Nickel 28

The symbol for Nickel is : Ni
The atomic number is 28, and the atomic mass is 58.6934
Nickel has 28 protons, 31 neutrons, and 28 electrons.
Nickel is a solid, a metal, and can be used for stainless steel, and to cover other metals to protect them. Also, baked beans have a surprising amount of nickel in them.

Nickel was discovered by Axel Fredrick Cronstedt in 1751. The name is shortened from the german word "Kupfernickel."
Pure Nickel is rarely found on Earth.

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