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www.rsc.org/periodic-table/element/37/rubidium

Rubidium is not particularly harmful to humans, and once in the body its ions are rapidly excreted in sweat and urine. Rubidium chloride has been used to study the transport of potassium ions in humans, since rubidium ions are not naturally found in the body and when present they are treated as if they were potassium.

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Common rubidium compounds include rubidium chloride, rubidium monoxide and rubidium copper sulphate. A combination of rubidium, silver and iodine is potentially useful in film batteries due to its electrical properties. Lenntech states that rubidium, part of the alkali metal group, is soft and appears as silvery-white and metallic.

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Rubidium-87 is used to estimate the age of very old rocks. Many kinds of rocks contain two rubidium isotopes, rubidium-85 and rubidium-87. When rubidium-87 breaks down in the rock, it changes into a new isotope, strontium -87. Any rock that contains rubidium-87 also contains some strontium-87.

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Rubidium salts are used in glasses and ceramics and in fireworks to give them a purple colour. Potential uses are in ion engines for space vehicles, as working fluid in vapor turbines, and as getter in vacuum tubes. Rubidium in the environment. Rubidium is considered to be the 16th most abundant element in the earth's crust.

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Rubidium was discovered in 1861 by German chemists Robert Bunsen (1811-99) and Gustav Kirchhoff (1824-87), in the mineral lepidolite through the use of a spectroscope.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rubidium

Rubidium compounds are sometimes used in fireworks to give them a purple color. Rubidium has also been considered for use in a thermoelectric generator using the magnetohydrodynamic principle, where hot rubidium ions are passed through a magnetic field.

www.webelements.com/rubidium/uses.html

The following uses for rubidium are gathered from a number of sources as well as from anecdotal comments. I would be delighted to receive corrections as well as additional referenced uses.. rubidium is easily ionized, and so has possible use in "ion engines" for space vehicles (but caesium is somewhat more efficient)

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Rubidium is a silvery-white and very soft metal — and one of the most highly reactive elements on the periodic table. Rubidium has a density about one and a half times that of water and is solid ...

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rubidium chloride, used as an antidepressant. Rubidium atoms are used in academic research, including the development of quantum mechanics-based computing devices, a future application with potential for relatively high consumption of rubidium. Quantum computing research uses ultracold rubidium atoms in a variety of applications.