Helium (He) AN-2 and AM-4.00260

$5.20 per gram

Why should Balloons have all the fun?

You deserve to have some too.

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Just a few reasons why it's so special.

1. Helium is the second most abundant element in the Universe

2. The element is so light that Earth's gravity is not strong enough to hold on to it

3. It was discovered in the sun's atmosphere before it was found on Earth

4. Helium has been available on the open market since 1928

5. It is one of only two natural elements that has never been observed bonding to another element in a compound

6. Want to make a sick one feel better? want to celebrate a special someone's birthday? what better way to do both of those things than sending them a ballon or two?

7. Ever heard someone speak or sing while on Helium? Get ready for the chuckle of your life!

References Down Below!



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