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Gadolinium Atomic Number: 64 Atomic Mass: 157.25 Melting Point: 1313° C Boiling Point: 3273° C Gadolinium was named for Finnish chemist Johan Gadolin. Gadolin served for many years as professor of chemistry in Finland. He was the first person to study an unusual black stone discovered n…

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Bismuth Atomic Number: 83 Atomic Mass: 209.0 Melting Point: 271.4° C Boiling Point: 1564° C Bismuth is a brittle crystalline which is slightly pinkish in its elemental form. It is a post-transition metal, which chemically resembles Arsenic and Antimony. Of all the metals it has the grea…

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Featured Element: Gadolinium

Gadolinium is a brittle, silvery-white rare earth metal which is soft, ductile, and malleable.  Gadolinium was named for Finnish chemist Johan Gadolin.

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