Rhine River

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Wishlisted by Matt Mayer

There is only one chemical element named after a river: the rare but naturally occurring Rhenium, element 75 is named after Europe’s great river, the Rhine. While discovered by German scientists Walter Noddack, Ida Noddack, and Otto Berg in 1925, the greatest deposits are found in Chile. Rhenium is used to make superalloys used for jet engine parts.

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