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[[File:%abr%-TableImage.svg|thumb|left|500px|Shows the position of %element% on the periodic chart.]]

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%element%'s symbol on the Periodic Table

What does it look, feel, taste, or smell like?[edit | edit source]

Calcium is a soft gray alkaline metal. We often see it in impure forms and it looks like white powder. In its pure form it smells like oranges. It tastes mostly like chalk, because chalk is mainly made of calcium.

How was it discovered?[edit | edit source]

Where did its name come from?[edit | edit source]

Did You Know?

  • First interesting fact.
  • Another interesting fact.
  • Yet another interesting fact.

Where is it found?[edit | edit source]

What are its uses?[edit | edit source]

Is it dangerous?[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]