Strontium Titanate Vs. Diamond?

Answer Diamonds may be a girl's best friend, but that girl often needs a fat wallet to afford them. Their rarity and consequent high cost are two reasons for the popularity of numerous diamond substitutes... Read More »

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How is strontium used?

Several fields use strontium, a soft, silver metal. Strontium reacts strongly with water and oxygen, so most applications use compounds or alloys rather than the pure metal. Strontium's radioactive... Read More »

Uses of Strontium 90?

Strontium 90 is a radioactive isotope of the element strontium. It has a half-life of 28.8 years. It is produced as a result of uranium fission and is therefore a major byproduct of nuclear weapons... Read More »

Where does strontium come from?

Four stable isotopes of strontium, a silver-gray metal, occur in nature. These isotopes usually occur in celestite and strontianite, which are minerals in the earth's crust. Other types of strontiu... Read More »