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Beryllium is an alkali earth metal which is found in group II of the Periodic table.

Beryllium has a relative low density and is resistant to corrosion. It is used in high strength alloys in the the manufacture of statellites, rockets and jets.

Beryllium is found in the mineral beryl which is found in gemstones such as emeralds. The chemical formula of beryl is Be3Al2(SiO3)6

What is the chemical formula of nail polish remover?

The chemical formula of nail polisher remover is dependent upon the ingredients in the mixture. Nail polish remover base commonly contains a mixture of two organic solvents acetone and ethyl acetate.

Acetone belongs to a group of organic molecules called ketones or alkanones. The proper name acetone is propanone. It is also sometimes called 2-propanone.

What is dry ice?

Dry ice is solid carbon dioxide and is commercially available as solid dry ice in blocks or pellets.

The white vapor that is seen coming off from dry ice is in fact condensed water vapor from the air.

Carbon dioxide at normal room temperature and pressure is an odorless, colorless gas that is denser than air. The melting point of carbon dioxide is −56.6 °C or −69.9 °F