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 How to Find an Iridium Flare?

Answer An Iridium flare is a specific type of satellite flare (also known as satellite glint) made when the antennas of an Iridium communication satellite reflect sunlight directly onto the surface of the... Read More »
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What is the use of iridium?

Iridium is a stable metal that chemically unreactive, like platinum and gold.Iridium is the most resistant to oxidation of all metals.It can be used is as a hardening agent in alloys with Platinum ... Read More »
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Is iridium dangerous?

yes, this has been found in rocks from 65 million years ago, so this is evidence for the extinction of dinosaurs and if the dinosaurs became extinct from it, it is bound to be dangerous because it ... Read More »
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What is use of iridium in photography?

Answer Almost any heavy metal can be used as a toner in photography, ... that being said, at one point or another iridium was used as a toner, producing a yellow image (much lighter than sepia) But... Read More »
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What is the volume of an iridium atom?

The atomic volume of iridium is 8.54 cm3/mol. Iridium is the 77th element on the periodic table. It is a transition metal, and it was discovered in 1803 by Smithson Tennant.References:ChemiCool: Ir... Read More »
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