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an inert gas that is the lightest member of the noble gas series.

Who made this review? James Hampton Craig Jr
What is helium used for? fill balloons and make them float, to fly blimps, and zeppelins.
what year was helium discovered? 1895
Where was helium discovered? India
what is the race of helium? Non-Metals
Who are the discovers of helium? Pierre Janssen and Norman Lockyer
what is the gender of helium? gas
whats the birth height of helium? 2
Whats the birth weight of helium? 4.003
Created by: jamescraig54