Native Element

  • Arsenic


    Arsenic is a chemical element and a metalloid element known for its distinct metallic gray color and its toxic nature. It belongs to group 15

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  • Zinc


    Zinc is a transition metal known for its bluish-white color and metallic luster. This essential trace element exhibits a hexagonal crystal structure and is relatively

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  • Tin


    Tin is a post-transition metal known for its soft, silvery-white appearance and low melting point. This malleable and ductile metal exhibits a tetragonal crystal structure

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  • Nickel


    Nickel is a transition metal known for its lustrous silver-white appearance, high ductility, and resistance to corrosion. This metallic element exhibits a cubic crystal structure,

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  • Iron


    Iron is a metallic element and the most abundant metal in the Earth’s crust. As part of the transition metal series, it is known for

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  • Lead


    Lead is a dense, soft, and malleable heavy metal belonging to the carbon group of elements. It is known for its dull, metallic gray appearance

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  • Platinum


    Platinum is a precious metal belonging to the platinum group of elements, which also includes iridium, osmium, palladium, rhodium, and ruthenium. Known for its silvery-white

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  • Sulfur


    Sulfur is a non-metallic element belonging to the chalcogen group. It is characterized by its vibrant yellow color, crystalline structure, and a distinct, unpleasant odor

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  • Silicon


    Silicon, a member of the metalloid class in the carbon group, is the second most abundant element in the Earth’s crust. It rarely occurs in

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  • Graphite


    Graphite, a member of the native element class and carbon group, is a naturally occurring mineral composed of crystalline carbon. Known for its dark gray

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