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Uses of Benzene

Benzene is an aromatic organic compound. It was discovered in 1825, by the English physicist and chemist Michael Faraday.

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Uses of Sodium

Baking soda, household lye, table salt, baking powder, aspirin, and other drugs, soaps and detergents, and many other products are sodium products.

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Uses of Barium

Barium is an element that was first isolated in 1808 by Sir Humphry Davy, and can be found in stones, concrete, paints, and photo paper.

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Uses of Beryllium

About ¾ of all the beryllium produced are beryllium-copper alloys. This alloy is made by melting and mixing 2 or more metals.

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Uses of Argon

Argon was not discovered until 1894 by Sir William Ramsay and Lord Rayleigh, even though it was suspected to be present in air by Henry Cavendish in 1785.

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Uses of Titanium

Titanium has a number of other uses too, and in this article, we will also discuss all the other great applications of this material.

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Uses of Bromine

Bromine is a member of the halogens. The halogen family is a part of Group 17 (VIIA) of the periodic table.

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Uses of Iron

Iron has properties which can be changed according to the need of humans by mixing it with other substances – either nonmetallic or metallic.

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Uses Of Ammonia

Ammonia has been used as drinking water purifier, rocket fuel, and industrial food processing additive, and is the number one ingredient in fertilizers.