.

Physical Properties: Nickels atomic volume is 6.59cm3 and its atomic weight is 58.71. Nickel melts at 1453C and boils at 2732C creating an extremely toxic gas. Nickel is naturally a solid on earth under the present conditions and stays so until the point were it melts. Nickel is very malleable and can be made into thin flexible metal sheets. Nickels density is 8.902 and it has 31 neutrons and of cause has 28 protons and electrons. Nickel resists corrosion even at high temperatures. Its structure is a face-centred cube.

Chemical Properties: Nickel, Iron and Cobalt are the only three known elements to be Ferro-magnetic when all three metals are together an unusually strong magnet is created. Nickel does not react with most elements including water. Nickel reacts with fluorine gas but only slowly which makes it a good storage container. Nickel also reacts with dilute sulphuric acid but once again only slowly.

Occurrence and Abundance: Nickel is a common element and 20 % of the earths core is made out of Nickel. The abundance of Nickel in the earths crust is 1.9 log (3%) but most of the Nickel on our planet is at its core. Over all Nickel is the fith most common element on our planet/

Uses: Since its discovery in 1751 it has had many uses coins, batteries, coins and even burger proof vaults. Nickel is also a very important element of stainless steel because it can resist corrosion even at high temperatures. Stainless steel was first made/created by Harry Bearly in 1913. Nickel also takes a hard poich.

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anonymous - 5/17/2009 11:20:11 PM

how much does nickel cost i need to know for a report im doing

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E-mail address Timisha - 5/3/2009 8:36:27 PM

i need to know a slogan for nickel

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E-mail address jem - 4/24/2009 4:36:08 PM

i need ti know how many portons are in each 10 of the elemts can someone help me

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E-mail address jr - 4/20/2009 5:04:39 AM

what is the normal phase of nickel

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Whitney - 4/2/2009 1:24:34 AM

oooooooooooo special... haha my bad. here is something my personal teacher tought me...The specific electrical resistance, absolute thermo-emf, Hall coefficient, thermal conductivity, and paramagnetic susceptibility of Co2Si-Ni2Si solid solutions are given as functions of temperature (80–350K). An explanation is offered for the anomalous concentration dependence of all these properties on the basis of interband s d transitions. The properties of the alloys with compositions close to Ni2Si are explained on the basis of the linear-correspondence model.
Translated from Izvestiya Vysshikh Uchebnykh Zavedenii, Fizika, No. 5, pp. 50–53, May, 1974... if you figure this out in smaller words it talks about the characteristics of nickel. at first i didnt understand either, but i eventuall got it.. haha good luck ashley! :)

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Whitney - 4/2/2009 1:17:52 AM

  E-mail address Ashley - 10/18/2005 3:49:17 AM
  Does nickel have any special characteristics? Please answer me fast. Its due on wednesday! My report! I need desperate help!

i am studying nickel for my science class and from what i have learned... nickel is a solid at room temperature. The boiling point is 5275 degrees fahrenheit and the melting point is 2651 degrees fahrenheit. I am still learning, but that is some information i have already got graded on...Good luck. :)

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E-mail address daisy - 3/30/2009 10:38:37 PM

i really need to know 3 fun facts on nickel!

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E-mail address *dEeGeE* - 3/19/2009 11:25:18 PM

how much does a nickel cost per gram?..need 2 kno..pleaze

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E-mail address courtney - 3/19/2009 7:57:41 PM

what is ai slogan for nickel?

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noname - 3/19/2009 1:02:25 AM

anyone knoe a slogan for nickel . i rely need it for school or i'm going to stay back and ugh just plexz help mee ! :[ I'm like stressing out . plxz help me

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E-mail address fgdh - 3/13/2009 1:30:17 AM

  anonymous - 12/2/2008 11:39:38 PM
  5 cents

no its 6 cents a pound

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E-mail address fgdh - 3/11/2009 12:03:00 AM

the cost for nickel is 6 cents a pound

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