Everything around us consists of elements. They're used in everything that you can think of, and some of these elements cost way more money than you might think. This infographic from Alan's Factory Outlet looks at 75 elements from the periodic table, and analyzes what their average cost per kilogram is. 28 of the 75 have an average price of more than $1,000.00, with the most expensive out there being Polonium, which is used for satellites, atomic weapons, spacecraft, and lowering the amount of static electricity found within machinery. It's priced at an average of $49.2 trillion per kilogram!
Other very expensive elements which high costs per kilogram include Actinium ($29 trillion per kg), Technetium ($1.9 trillion per kg), Berkelium ($185 billion per kg), Californium ($185 billion per kg), and Curium ($160 billion per kg). The cheapest elements on the list include Chroline ($0.08 per kg), Sulfur ($0.09 per kg), Carbon ($0/12 per kg), Nitrogen ($0.14 per kg), and Oxygen ($0.15 per kg).
Infographic by: alansfactoryoutlet