Chemical Elements

Brandy Rodman

Mercury

Mercury is the 80th element on the Periodic Table.


Mercury is the only common metal liquid at ordinary temperatures. It is a rather poor conductor of heat as fair conductor of electricity. Mercury is a very volatile element, dangerous levels are readily attained in air. The danger increases at higher temperatures when in air.

Titanium

Titanium is the 22nd element on the Periodic Table.


Titanium minerals are quite common. The metal has low density, good , strength, and resistance. The metal burns in air and is the only element that can burn in nitrogen.

Neon

Neon is the 10th element on the Periodic Table.


Neon forms an unstable hydrate. The element glows reddish- orange. Neon gases is the most intense at its ordinary currents.