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[Summary]Properties of Matter Element Card: Nickel Nickel production is a complex process. First, nickel ore (nickel sulfide) is converted into nickel oxide in a blast furnace. Then, acid is used to extract nickel metal. Nickel, Chemical Element The most impo

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Properties of Matter Element Card: Nickel

Nickel production is a complex process. First, nickel ore (nickel sulfide) is converted into nickel oxide in a blast furnace. Then, acid is used to extract nickel metal.

Nickel, Chemical Element

The most important use of nickel is in making alloys. About 80 percent of all nickel produced in the United States in 1996 was used to make alloys. About two-thirds of that amount went into stainless steel. Stainless steel is common to household appliances (like coffee makers, toasters, and pots and pans), kitchen sink tops and stoves, and medical equipment (X-ray machines, for example). It is also used to make heavy machinery and large containers in which large-scale chemical reactions are carried out. Artists sometimes use stainless steel in sculpture because it does not rust easily. Stainless steel is important to the food and beverage, petroleum, chemical, pharmaceutical (drug), pulp and paper, and textile industries.

Nickel | Chemical Properties & Uses | Periodic Table

Nickel is a transition metal, with an atomic weight of 28, located in the fourth period/row on the periodic table of elements. It is an essential nutrient for body but it’s over intake can cause harm. Humans can infected by breathing it infected air or drinking such water or eating such food or smoking cigarettes. Too much of nickel consumption can cause Lung cancer, Nose cancer, Larynx cancer and Prostate cancer.

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Zahner, L. W. Architectural Metal Surfaces. New York: Wiley 2004.

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