THE 2-MINUTE RULE FOR CRYSTAL PERIODIC TABLE WITH REAL ELEMENTS

The 2-Minute Rule for crystal periodic table with real elements

The 2-Minute Rule for crystal periodic table with real elements

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Calcium Ca 20
Fluorine F 9
Germanium Ge 32
Thulium Tm 69
Osmium Os 76


Rhodium Rh 45
Cadmium Cd 48


Hafnium Hf 72
Yttrium Y 39
Nobelium No 102
Plutonium Pu 94



Scandium Sc 21






Aluminium Al 13




Silicon Si 14
The majority of the symbols are like the name of the element but some symbols of elements have Latin roots. A good example for this can be silver which denoted by Ag from the Latin name"Argentum". Another such example are the emblem'Fe' that is used to denote Iron and can be traced to the Latin word for iron,"Ferrum". It could prove difficult for a novice in chemistry to find out the names of all of the elements in the periodic table since these symbols don't always correspond to the English names of these elements. Thus, a list of 118 elements and their symbols and atomic numbers is provided below:
Actinium Ac 89



Cesium Cs 55


Barium Ba 56




Molybdenum Mo 42




Titanium Ti 22



Platinum Pt 78




Holmium Ho 67


Berkelium Bk 97


Tantalum Ta 73
Manganese Mn 25
Fermium Fm 100







Uranium U 92



Californium Cf 98



Neptunium Np 93
118 Elements and Their Symbols and Atomic Numbers
Beryllium Be 4
Bromine Br 35
Gallium Ga 31
Chlorine Cl 17
Thorium Th 90






Indium In 49
Lead Pb 82
Arsenic As 33



Livermorium Lv 116
The periodic table of elements is broadly utilized within the field of Chemistry to look up compound elements since they're arranged in a manner that displays periodic trends in the chemical properties of the elements. On the other hand, the here Periodic table normally displays only the symbol of the element and not its whole name.


Lanthanum La 57
Carbon C 6



Lithium Li 3
Meitnerium Mt 109







Niobium Nb 41
Strontium Sr 38


Sulfur S 16


Copper Cu 29
Rhenium Re 75


Xenon Xe 54
Nihonium Nh 113


Magnesium Mg 12




The listing of 118 Elements and their symbols and atomic numbers will prove useful to beginners in chemistry. To learn more about how elements are categorized at the periodic table, see BYJU'S.


Erbium Er 68





Radium Ra 88
Darmstadtium Ds 110





Samarium Sm 62
Tennessine Ts 117
Mercury Hg 80


Seaborgium Sg 106



Phosphorus P 15
Gold Au 79
Cobalt Co 27
Oxygen O 8
Bohrium Bh 107





Neodymium Nd 60


Palladium Pd 46
Ytterbium Yb 70
Nickel Ni 28
Rutherfordium Rf 104




Neon Ne 10



Iron Fe 26


Cerium Ce 58
Rubidium Rb 37


Tin Sn 50
Antimony Sb 51
Hydrogen H 1
Argon Ar 18
Copernicium Cn 112



Americium Am 95
Lawrencium Lr 103


Hassium Hs 108
Dubnium Db 105


Astatine At 85



Silver Ag 47



Bismuth Bi 83
Moscovium Mc 115
Ruthenium Ru 44
Sodium Na 11
Einsteinium Es 99


Gadolinium Gd 64
Name of the Element Symbol of the Element Atomic Number


Helium He 2


Thallium Tl 81
Technetium Tc 43
Boron B 5


Tungsten W 74
Selenium Se 34



Tellurium Te 52


Dysprosium Dy 66



Europium Eu 63


Lutetium Lu 71
Krypton Kr 36
Roentgenium Rg 111


Polonium Po 84
Mendelevium Md 101





Vanadium V 23




Iridium Ir 77



Zirconium Zr 40



Protactinium Pa 91
Promethium Pm 61
Oganesson Og 118
Radon Rn 86
Chromium Cr 24



Nitrogen N 7
Terbium Tb 65
Zinc Zn 30
Iodine I 53



Curium Cm 96
Potassium K 19


Praseodymium Pr 59
Francium Fr 87


Flerovium Fl 114

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