Science

posted by .

We have to draw a "element superhero" for science, I was thinking about doing mercury, but all i know about it, is it used to be in thermometers and it is silvery. What are some other things about it and is it in the group, metals?

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. Science

    I recently got a project to do on a country other than the U.S. my teacher sucks at explaining things, so in literal terms the instructions say "reasearch a country other than the US, draw two maps: 1, a map that has all borders and …
  2. phsyical science

    ok i need some major help in science we had to choose a element and we have to come up with 50 facts about it and i chose titanuim plse tell me some realilable sources that would help me. thx you so so much titanium
  3. Science

    I want to research or information about perception of time. For my Science Fair project, I'm starting a timer and then asking people to stop me when they think a minute is done. I want to know some information about this topic, esp. …
  4. science

    does any one know about what website you can learn about ( heating and cooling) example: in mercury thermometers what temperature ranges do they measure?
  5. science

    alcohol and mercury thermometers- why are they different?
  6. 7th grade

    for a science project what questions can you ask about things that has to do with scientific process and how to solve it through forming hypothesis and give evidence about it like a question about population or something..
  7. science

    Based on your knowledge of the garbage assemblage, what can you learn about the person(s) who created it and how might this be used to draw conclusions about their lives (e.g., diet, age, socioeconomic status, gender etc.)?
  8. science

    Based on your knowledge of the garbage assemblage, what can you learn about the person(s) who created it and how might this be used to draw conclusions about their lives (e.g., diet, age, socioeconomic status, gender etc.)?
  9. Science

    Hello :) For my assessment tomorrow, one of the things I have to think about is this: "Explained how the ear defenders will work using the Big Idea of Energy Transfer." I have no idea about this at all, please help!
  10. math/science

    the melting point of the element bromine is about 19 grades F this is about 57 grades F more than the melting point of mercury. What is the melting point of mercury?

More Similar Questions