It was discovered in Scandinavia by Lars Fredrik Nilson in 1879
What is Scandium?
It is an element from the periodic table of course. And it is the 21st element on the periodic table.
Scandium is more abundant on the moon and the sun than on Earth.
I am pretty sure that the symbol of this element is Sc. And that it is really heavey because its wieghs 44.956 pounds!
It doesn't way 44.956 pounds, its atomic weight is 44.956 and it is used in many things like sports equiptment and stuff like that, and its used in alluminam.
Yes your all right! And did you know it is used in mercury vapor lights? Also, it is a good conductor of electricity, so basically it is used all around us, actually, that outlet has scandium in it so I am going to go charge my phone before it dies. Oh yeah, I forgot when who and were was it discovered? And some interesting facts?
When it is exposed to air the appearance of scandium changes from silvery white to a slightly yellowish or pinkish color
Scandium is affected extensively by weathering and corrosion, and hence, it can be easily dissolved in most dilute acids.
Scandium is a rare earth element and is a metal, also is shiny.
On Earth, the scandium tends to be spread thinly across the surface rather than concentrated in any certain locations.