By Albert Stwertka
Provides the elemental suggestions of chemistry and explains complicated theories ahead of providing a separate article on all the development blocks that make up the universe.
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The mineral known of beryllium, aluminum silicon, silicate. as beryl and oxygen. is Its scientific usually found, like It is complex compound actually a name beryllium is most of the alkaline earth metals, in various mineral deposits distributed over Brazil, Argentina, and the United States. Crystals of beryl several feet long and weighing as much as a More commonly, however, thousand pounds have been found. these crystals are quite small. Bery Ilium was discovered in 1798 by the French chemist who was Louis-Nicolas Yauquelin, investigating the structures of and emerald.
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A Guide to the Elements by Albert Stwertka