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The Most Dangerous Elements

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20 of the World's most dangerous elements; handle with care!

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Plutonium Report Abuse
Though Pluto is no longer a planet, its place on the Periodic Table remains.
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Thx
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Plutonium Pu is the precious metal with atomic number 94 cause that is dangerous. It was the core of the nuclear bomb the fat man that was dropped on Nagasaki which kill 72000 people
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Plutonium is not all bad, it is very useful for producing energy in nuclear energy plants. 1 kilogram of plutonium can power a city such as New York City or Los Angeles for about an hour
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Uranium Report Abuse
Even novice chemists have heard of Uranium and its deleterious effects.
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very dangerous
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Neptunium Report Abuse
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It just...was like...yea
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Polonium Report Abuse
Very poisonous, a deadly dose is a matter of micrograms.
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Marco, Polo-nium!
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Polonium is in the ginus for radioactivity
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Arsenic Report Abuse
This is an especially poisonous metal.
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Francium Report Abuse
This is highly radioactive, highly reactive to water and should absolutely be avoided.
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should be no1
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Americium Report Abuse
26 points - added 4 years ago by JBernier - 2 comments
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Lol, americans are dangerous.
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used in smoke detectors
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Lawrencium Report Abuse
Radioactive
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Mercury Report Abuse
Absorbed through skin- neurological problems
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Curium Report Abuse
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Radon Report Abuse
One of the most dangerous noble gases.
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Thallium Report Abuse
Very deadly. Causes organs to fail if ingested.
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ultimate poisoner
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Berkelium Report Abuse
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Bohrium Report Abuse
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Actinium Report Abuse
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Cesium Report Abuse
This is especially dangerous when exposed to water in addition to being radioactive.
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CESIUM IS NOT RADIOACTIVE!! Cesium has radioisotopes but the most common isotope is not radioactive.
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Mendelevium Report Abuse
Named after Mendeleyev who created the first elemental table, this unstable, man-made element is extremely volatile.
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Californium Report Abuse
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why though
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Californians, wow, so dangerous.
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Radium Report Abuse
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Radium is very reactive, if it is exposed to air it will set alight instantly, if you try to put it out with water, it will explode.
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chromium Report Abuse
Long term exposure can cause cancer
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Thorium Report Abuse
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Thor is so dangerous
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Phosphorus Report Abuse
very flammable
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Lead Report Abuse
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Flourine Report Abuse
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Flour is too, dangerous
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Reacts violently with virtually everything
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Chlorine Report Abuse
powerful poison gas
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Carbon Report Abuse
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carbon dioxide
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Iron Report Abuse
Iron causes the death of stars with iron fusion by sucking in the stars energy
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THIS IS NOT DEADLY
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Iron?
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Astatine Report Abuse
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Will spontaneously explode within seconds of existence.
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Rutherfordium Report Abuse
Radioactive
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Ununtrium Report Abuse
Radioactive
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Hassium Report Abuse
Radioactive
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Einsteinium Report Abuse
Radioactive
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Apperently, Einstien is dangerous.
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Hafnium Report Abuse
It will most likely catch fire when it reaches oxygen.
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Cadmium Report Abuse
it can cause You can suffer from kidney damage  May cause flus, chills, fever, and muscle ache. These symptoms are known as the cadmium blues.  Fatal problems  Can weaken your bones  Kidneys can shrink up to 30%  You can lose your sense of smell  Can cause cancer  Can damage the lungs if cadmium dust is inhaled
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Caesium Report Abuse
Because it is 2nd most reactive to water
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Sodium Report Abuse
While salt doesn't come to mind as being dangerous, straight Sodium metal can be.
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technetium Report Abuse
because comes from
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Ununoctium Report Abuse
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At first I thought it said "Uniconium"
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Argon Report Abuse
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sulfur Report Abuse
it makes caca
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Oxygen Report Abuse
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no oxygen = death
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Definitly not
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Xenon Report Abuse
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Rubidium Report Abuse
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Aluminum Report Abuse
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Antimoney Report Abuse
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Iodine Report Abuse
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Zirconium Report Abuse
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Vanadium Report Abuse
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Oxgen Report Abuse
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nope
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