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Platinum

26.3k TriStar  1.1 years ago

Yeah lol I got platinum kthxbye

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    AMOGUS

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    3,925 RC1138Boss

    Since when are you platinum?! I’m @Kipo and @Dude32!!

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    1,652 hjonk

    Always dope,

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    Nice

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    amogus

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    amougus

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    19.6k RandomUser09

    Ayee you make a platinum special build.

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    120k Kennneth

    kthxbye

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    2,942 DUCKBIRD2

    Cyan's head has been revealed
    Amongus

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    28.8k V

    Welcome to the dark side

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    38.6k PapaKernels

    Noice

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    Congratulations, I was waiting for this to happen

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    19.6k RandomUser09

    @SyntheticL bruh

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    Platinum (Pt), chemical element, the best known and most widely used of the six platinum metals of Groups 8–10, Periods 5 and 6, of the periodic table. A very heavy, precious, silver-white metal, platinum is soft and ductile and has a high melting point and good resistance to corrosion and chemical attack. For example, its surface remains bright after being brought to white heat in air, and, though it readily dissolves in aqua regia, it is scarcely attacked by simple acids. (It does dissolve slowly in hydrochloric acid in the presence of air.) Small amounts of iridium are commonly added to give a harder, stronger alloy that retains the advantages of pure platinum.
    Platinum, one of the most abundant platinum metals, and its alloys are indispensable in the chemical laboratory for electrodes and for crucibles and dishes in which materials can be heated to high temperatures. Platinum is used for electrical contacts and sparking points because it resists both the high temperatures and chemical attack of electric arcs. Jewelry and dental alloys account for much of its use; platinum-iridium is used for surgical pins. The prototype international standard kilogram of mass was made from an alloy of 90 percent platinum and 10 percent iridium. The electrical resistivity of platinum is relatively high and depends markedly upon the temperature; the International Temperature Scale from −259.35 to 961.78 °C (−434.83 to 1,763.2 °F)is defined in terms of a resistance thermometer made with platinum wire. As a catalyst, platinum has many applications, notably in automotive catalytic converters and in petroleum refining.

    The Italian-French physician Julius Caesar Scaliger alluded (1557) to a refractory metal, probably platinum, found between Darién and Mexico. The first certain discovery was in the alluvial deposits of the Río Pinto, Colombia. The Spaniards called the new metal platina del Pinto for its resemblance to silver. The world’s most important deposits occur in the Transvaal of South Africa. Other deposits are found in Russia, Finland, Ireland, Borneo, New South Wales, New Zealand, Brazil, Peru, and Madagascar. In North America native platinum is found in Alaska-Yukon, California, and Oregon, in British Columbia, and in Alberta. Placer deposits are the most productive sources of the native element.

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    7,359 Tookan

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    hhhhhE

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    19.6k RandomUser09

    Ehhhhh

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    This is a certified SimplePlanes moment

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    40.7k KnightOfRen

    YOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

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    23.1k WiiMini

    finally, it has happened

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    7,359 Tookan

    poggers

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