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What is caesium?

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Caesium is a soft, silvery-white metal. It is an alkali metal with atomic number 55, and is extremely reactive. Indeed, just in air it will ignite spontaneously, and if dropped into a small glass of water it will react with such force that the glass itself will explode!

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