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Question: A pencil’s mark is made with the element lead.
Answer: Although called a "lead," the core of a pencil is made from graphite, a form of carbon.
Question: Helium is very hard to find.
Answer: Helium is the second most plentiful element in the universe, after hydrogen. Scientists estimate that helium makes up one fourth of the mass of the entire universe.
Question: The element tantalum is named for a character from Greek mythology.
Answer: Tantalum, discovered in 1802, is notable for the fact that it does not dissolve in acid. Its name is an allusion to Tantalus, the Greek mythological character who is condemned to eternal thirst.
Question: Calcium is often found in isolation in nature.
Answer: Calcium is never found on its own in nature. It combines with other elements to form compounds that are found throughout the world.
Question: Sulfur is a rare element.
Answer: Sulfur is a fairly common element and is used for many things, including making acid and medicine.
Question: Iron is the most abundant element in the universe.
Answer: Iron is 100 million times less abundant than hydrogen, which is the most abundant element in the universe.
Question: Potassium can make water burn.
Answer: When added to water, potassium releases the hydrogen in the water and the hydrogen burns. The metal must therefore be protected from air and water. It is normally kept covered with oil in bottles.
Question: Potassium is used in fertilizers.
Answer: Potassium compounds, or combinations of potassium and other elements, have many uses. By far the greatest use is in fertilizers that are spread on soil used to grow crops.
Question: Sodium combines only reluctantly with other elements.
Answer: Sodium is a very common element, but it is never found on its own in nature. That is because it reacts very easily with other elements to form compounds.
periodic table. Periodic table of the elements. Physics, Chemistry, Science

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