Melting Point in °C
Boiling Point in °C
Normal state of matter at room temperature.
(solid, liquid or gas)
Metal, non-metal or metalloid
Rare or Common
Appearance (color, smell, hardness)
Ductile,all sorts of colors; shiny, Appearence varies
Where it is found
Who discovered it
Axel Fredrick Constedt
When was it discovered
How was it Discovered
He discovered it from a mineral called niccolite, Constent Tried to extract copper from it, but instead got a white metal which he called nickel
Origin of its name
shortened from kupfernickel which means Devils copper, It also came from the ore it was extracted from, called Niccolite.
Some interesting facts:
Used to make nickels(American 5 cent coin)
Used in Hybrid Cars
Used for batteries
It can effect the growth of plants
It is in beans, especially baked beans.
It can sometimes cause a elergic reaction
Nickel Can be removed from Its ore using carbon Dioxide
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