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A sample of Europium in a test tube

Europium is a chemical element. It has the symbol Eu on the periodic table. It has an atomic number 63 which means it has 63 protons in one atom. It was named after the continent Europe. Its compounds can fluoresce, or glow under ultraviolet light.It costs 6700$/KG. In the periodic table it stands next to samarium and gadolinium.

Color: Silvery WhiteMelting point: 826 degrees CelsiusDiscovery Date: 1901 view more...