BY: Alexandria carlton
- "heavy stone" form a Swedish word
- Fausto and Juan Jose De Elhuyar discovered "Tungusten" in 1738
- The chemical symbol is w for its real name "wolfram"
LOOK OUT FOR
- A silvery-white
- Atomic number 74
- Temperature it melts at (3,410 c)
Bohr diagram of Tungsten
# of protons: 74
# of neutrons: 110
# of electrons: 74
First arresting officer
It was discovered by two brothers named Fausto and Juan Jose De Elhuyar in 1738. Fausto and Juan were chemist and mineralogist in Spain.
Report of the first arrest
Tungsten was found when Fausto and Juan when they went to the School of Mining and the University of Uppsala.
Tungsten was last seen with group 6 found in china and Canada.
Tungsten is generally stable in it's state
- Knapp, Brian. Potassium to Zirconium. Danbury, CT: Grolier Educational, 2002. Print.
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