Question #6e2b4

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Jul 5, 2015

Answer:

That's just the chemical symbol for caesium.

Explanation:

#"Cs"# is the chemical symbol used for caesium.

Caesium is an element located in group 1, period 6 of the periodic table, which means that it's an alkali earth metal.

It has an atomic number equal to 55, which implies that a neutral caesium atom has 55 electrons surrounding its nucleus.

http://www.livescience.com/37578-cesium.html

Here's a very cool video of caesium's reaction with water - explained by the amazing Professor Poliakoff: