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E-mail address Johnny D. Turnboe II - 2/28/2006 10:07:37 PM

Can you tell me the cost for ONE gram of Fluorine

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E-mail address nicky - 2/28/2006 10:29:21 AM

how did fluorine gets its name and where on earth can you get it?

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E-mail address mEgaN - 2/23/2006 11:26:07 PM

what is the cost of one gram of fluorine?who was it discovered by?what are 6facts about flourine?what is the origin of its name?ineed to know now!!!

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anonymous - 2/7/2006 9:52:58 PM

  E-mail address genna - 1/29/2006 5:26:57 PM
  How much Does fluorine cost?

190$ for 100 grams, just like coke. And you mom! ;P

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E-mail address haley - 2/3/2006 3:57:09 AM

HOW MANY ELECTRONS NEUTRONS AND PROTONS DEIS FLOURINE HAVE IN IT

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E-mail address genna - 1/29/2006 5:26:57 PM

How much Does fluorine cost?

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E-mail address allen - 1/11/2006 4:47:59 AM

i need to know how does fluorine combine with other elements right now!!!!!!!

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E-mail address allen - 1/11/2006 4:46:14 AM

how does flourine combine with other elements?

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E-mail address alyssa - 1/2/2006 5:55:31 PM

does anybody know any interesting info on the element Fluorine?
NEED HELP QUICK 10 min speech and poster due in a couple hours!!!!!!!

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E-mail address Tim - 2/20/2005 9:00:33 PM

How much does Fluorine cost per pound?

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E-mail address vanessa - 2/18/2005 6:31:37 PM

what is the cost of fluorine?

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Mudge - 2/16/2005 8:55:34 PM

florine is not toxic

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Mudge - 2/16/2005 8:52:40 PM

  E-mail address mike - 12/9/2004 1:37:45 AM
  why is florine toxic and were dose it come from.why is it yellow and is it natraul in the earth

http://www.periodic-table.org.uk/el

http://www.findword.org/fl/florine.htmlement-fluorine.htm

that sould work

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E-mail address helllo - 2/15/2005 6:22:13 PM

  nerd in training - 2/12/2005 8:08:46 AM
  1. the noble gases are all un-reactive because their outer shells are filled to capacity
2. all the elements in a certain family have the same number of valence electrons
3. the atoms of elements decrease in size as you move to the right in the periodic table (because there are more protons added (causing the increase in atomic number) that attract the negative electrons in the shells, pulling the shells in tighter)
4.the atomic masses of each element are the weighted averages of all of that specific element's isotopes
5. each element has a specific, unique atomic spectrum (the element's finger print)
6. the first family is the most reactive metallic family
7. the number of elements in each period = the equivalent shell's capacity of electrons
you know what. this was good practive for me since i am a nerd in training. trying to uhhhh reform my grades and this was probably due at school today or sometime earlier this week and uhhhh i'm the real idiot (i've taken up doing my friend's hw for her) and i got to do my own homework now and you shouldn't go on aim any more. or talk on the phone. do your hw first. that's what my nerdy friend told me. i'm doing better. i might not have to repeat seventh grade again! good luck on your project.
(p.s. my friend is obsessed w/ Chris. she's making out with a pillow right now.)

enough already

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E-mail address helllo - 2/15/2005 6:19:11 PM

hello any1 know if florine has a color?

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anonymous - 2/13/2005 2:55:34 AM

  E-mail address lil'stokk - 5/7/2004 12:14:01 AM
  is fluorine flammable?

don't u read ur science book? yes it is flammable, as well as corrosive, toxic, and oxydizing.

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nerd in training - 2/12/2005 8:16:11 AM

  E-mail address samantha - 1/27/2005 5:03:12 PM
  when was it made and who made it its melting and boiling points, characteristics and properties and also uses of the element

Thank you,from samantha crebessa or u can chat with me on chat family .com
thank you

duh. nobody MAKES the elements. they all randomly came into existance after hydrogen was created.

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nerd in training - 2/12/2005 8:14:17 AM

  E-mail address amanda - 2/11/2005 5:56:37 AM
  how was fluorine discovered???
and is fluorine's outer shell full? happy?

no. it's not. it's in the halogen family so it has 7 valence electrons. not eight (eight = full capacity)

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nerd in training - 2/12/2005 8:08:46 AM

  Margaret - 2/7/2005 2:10:20 AM
  I NEED TO KNOW THAT TO...I have big project due tomorrow

1. the noble gases are all un-reactive because their outer shells are filled to capacity
2. all the elements in a certain family have the same number of valence electrons
3. the atoms of elements decrease in size as you move to the right in the periodic table (because there are more protons added (causing the increase in atomic number) that attract the negative electrons in the shells, pulling the shells in tighter)
4.the atomic masses of each element are the weighted averages of all of that specific element's isotopes
5. each element has a specific, unique atomic spectrum (the element's finger print)
6. the first family is the most reactive metallic family
7. the number of elements in each period = the equivalent shell's capacity of electrons
you know what. this was good practive for me since i am a nerd in training. trying to uhhhh reform my grades and this was probably due at school today or sometime earlier this week and uhhhh i'm the real idiot (i've taken up doing my friend's hw for her) and i got to do my own homework now and you shouldn't go on aim any more. or talk on the phone. do your hw first. that's what my nerdy friend told me. i'm doing better. i might not have to repeat seventh grade again! good luck on your project.
(p.s. my friend is obsessed w/ Chris. she's making out with a pillow right now.)

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E-mail address amanda - 2/11/2005 5:56:37 AM

how was fluorine discovered???
and is fluorine's outer shell full? happy?

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