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Brianna - 4/11/2006 6:01:37 PM

I'm 10 but I know alot about elements. I also love science so I love to learn more. I also have a report about Beryllium due next week.

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Krissie - 3/22/2006 4:14:41 AM

i need help on finding pictures from the periodic table.. but i need then to be indivially.. please help!

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E-mail address Jessie - 3/22/2006 1:07:21 AM

go to this web site it has basic info of beryllium and some pictures web1.caryacademy.org/.../StudentProjects/ ElementWebSites/beryllium/Basic%20information%20on%20beryllium.htm - 8k

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E-mail address Tanika McDaniel - 1/24/2006 1:26:18 AM

Beryllium was discovered in 1789 by a man named Nicolas Loius Vauquelin. It's an Alkaline Earth Metal and it's a solid and a metal.

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E-mail address Tanika McDaniel - 1/24/2006 1:21:34 AM

I'm only 13 but I know that if you subtract the atomic # from the atomic mass, you'll get the # of neutrons.The # of protons and electrons is the same as the atomic #. All of that is on an Atom of Beryllium.Beryllium's atomic # is 4 and the mass is 9.01218 but you round it so it's 9. There are 4 protons and 4 electrons because it's the atomic # is 4.There are 5 neutrons because you subtract 4(the atomic #)from 9(the atomic mass).It's in Group # 2 and Period # 2. That is on the Periodic Table.

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E-mail address Jayme - 1/21/2006 12:25:45 AM

  anonymous - 1/14/2005 4:02:01 AM
  I Really Need info I am going to fail 8 grade

well im only in 6 but i no alot about beryllium. 3 uses r x ray tubes, spark free tools,and spring the discover is sumthin wohler look it up on the web

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E-mail address Jayme - 1/12/2006 11:30:22 PM

  E-mail address Whitney - 10/6/2005 11:34:47 PM
  I have scinece project due next fri. and I need all the info I can get on the Calcium.

If properties mean uses then here is 3
*x-ray tubes
*watch springs
*spark-free tools

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E-mail address Jayme - 1/12/2006 11:23:39 PM

I had to do a science project on an element and i picked beryllium. I did my project and then i had to make a 3-d project out of the element we picked and luckly i picked a small # any way it was alot of fun learning about beryllium.

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E-mail address kristiana - 1/12/2006 4:09:40 AM

yea i need a picture of what all the elemnts can be made of. my paper is due next week. janurary 18 06. soo yea help me out

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E-mail address Danielle Ferguson - 12/7/2005 6:46:49 PM

I need pictures of beryllium that is not very small, I need a kinda large picture of the.

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E-mail address Whitney - 10/6/2005 11:34:47 PM

  E-mail address brianna - 4/8/2003 11:33:56 PM
  i ahve a scince project due on the 11th of aril and i need some pictures of the elemnt beryllium and i also need 3 propertys of the element

I have scinece project due next fri. and I need all the info I can get on the Calcium.

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E-mail address BMXlover - 3/8/2005 1:51:35 AM

  E-mail address brianna - 4/8/2003 11:33:56 PM
  i ahve a scince project due on the 11th of aril and i need some pictures of the elemnt beryllium and i also need 3 propertys of the element

you can findn that stuuff on
www.webelements.com
or
www.facts-about.org

-Hopefuully this will help
-=Hostile clan=-

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amy - 1/24/2005 9:45:46 PM

ineed pics of pure beryllium and ect!!!
please!!

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E-mail address Me - 1/17/2005 11:48:32 PM

I need some pictures and discriptions of the element beryllium!!

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anonymous - 1/14/2005 4:02:01 AM

I Really Need info I am going to fail 8 grade

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E-mail address jerome - 11/7/2004 9:45:40 PM

im working on a project and was trying to get some info on berylium

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E-mail address brianna - 4/8/2003 11:33:56 PM

i ahve a scince project due on the 11th of aril and i need some pictures of the elemnt beryllium and i also need 3 propertys of the element

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E-mail address Samantha - 10/14/2001 8:08:39 PM

I'm pressed for time. I need any info on beryllium. Mainly where it is most likely to be found in a large amount.

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E-mail address Bern - 5/2/2000 4:59:30 AM

I am doing a project on this element, i need two more infos;
how common is it on the eath or in living things; and what is it used for? If anyone could help with some info please R.A.S.A.P. THANKS!

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E-mail address ------- - 11/23/1999 2:42:33 AM

i have a chemistry report due and i need to find pictures of common objects that have beryllium in them. HELP ME!!!!!

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