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    Ti - Titanuim

    Listening to titanium while Im driving to office earlier..
    I'm bulletproof nothing to lose
    Fire away, fire away
    Ricochet, you take your aim
    Fire away, fire away
    You shoot me down but I won't fall, I am titanium
    You shoot me down but I won't fall
    I am titanium

    Hehehe


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  • I really like the following elements.

    1. Tungsten: A steel-gray to tin-white metal. Filaments used for lights and electronics.
    2. Iodine: A bluish-black, lustrous solid that is a blue-violet gas. Found in seaweed and used in medicine.
    3. Latinum: A rare silver liquid, often plated with gold, used as currency by the Ferengi Alliance in Star Trek.
    4. Oxygen: An abundant gas that makes up 21% of the atmosphere. Extremely reactive and necessary for life.

    Thinking more of it, if we mix and match a little bit we get.

    @Willow

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    @mr-h said in What is your favorite element on the periodic table and why?:

    @evan-elderson

    Mines would be:

    Hydrogen, Oxygen, RadoN, Yttrium :laughing: :joy: :smirk:

    ok ok... jokes asside, my favorite is Lithium (Li).

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    @obviouslylucifer are you in love with willow too?🤣🤣


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  • @evan-elderson said in What is your favorite element on the periodic table and why?:

    My favorite element is oxygen. I know what you are thinking, Oh my god, how boring. This guy picks the most common element in the universe. Actually, the most common element in the universe is hydrogen but whatever. There are a lot of subtle, little-known facts about oxygen which makes it so awesome.

    Who said it is boring? I think it is cool. If you cant breathe or may be you run out of oxygen, have you ever imagined how expensive you have to pay just for oxygen? 😨

    Like when you liquidize oxygen it becomes magnetic and is the color of the sky. Or the fact that there are two different forms of oxygen which make up our atmosphere. O2 which is what we breathe (along with a plethora of other gases) and O3 which is what helps protects us from dangerous solar flares from our sun. So, you can thank oxygen for keeping us alive in more than one way.

    Indeed. This is a good pov.

    Also... oxygen is highly reactive. I relate oxygen to that kid in school who is quiet and minds their own business then when some jerk pokes them with a little fire they explode and everyone is like, "wow, I didn't know oxygen was like that."

    So, you like fire? A small fire like candle or a big fire? :p

    Haha... so anyway, what is your favorite element and why?

    Well, i love water. I cant stay alive without water since i drink a lot of water. Water makes me chill when i am in the bad feeling and water makes me healthy.

    SEE I AM STILL AROUND JUDY

    What is wrong with that? thinking
    Is that because of my first confession to @WtfJudith around a month ago?
    Man, let it go. There is nothing personal with it.
    At the end, Judy chose her own decision. I still consider you as a good friend of mine. Just be a good friend with Judy like the old time.

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    @evan-elderson
    Hey babe
    Selenium Neodymium
    Nitrogen. Uranium. Deuterium. Einsteinium

    😘😘😉

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    @evan-elderson lmao i legit laughed when you said it becomes magnetic when we liquidate it.
    O2 is a paramagnetic molecule and its not at all interesting, so many other molecules show it too.
    Well, here’s an interesting fact though, Earlier paramagnetism was just associated with unpaired electrons according to the orbitals of atoms. Like before that, concept for a molecule possessing paramagnetism was not known, it was just valid for atoms. But when, paramagnetism in O2 was discovered, and it shocked everyone that it has even numbered electrons then why tf is it paramagnetic. That drove scientists to make the greatest concept that legit changed everyone’s perspective about electronic configuration, MOT. And well, the story behind MOT is even more interesting, defining the basic motives of science. It is my one of the favourite stories in scientific discoveries.

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    Anyway, my favourite element is....Idk, Maybe Xenon.
    I like how it is the most reactive element from the 18th group. Like its stable, but even then, its the least one among the last group.
    And how it makes such sexy compounds with Oxygen and Flourine, which give such good hydrolysis.
    And also, I like Fe Co Ni, these 3 elements. The way they create anomaly in the transition series, and goddamn, once you see their borax bead test products, you are bound to fall in love with them.
    And not to mention all the elements showing diagonal relationships are smexy af except Li.
    Li is just boring lmao.


  • @evan-elderson Helium. One of the reasons why there are stars to light our way.
    P.S. And it's funny when you inhale it and makes your voice sound cute.


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    This :joy::joy: :joy:


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  • That's easy! It must be Oxygen - I wouldn't last more than a few minutes without it and Carbon (C) being the basis of life as we know it, and in a very special and rare form makes a diamond.

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    @evan-elderson I don't think I have a favorite element. I find all elements really cool in their own unique, special way :smile:


  • @evan-elderson

    Mines would be:

    Hydrogen, Oxygen, RadoN, Yttrium :laughing: :joy: :smirk:

    ok ok... jokes asside, my favorite is Lithium (Li).







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