Elements

Timeline created by idalys benitez
  • Oct 27, 1000

    Lead

    Lead
    In building construction.
  • Oct 27, 1250

    Arsenic

    Arsenic
    Strenghening alloys of copper and lead to use in car batteries.
  • Oct 27, 1500

    Zinc

    Zinc
    As an anti-corrosive.
  • Antimony

    Antimony
    For cosmetics.
  • phosphorus

    phosphorus
  • platinum

    platinum
    In jewerly and motor vehicles.
  • Nickel

    Nickel
    electric guitar strings, magnets and rechargable batteries.
  • nitrogen

    nitrogen
    to preserve packaged foods by stopping oxidation of food.
  • Oxygen

    Oxygen
    for people who have trouble breathing.
  • Chlorine

    Chlorine
    to kill bacteria.
  • aluminium

    aluminium
    in cans and aluminium foil.
  • Fluorine

    Fluorine
    in it's elemental form is in rocket fuels.
  • Argon

    Argon
    in graphite electric burners.
  • Krypton

    Krypton
    in some photography applications.
  • Helium

    Helium
    to cool superconducting magnets in MRI scanners.
  • Neon

    Neon
    in adversting signs.
  • Polonium

    Polonium
    on brushes to clean film.
  • Radium

    Radium
    for the treatment of conditions such as cancer.
  • Actinium

    neutron source.
  • Radon

    Radon
    for treating cancer.
  • Carbon

    Carbon
    Graphite is a form of carbon that is primarly used as a lubricant.
  • Sulfur

    Sulfur
    Were used as fumigants.
  • Fancium

    Fancium
    are limited to only scientific research.
  • Plutonium

    Plutonium
    an explosive in nuclear weapons.
  • Americium

    detecting chemical in high-precision gas.
  • Dubni

    Dubni
    only scientific research.
  • Ununbium

    Ununbium
    has no biological use.
  • Iron

    Iron
    For everything from cookware to decor to nutrtional supplements.
  • Tin

    Tin
    To coat other metals to prevent cornosion.
  • Silver

    Silver
    As an investment, to make ornaments.
  • Gold

    Gold
    Wins, bullion and jewerly.
  • Copper

    Copper
    As a conductor of heat and electricity.