This element is colorless, tasteless, inexpensive, and deadly–oh, and as a compound it can turn electricity into light (as in LEDs, fiber optics, telecommunication, and
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 headline caught my eye: No atom should feel neglected…and if you read the article, there’s some intense competition Lu must overcome if it is
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
Phosphorus is one of those “polymath” elements–it does a variety of things in your body, your food, and all around you. And apparently we’re going
A mineral that is very common and has extremely useful properties? Sounds like great news, and it is (though people have altered the perovskite used