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E-mail address yo dude - 10/24/2006 1:45:57 AM

  E-mail address Kristin Smit - 5/22/2006 8:20:19 PM
  just look at hhttp://education.jlab.org/ click on student zone.....Table of elemnts....and at the top of the table of elements you will get alist of everything you need....I haven't found a thing they don't have! =)

atommic #=78 atomic mass=195.08

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E-mail address yo dude - 10/24/2006 1:45:02 AM

how much does platinum the element cost in ounces,grams e.t.c

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E-mail address Megan - 10/23/2006 3:00:32 AM

what are some good notes about Lewis Dot Diagrams? My teacher expects us to know without her telling us how to do it. ugh!

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KATIE - 10/22/2006 4:13:22 AM

HELP!! I NEED A DRAWING OF A LEWIS DOT DIAGRAM AND OF NUCLEUS AND ELECTRONS IN THEIR PROPER ENERGY LEVELS!

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jaden williams - 10/16/2006 2:42:37 AM

  EMILY - 9/26/2006 6:36:34 PM
  where did platinum get its name from?!?!?! tell me that!

it got its name from the spanish name platina

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blah - 10/9/2006 6:25:06 AM

  E-mail address monica starks - 3/9/2006 1:41:09 AM
  Uses of platnium? Atomic Mass? Atomic Number? Exact Melting and Boiling point? Exact Density? Group on the periodic Table? Whos Discovered Platnium? How was it named? What is its natural state? What is its Characteristics?

try wikpedia... doesnt have bohr model or lewis dot diagram... its got everything else

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blah - 10/9/2006 6:24:03 AM

  E-mail address Kristin Smit - 5/22/2006 8:20:19 PM
  just look at hhttp://education.jlab.org/ click on student zone.....Table of elemnts....and at the top of the table of elements you will get alist of everything you need....I haven't found a thing they don't have! =)

also try wikpedia... doesnt have bohr model or lewis dot diagram... its got everything else

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blah - 10/9/2006 6:22:22 AM

lewis dot diagram for copper?????

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blah - 10/9/2006 6:15:41 AM

  E-mail address tara - 9/24/2006 6:30:43 PM
  name one interesting factoid for the element copper its due tomorrow for physical science

There is more copper in a single dime, nickel, or quarter than in a penny.

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Jenn - 10/9/2006 1:12:10 AM

  E-mail address orlis hernandez - 10/5/2006 4:51:01 PM
  i need pics on platnium and an atom model of it

Go to ...

http://www.chemicalelements.com

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Jenn - 10/9/2006 1:10:41 AM

I need an interseting fact about Julius Scaliger.

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E-mail address orlis hernandez - 10/5/2006 4:51:01 PM

i need pics on platnium and an atom model of it

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E-mail address anonymous2 - 10/3/2006 1:57:39 AM

  EMILY - 9/26/2006 6:36:34 PM
  where did platinum get its name from?!?!?! tell me that!

pardon the anonymousness... from the spanish word "platina", meaning "little silver"

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EMILY - 9/26/2006 6:36:34 PM

where did platinum get its name from?!?!?! tell me that!

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E-mail address tara - 9/24/2006 6:30:43 PM

name one interesting factoid for the element copper its due tomorrow for physical science

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anonymous - 9/21/2006 9:05:48 PM

How do we get platinum

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E-mail address lightning - 9/20/2006 1:56:13 AM

  E-mail address abbie - 3/6/2006 11:42:46 PM
  OMG!!! THERE IS NO FREAKIN BOHR DIAGRAM OF SILVER ON THE ENTIRE INTERNET!! (if anyone knows where on is feel free to tell me)

go to google images and type in silver bohr model and click the first picture.

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E-mail address Kristin Smit - 5/22/2006 8:20:19 PM

  E-mail address monica starks - 3/9/2006 1:41:09 AM
  Uses of platnium? Atomic Mass? Atomic Number? Exact Melting and Boiling point? Exact Density? Group on the periodic Table? Whos Discovered Platnium? How was it named? What is its natural state? What is its Characteristics?

just look at hhttp://education.jlab.org/ click on student zone.....Table of elemnts....and at the top of the table of elements you will get alist of everything you need....I haven't found a thing they don't have! =)

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E-mail address real mad - 4/11/2006 3:31:54 AM

  case - 3/21/2006 3:07:41 AM
  go to http://www.chemicalelements.com/ for all bohr diagrams on ANY element

http://www.d230.org/stagg/periodictable/Na-Ag/elementspwm148.htm

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case - 3/21/2006 3:07:41 AM

go to http://www.chemicalelements.com/ for all bohr diagrams on ANY element

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