SDS Sheet

of the element Romano Natale

Important details

Atomic mass: 1706.33337

Discovered by: Kelly and Anthony Natale

Occurrence: found mainly in cold places but small deposits are found around the world including Texas and Italy

Physical properties

Surface properties: turns tan when it hits oxygen originally red inside

Boils and begins to melt in 80 Fahrenheit or higher

Can become dangerous if put next to a weapon of any kind

Forms at 32degrees or lower in a rock that has holes which allows moisture in

Becomes unwieldy when put into a lake or ocean and will dry up any water and replace it with itself

DO NOT KEEP OUTSIDE DURING THE SUMMER IF OVER A HUNDRED DEGREES. ELEMENT WILL CREATE A NUCLEAR BLAST!!!!!

Chemical properties

  1. Is repelled by water
  2. Is attracted to CMOS censors on cameras
  3. May explode when over 100 degrees
  4. Requires double the amount of sodium than itself to destroy
  5. Is inert after being in 90 degrees for over an hour
  6. Will repel other similar elements
  7. Is impervious to breaking through force