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Don't be blue, buy some blue Cobalt instead!

Cobalt is a chemical element found in the earth's crust. Like Nickel, Cobalt is only found in a chemically combined form. Cobalt was discovered in the mid-early 18th century by George Brondt. However, uses of this element have dated back to the Bronze Age being used as a dye for its glamorous blue pigments.
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Thing you should know

* Metal
*Transition Metal
*Solid (At room temperature)

Wait... Cobalt can save lives?!

Yes it can! Due to its radioactivity, Cobalt can be used to kill, reduce, or diminish malignant cells. One of the many radioactive isotopes of Cobalt, Cobalt-60, is used to treat Cancer.


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