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  • Palladium

    The forty-sixth element of the periodic table, palladium, was discovered in 1803 and named after an asteroid. Rarer than gold or silver, the silvery element is found in only one location in the United States, the Stillwater Mine in Montana, and a handful of others throughout the world. More than half of all the palladium annually mined is turned into catalytic converters.


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