HELIUM-What’s good and what’s NOT

I’m going to post 10 facts about Helium. Just so you know, the element Hydrogen is out. Also, the element Lithium is coming out on the 1st September. Now, here are my 10 facts about Helium.

  1. It’s atomic symbol is He.
  2. It weighs 4.002602 atomic units.
  3. It’s a noble gas.
  4. It’s a gas.
  5. It’s electrons per shell are 2.
  6. It’s in group 18 (VIIIA)
  7. It’s in period 1.
  8. It’s preceding element is Hydrogen.
  9. It’s succeeding element is Lithium.
  10. And finally, the atomic number is the number 2.

So, those are my 10 facts about Helium. Below is it’s spot in the periodic table. Hope you enjoyed! Cat faceRainbow


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I am a girl from England, who likes to blog. I suffer from lightheadedness and stomach cramps, and I have an anxiety disorder. Bloggish has been running for over 3 years, and it is the place where I vent or just talk about my life. I usually post about once or twice a month, so don't expect much from me. Chaio! (This is not misspelled on purpose, I actually thought that's how ciao was spelt, so you will have to live with that, don't worry, I'm a grammar nazi too ;) ) ~bloggerofthebloggish :)

2 thoughts on “HELIUM-What’s good and what’s NOT”

  1. More Helium facts:

    11. It’s lighter than air, so it makes balloons float.

    12. It was first discovered in the Sun, then on Earth.

    13. It’s named after the Greek word for “Sun”, which is “Helios”.

    14. In the center of a star, two Hydrogen molecules are fused together to produce one Helium molecule, and a little leftover energy. This is what powers the Sun.


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