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Have you ever wanted to learn more about some elements?
NO ONE ASKED YOU. Okay, moving on!
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Beryllium is the fourth element on the periodic table and it has a chemical symbol of "Be"
It was isolated in 1797 by Louis-Nicholas Vauquelin, a French chemist, who found it in a gemstone called beryl.
Beryllium is a nonmagnetic metal and it is used in things like aircrafts, spacecrafts, and missiles.
Beryllium forms non-polar covalent bonds and it has 2 valence electrons and it holds the other two electrons in it’s inner electron cloud
Beryllium, it’s radioactive and it tastes great… But seriously, don’t breathe it if you want to live.
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