We’ve palled around with tin for thousands of years, but you should know that it’s a fair-weather friend.
The story of indium is pretty straightforward, but its namesake is practically impossible to pin down.
The history of phosphorus is largely a tale of people getting their hands dirty. Very, very dirty.
Turns out ancient sages and seers might’ve actually known a thing or two. Also, is there a good reason for sodium’s chemical symbol? Na.