Manganese

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Mang Gang
Manganese

Manganese is a trace element neccessary for photosynthesis and certain enzymes. It is mainly used in the steel industry. There are huge supplies of manganese in the deep seas called manganese nodules.

Mang Gang the monster hates two things: odour and disorder. Unfortunately there is a lot of both in the Elemonsters-world. Therefore he is often nervous and irritable.

Tin

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Stannus
Zinn

Tin was discovered in ancient times. As bronze – an alloy with copper - it gave a whole period its name. Below 13°C tin starts to crumble - a phenomenon called "tin pest". When bent it makes a distinguished sound: the tin cry.

Stannus the monster is the guard of the king's palace. He is unable to talk with a normal voice and screams permanently. Therefore he also serves as the herald of the court and announces the king's newest laws and resolutions. Unfortunately he is very sensitive to low temperatures and thus easily catches the cold and suffers from rheumatism.

Germanium

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Germanius
Germanium

Germanium was one of the first elements to be predicted before discovery. It can be found as a semiconductor in electronic parts.

Germanius the monster is the radio DJ of Alpha Ray. He speaks with a horrible German accent and loves to play march music – to everyones distress.

Magnesium

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Magnesio

Magnesium burns vigorously, even under water, and is used for flares and fireworks. Humans and animals need it for their muscles, plants need it for photosynthesis.

Magnesio the monster is a little hothead who likes to bite others in their butt with his sharp teeth, when he gets aggravated. But when he’s happy, he starts hugging everyone, before you can count to three. If only his arms weren’t so short...

Caesium

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Caesius
Caesium

Caesium is a Metal which can combust spontaneously with air. It is used for atomic clocks.

Never call Caesius fat, or you’re in trouble. It is actually quite athletic: It can hit a traffic light with a tomato from half a mile, making it turn to red. Also it is obsessed with the clock: It asks everyone what time it is. Who can’t answer quickly enough, will get pelted with whatever is lying around.

Iodine

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Iodina

Iodine is well known for its use in desinfectants: it leaves a puple stain. The lack of iodine can cause a goitre.

Iodina the monster has several neuroses: Obsessed with cleaning she has to desinfect everything all the time by spraying her purple fume. Furthermore she’s hypochondriac and paranoid. She can make you believe any conspiracy theory.

Cobalt

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Cobald
Cobald

When cobalt was discovered, people took it for iron bewitched by a goblin. Kobold means goblin in German. It can be found in pigments like the famous cobalt blue. Cobald the monster is a mysterious little fellow who likes to play pranks on others. When spoken to he doesn’t answer, just looks flabbergasted.

Boron

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Boro
Boro

At first sight boron seems like an unimpressive half metal. But actually it has quite a kick, after all it is the (second) hardest element after diamond. It can be found in rocket fuels, bullet-proof vests and in detergents. Boro the monster always keeps its cool. Some think he’s arrogant some call him „boring boron“. But as is generally known still waters run deep...

Sulfur

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Sulfus
Sulfus

Sulfur used to be considered as the element from hell because of its odor. However, it is very useful for example in fertilizers or black powder.

Sulfus the monster is a little stinker that nobody wants to play with. He farts often and loves to crack dirty jokes. Therefore his true qualities are often underestimated.

Potassium

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Kali
Kali

Potassium is an ambivalent element: highly reactive on the one hand – it explodes on contact with water – on the other hand every living being needs it for survival. Kali the monster is a manic creature. Quarrelsome and vengeful it finds a fly in every ointment and can drive othe monsters up the wall. But whoever is in real need can count on her.

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