Cesium has applications in vacuum tubes, atomic clocks, petroleum exploration and electronics. The diversity of uses for cesium are a result of its high number of isotopes, the most of any element. More »

Cesium is chemical element used in the form of cesium chloride as a purported alternative therapy treatment for different cancer types. There is no clinical or scientific evidence that cesium chloride can be useful for c... More »

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According to the Encyclopædia Britannica, naturally occurring cesium has 78 neutrons. Cesium only has one stable, nonradioactive isotope, cesium-133, which contains a nucleus of 55 protons and 78 neutrons. Other, less co... More »

Cesium chloride is a colorless salt made from cesium, a metal. Its formula is CsCl, and it can be radioactive or non-radioactive. Non-radioactive cesium chloride has been used experimentally as a cancer treatment in conj... More »

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Cesium bromide is an ionic compound composed of cesium and bromide. Its chemical formula is CsBr ,and it has the appearance of a white solid matter with a cubic structure. More »

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Bromine compounds lend themselves to a wide range of applications, including the purification of water for drinking, hot tubs or swimming pools, as well as to stop the growth of algae and bacteria. Bromine compounds are ... More »

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Ammonia is a chemical commonly used in industrial and agricultural applications such as cleaning agents, fertilizers and water treatment. It is found in natural environments and is also industrially produced in vast amou... More »