here's the deal. we get extra credit in chem if we do a certain assignment handed out by the teacher (extra credit in 11th grade? and we get warnings when we don't raise our hands to talk...). These four riddles are of certain elements on the periodic table. If anyone could figure one or more out and back up their answer, it would be a huge help to me because I'm in need of a little E.C.
1) Most copious of elements, ethereal art I,
In stars am fused, as man doth try,
Spark me in air and feel a peal of thunder,
Apply then a current and see the product sunder
We're 99% sure that is Hydrogen.
2) Of I and tired tatting, Joe Kesselring did write,
Kill, save, or preserve, when applied, I just might,
Black, yellow, and gray_colored forms I may take,
Avoidance is futile, for in all foods I wait.
We believe this is Sodium (Na).
3) Luna in my name, lunacy in a weed,
A diet with me is what you all need.
But ingest too much, fetid from all pores,
Light up my life and I will electrify yours.
This may be Iron (Fe).
4) Candy on the tongue, blanket in the lung,
Prized may be the ore from which it is wrung.
The only light metal that is difficult to melt,
The Wizard's city, in part, from it was built.
We think this is Carbon.
Please don't post something like "do it yourself you fag" or gay shit like that. If you have time, try to answer one and help me and some kids out.