Top 10 Most Dangerous Elements on the Periodic TableBeatlesboy9
The Top Ten
It looks like gold but don't be fooled for it is explosive in water and cannot be used as a jewelry! - JuliaRandomly
Pyrophoric and vigorously reacts w/ water.
Used to make nuclear bombs. Ingestion of small amount can be lethal.
It's found in tobacco! Another reason to stop smoking! (It's highly radioactive, with it's most stable isotope being about 139 days. For comparison, uranium's most stable isotope being around 4.5 billion years! )
Not really. Polonium 210 is far from the most stable. The actual most stable isotope has a half-life of 2000 years. - bstrz04
BECAUSE I LOVE THE JUICE
Reactive, electronegative and an oxidizer, Fluorine must deserves the first place!
Just is dangerous. Don't mess with it
Preety dangerous, toxic and has many allotropes although my favorite among the metalloids. - JuliaRandomly
If you try to combine even a few micro grams of this element it will explode, since you can only combine so little, scientist can't even be positive on what it looks like
That is why this is the most dangerous element
Sure kills lots of people. Dangerous is it's word.
I think it's RAD
This is a radioactive noble gas, thus unable to create any compunds or be in a stable state.
Also this is the 2nd most common cause of lung cancer after smoking.
Might not be as dangerous as plutonium but definitely one of the most dangerous elements.
Toxic that was once abundant in uses - JuliaRandomly
Super deadly. One bare touch and your dead.
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