Floatium fl this is a gas that the aliens often use

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Floatium (Fl): This is a gas that the aliens often use to fill balloons and blimps. It contains two protons in its nucleus. Breathium (Bt): This element is a nonmetal and has one less proton than an atom of Toothium and has an atomic mass close to 16 amu . Lightium (Lg): This is a gas that does not react with other elements. It glows when it is heated in a lamp or vacuum tube. It contains one more proton in its nucleus than Toothium . Rottoneggium (Re): This is a nonmetal with one less electron than Mustarium . It has a total of 16 electrons in its electron cloud. Nobelium (Nb): This gas is located directly below Lightium on the periodic table and has an atomic mass close to 40 amu with 18 protons . Liquidium (Lq): This is a nonmetal and has the second largest atomic mass number on the alien periodic table.
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Supermanium (Sp): This element has the largest atomic mass unit on the alien’s periodic table at close to 84 amu . Bonsium (Bo): This element is important for bone strength, both for aliens and earthlings. It is a metal in Group 2 of the periodic table and has 20 neutrons . Organium (Or): This element makes up diamonds, which are not as valuable in other places in the universe as they are on Earth. It contains six protons in the nucleus of its atom. Killum (Ki): This is a notoriously poisonous metalloid with an atomic mass close to 75 amu .
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