Storyboard

Gallium Boils at 4,044 Degrees F, But Will Also Melt in Your Hand

Gallium is a rare, silvery white element that can pull off one of the coolest parlor tricks on the periodic table. Learn about gallium and other cool chemical elements and compounds.

Gallium Boils at 4,044 Degrees F, But Will Also Melt in Your Hand

Photo: ic-cdn.flipboard.com

Continue to read
3 stories in this Storyboard

Related articles

More stories from Chemistry

More stories from Chemicals