‎ Helium (He) is a chemical element, the first of the periodic table’s noble gas group. The ‎boiling point and melting point of helium are the lowest of all other substances, and its ‎boiling point is -268.9°C. And it is the only element that cannot solidify by cooling at ‎atmospheric pressure, regardless of temperature, only at 25 atm and a temperature of -‎‎272.2°C or below will it become solid. It is a colorless, tasteless, odorless, and inert ‎monatomic gas. Helium is very light; it is the second lightest gas in the periodic table. As a ‎result, Earth’s gravity is not strong enough to hold it in its atmosphere. Therefore, when ‎helium gas is released, it will rise up and eventually escape into space.‎

Helium is produced by:‎
There is currently no way to produce helium on an industrial scale on Earth, it is mainly ‎extracted. All commercial helium is recovered from underground deposits, which is a ‎result of the natural decay of radioactive material within the Earth. However, this process ‎is slow and does not produce helium on an industrial scale. Helium usually makes up a ‎tiny portion of the natural gas deposit but can make up as much as 10% of natural gas in ‎some fields.‎

Some Applications of Helium:

      ⦿ Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Cooling
      ⦿ Lifting
      ⦿ Cryogenic Applications
      ⦿ Semiconductor Processing
      ⦿ Research and Analytical Applications
      ⦿ Aerospace Pressurizing and Purging
      ⦿ Leak Detection
      ⦿ Welding Applications
      ⦿ Breathing mixtures


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