Francium.001.jpgFrancium



Atomic Number:87

Protons:87

Electrons: 87

Neutrons:136

Isotopes:Fr.210,Fr.211,Fr.212,Fr.213,Fr.214,Fr.215,Fr.216,Fr.217,Fr.218,Fr.219,Fr.220,Fr.221,
Fr.222,Fr.223,Fr.224,Fr.225,Fr.226,Fr.227

Discovery:margoerite perey of the curie institute in paris in 1939.

Name: The element was named after a country called France.

Uses:In physics experiment somewhere and it seems unlikely to show up as a food.

Interesting Facts:Thers not much of it left or around. An extremely unstable radioactive element of the Alkali metals.


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