P02 - V Chromium Cr Manganese Mn Cobalt Co Nickel Ni...

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The Periodic Table - 105 elements in total - 93 are stable and non-reactive with oxygen (O 2 ) or water (H 2 O) - Classification by electron configuration - Atomic numbers in sequence Elements for Engineering Use Eliminate: - Rare Earths (non-stable) - Actinides (radioactive) - Gases and Liquids - Semi-metals 35 Important Engineering Elements: - Light Metals (Magnesium, Mg ; Titanium, Ti ; Aluminum, Al ; Beryllium, Be ; Lithium, Li ) - Rare Earths (Scandium, Sc ; Yttrium, Y ; Tantalum, Ta ; Rubidium, Ru ; Radium, Rd ; Rhenium, Re ; Osmium, Os ; Iridium, Ir ; Cadmium, Cd ; Indium, In ; Thallium, Tl ) - Steel Additives (Vanadium,
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Unformatted text preview: V ; Chromium, Cr ; Manganese, Mn ; Cobalt, Co ; Nickel, Ni )- Nuclear Metals (Zirconium, Zr ; Hafnium, Hf )- Ferrous Alloys (Iron, Fe , not used in pure form due to oxidation and corrosion)- Pure Copper, Cu (Used in electrical applications, bronzes, and brasses)- Pure Zinc, Zn (Low melting point, brittle)- Refractory Elements (Niobium, Nb ; Molybdenum, Mo ; Tungsten, W ; Tantalum, Ta )- Precious Metals (Palladium, Pd ; Platinum, Pt ; Gold, Au ; Silver, Au )- Corrosion Resistance (Tin, Sn , for plating)- Joints (Lead, Pb , is ductile and malleable)...
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This note was uploaded on 03/21/2011 for the course CHE 332 taught by Professor Gregory during the Spring '11 term at Rhode Island.

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