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Zachary Fisher-Edelglass 1/30/14 SCI102 Professor Larsen Website Survey Site What feature about this site did you like best? What feature about this site did you dislike the most? webelements.com Abundant amount of information on each element. It is not visually appealing. chemeddl.org Interesting information. Hard to separate informational categories. rsc.org I liked how they made it easy to navigate the categories of information. Very brief info. profmokeur.ca I was unable to access the site, so there is nothing positive I can. I dislike that I could not access and information on it. ptable.com Shows information without leaving site. Information is from Wikipedia. (See next page for element information)
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Co – Cobalt Starting in 1730 in Stockholm, chemist Georg Brandt began investigating a dark blue ore from some local copper workings. In 1739, he published his work, which proved that it contained an unrecognized metal. Miners often confused the new metal for silver.
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  • Spring '14
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  • pH, Work, Cobalt, radioactive cobalt, word Cobalt

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