Most people think of one or more of the following when they hear the word “chromium”: Shiny, shiny chrome The open-source platform underlying Google’s browser
Cesium (“caesium,” outside the US) is not just a ringtone. Nor is it simply the atom used in ultra-precise clocks that make everything from the
Why are those scientists risking their lives, and then casting longing glances back at the deadly crystals even as they leave the cave? Because this
This isn’t a dreamy video, despite its name, although it does have some incredibly beautiful shots. It’s the trailer for a movie about a controversy
Recently the US government put together a list of the 35 minerals that it considers necessary for the security and economic welfare of the country.
This element was named after a Norse goddess of beauty because it comes in many colors, which chemists enjoy playing with: Hard to believe vanadium