GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Statistics About The Most Expensive Elements

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"Rhodium is the most expensive natural element in the world, currently priced at approximately $21,500 per ounce."

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"Californium 252 is the most expensive synthetic element, priced at about $27 million per gram."

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"Approximately 95% of Rhodium is used in automotive catalytic converters."

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"As of 2016, the global market for Californium was about $280 million."

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"In 2015, Gold accounted for 0.05% of the world's total mineral production."

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"The largest producer of Rhodium is South Africa, contributing to about 80% of the world's production."

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"Californium 252 is the most efficient producer of neutrons among all the isotopes, with a decay of about 3 million neutrons per milligram per second."

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"There is only about 190,040 tons of Gold present above ground, which if melted would form a cube of about 21 meters each side."

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"Francium-223, a radioactive metal, would cost approximately 1 billion USD per gram if it could be efficiently produced. The element is the second most expensive substance on earth."

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"Besides Francium, Tritium is one of the most expensive substances on earth, costing around 30,000 USD per gram."

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"In 2020, approximately 3,400 tonnes of gold were produced worldwide."

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"Since its discovery in 1950, less than 30 grams of Einsteinium have been produced."

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"Only about 20 isotopes of Californium have been identified, the most stable of which is Californium-251."

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"Approximately 30% of all Gold in existence is held by central banks and international monetary organizations."

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"Rhodium has a high melting point of 1964 degrees Celsius and a boiling point of 3695 degrees Celsius."

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"The decay of Tritium is relatively slow, with a half-life of about 12.3 years."

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"The most expensive Precious Metal PGMs include Rhodium, Platinum, Palladium, Ruthenium, Iridium, and Osmium, with Rhodium leading at approximately $21,500 per ounce."

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