Where Was Helium Discovered?

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Helium was discovered through spectroscopic manner in the sun by Sir Joseph Lockyer in 1868. It is described as a tasteless, odorless, colourless element. Helium is normally a nontoxic and the second most plentiful element in existence.
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unknown spectral lines from the sun during an eclipse using a diffraction gradient pointed to a new element (helium) in 1903.see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helium for more info
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In 1868, tests were carried out at the College of Chemistry in London were made to
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Zinc is abbreviated as Zn on the Periodic Table of the Elements and its atomic number is 30. Our human bodies use zinc for skin and bone health, sexual maturation and to process food
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The discovery of helium was made in Guntur, India by French astronomer Pierre Janssen during a total solar eclipse. The helium he discovered was in the Sun.
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The element Helium was first discovered by Pierre Janssen. He first noticed it during a solar eclipse in Guntur, India in August of 1868. You can find more information here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helium#Scientific_discoveries
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