Do you know what dysprosium or tellurium are used for? Now you do.
Almost everybody is kind of familiar with the Periodic Table of Elements (even if as a bad memory from high school): you had (or will have to) memorize some families and names and numbers and keep in mind how many isotopes carbon has. But most likely you only knew lithium was used to make batteries, and iridium had something to do with spark plugs.
Keith Enevoldsen, a software engineer, has come up with a solution for all your basic chemistry needs, whether you’re a teacher or a student: his periodic table lets you know how each element is used in everyday life. You can access it by clicking here.