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Lawrencium

  1. Lawrencium - A short-lived radioactive synthetic transoceanic element in the actinides section of the periodic table.
  2. Lawrencium - the atomic number is 103 and the chemical symbol is Lr.
  3. Lawrencium is a chemical element.
  4. Lawrencium is a d-block element and is placed with the other d-block elements in the transition metal chemical series.
  5. Lawrencium is a man made radioactive metal.

Meitnerium

  1. Meitnerium - the atomic number is 109 and the chemical symbol is Mt.
  2. Meitnerium is a chemical element in the periodic table that has the symbol Mt and atomic number 109.
  3. Meitnerium is a metal in Group VIIIB and the 7th period.
  4. Meitnerium is a metallic chemical element classified among the transactinides on the periodic table of elements.
  5. Meitnerium is an artificially produced radioactive element.

Chemical Elements

  1. Chemical elements are also given a unique chemical symbol.
  2. Chemical elements are commonly arranged in the periodic table.
  3. Chemical elements are quite simply the most basic structures commonly found in nature.
  4. The chemical elements are often displayed in a periodic table that is laid out to display recurring chemical properties.

Element

  1. An element is a class of atoms which have the same number of proton s in the nucleus.
  2. An element is a class of atoms which have the same number of protons in the nucleus.
  3. An element is a class of substances that contain the same number of protons in all its atoms.
  4. An element is a substance that is made up of only ONE type of atom, eg, copper metal is an element made up only of copper sized atoms.
  5. Element: A chemical substance that cannot be divided into simple substances by chemical means; atomic species with same number of protons.

Actinium

  1. Actinium - the atomic number is 89 and the chemical symbol is Ac.
  2. Actinium is a Chemical Element in the Periodic Table that has the symbol '''Ac''' and Atomic Number 89.
  3. Actinium is a chemical element with the symbol Ac and atomic number 89.
  4. Actinium is a radioactive element with the symbol Ac.
  5. Actinium is a radioactive element with the symbol.

Aluminium

  1. Aluminium - the atomic number is 13 and the chemical symbol is Al.
  2. Aluminium is a chemical element, a light silvery metal, not tarnished by air, sun nor rain.
  3. Aluminium is a good heat Conductor which is why it is used to make saucepans.
  4. Aluminium is a good heat conducter which is why it is used to make saucepans.
  5. Aluminium is a good thermal and electrical conductor, by weight better than copper.

Americium

  1. Americium - the atomic number is 95 and the chemical symbol is Am.
  2. Americium is a chemical element in the periodic table with the symbol Am and atomic number 95.
  3. Americium is a component of the smoke detector above.
  4. Americium is a man-made radioactive chemical.
  5. Americium is a radioactive rare earth metal which must be handled with care to avoid contact, since it is a heavy α and γ emitter.

Arsenic

  1. ARSENIC IS a chemical element in the peridic table with an atomic number 33.
  2. Arsenic - A silvery-white very poisonous chemical element.
  3. Arsenic is a Chemical Element in the Periodic Table that has the symbol '''As''' and Atomic Number 33.
  4. Arsenic is a chemical element and is a natural constituent of the Earth’s crust.
  5. Arsenic is a chemical element and is a natural constituent of the Earth's crust.

Barium

  1. Barium - the atomic number is 56 and the chemical symbol is Ba.
  2. Barium is a Chemical Element in the Periodic Table that has the symbol '''Ba''' and Atomic Number 56.
  3. Barium is a Metal lic element that is chemically similar to Calcium but more reactive.
  4. Barium is a chemical element classified among the alkaline earth metals.
  5. Barium is a chemical element.

Berkelium

  1. Berkelium - the atomic number is 97 and the chemical symbol is Bk.
  2. Berkelium is a chemical element, in the periodic table and has the symbol Bk and atomic number 97.
  3. Berkelium is a man-made chemical element that exists only in radioactive forms prepared by nuclear reaction.
  4. Berkelium is a radioactive metallic element produced by bombarding americium 241 with helium ions.
  5. Berkelium is a radioactive metallic element that is a member of the actinide group of elements.

Beryllium

  1. Beryllium - the atomic number is 4 and the chemical symbol is Be.
  2. Beryllium is a chemical element in the periodic table that has the symbol Be and atomic number 4.
  3. Beryllium is a chemical element with the symbol Be and atomic number 4.
  4. Beryllium is a hard, brittle metal with a grayish-white surface.
  5. Beryllium is a hard, grayish element that does not occur naturally.

Bismuth

  1. Bismuth - the atomic number is 83 and the chemical symbol is Bi.
  2. Bismuth is a Chemical Element in the Periodic Table that has the symbol '''Bi''' and Atomic Number 83.
  3. Bismuth is a chemical element that has the symbol Bi and atomic number 83.
  4. Bismuth is a chemical element; atomic number 83.
  5. Bismuth is a gray-white, lustrous, hard, brittle, coarsely crystalline metal.

Bohrium

  1. Bohrium - the atomic number is 107 and the chemical symbol is Bh.
  2. Bohrium is a chemical element classified in the transactinide group on the periodic table of elements.
  3. Bohrium is a chemical element in the periodic table that has the symbol Bh and atomic number 107.
  4. Bohrium is a man-made element.
  5. Bohrium is a synthetic element that is not present in the environment at all.

Boron

  1. Boron is a bad conductor of electricity at room temperature but a good conductor at a high temperature.
  2. Boron - A chemical element commonly used as the dopant in a solar cell.
  3. Boron - the atomic number is 5 and the chemical symbol is B. The name derives from the Arabic buraq for "white".
  4. Boron is a Group 13 element.
  5. Boron is a chemical element in the periodic table that has the symbol B and atomic number 5.

Cadmium

  1. CADMIUM IS A HIGHLY TOXIC metal with a long biological half-life that targets lung, liver, kidney, and bone ( 6, 13, 35, 55).
  2. Cadmium - A metallic chemical element used in alloys.
  3. Cadmium - the atomic number is 48 and the chemical symbol is Cd.
  4. Cadmium is a Chemical Element in the Periodic Table that has the symbol '''Cd''' and Atomic Number 48.
  5. Cadmium is a chemical element in the periodic table that has the symbol -Cd- and atomic number forty-eight.

Caesium

  1. Caesium - the atomic number is 55 and the chemical symbol is Cs.
  2. Caesium is a chemical element in the periodic table that has the symbol Cs and atomic number 55.
  3. Caesium is a chemical element, in the periodic table.
  4. Caesium is a soft, silver-white, metallic element with atomic number 55.
  5. Caesium is also the most electropositive and most alkaline chemical element and also has the least ionization potential of all the elements.

Calcium

  1. Calcium - the atomic number is 20 and the chemical symbol is Ca.
  2. Calcium is a chemical element (symbol Ca) and is the most abundant mineral in the body.
  3. Calcium is a chemical element and member of the alkaline-earth metals group.
  4. Calcium is a chemical element in the periodic table that has the symbol Ca and atomic number 20.
  5. Calcium is a chemical element, a member of the alkaline-earth metals group, represented by the atomic symbol Ca and the atomic number 20.

Californium

  1. Californium - the atomic number is 98 and the chemical symbol is Cf.
  2. Californium is a chemical element in the periodic table that has the symbol Cf and atomic number 98.
  3. Californium is a chemical element.
  4. Californium is a member of the actinide series actinide series, a series of radioactive metallic elements in Group 3 of the periodic table .
  5. Californium is a member of the actinide series of chemical elements and is found in group IIIb of the periodic table.

Carbon

  1. Carbon - the atomic number is 6 and the chemical symbol is C. The name derives from the Latin carbo for "charcoal".
  2. Carbon : an international journal sponsored by the American Carbon Society.
  3. Carbon is a Group 14 element.
  4. Carbon is a chemical element in the periodic table that has the symbol C and atomic number 6.
  5. Carbon is a chemical element number 6 in the periodic table.

Cerium

  1. Cerium - the atomic number is 58 and the chemical symbol is Ce.
  2. Cerium is a Chemical Element in the Periodic Table that has the symbol '''Ce''' and Atomic Number 58.
  3. Cerium is a chemical element with the symbol Ce and atomic number 58.
  4. Cerium is a component of Mischmetal, which is extensively used in the manufacture of pyrophoric alloys for cigarette lighters.
  5. Cerium is a component of misch metal, which is extensively used in the manufacture of pyrophoric alloys for cigarette lighters.

Chromium

  1. Chromium - the atomic number is 24 and the chemical symbol is Cr.
  2. Chromium is a Chemical Element in the Periodic Table that has the symbol '''Cr''' and Atomic Number 24.
  3. Chromium is a bright, lustrous metal with good corrosion resistance.
  4. Chromium is a chemical element having atomic No.
  5. Chromium is a chemical element which has the symbol Cr and atomic number 24.

Cobalt

  1. Cobalt - the atomic number is 27 and the chemical symbol is Co.
  2. Cobalt is a Chemical Element in the Periodic Table that has the symbol '''Co''' and Atomic Number 27.
  3. Cobalt is a brittle, hard metal, resembling iron and nickel in appearance.
  4. Cobalt is a brittle, hard, transition metal with magnetic properties similar to those of iron.
  5. Cobalt is a central component of the Vitamin Cobalamin , or Vitamin B-12 .

Copper

  1. Copper is a chemical element in the periodic table that has the symbol Cu and atomic number 29.
  2. Copper is a chemical element in the periodic table that has the symbol Cu ( L.: Cuprum) and atomic number 29.
  3. Copper - the atomic number is 29 and the chemical symbol is Cu.
  4. Copper is a chemical element in the periodic table that has the symbol Cu ( Latin: cuprum) and atomic number 29.
  5. Copper is a chemical element that has the symbol Cu (Latin: cuprum) and atomic number 29.
  6. Copper is a chemical element with the symbol Cu ( Latin: cuprum) and atomic number 29.
  7. Copper is a chemical element with the symbol Cu.
  8. Copper is a chemical element.
  9. Copper is a chemical element; atomic number 29.

Curium

  1. Curium - the atomic numberis 96 and the chemical symbol is Cm.
  2. Curium is a chemical element in the periodic table and has the symbol Cm and atom number 96.
  3. Curium is a hard, brittle, silvery metal that tarnishes slowly in dry air at room temperature.
  4. Curium is a member of the actinide series actinide series, a series of radioactive metallic elements in Group 3 of the periodic table .
  5. Curium is a member of the actinide series in Group 3 of the periodic table .

Darmstadtium

  1. Darmstadtium is a radioactive element that does not exist in nature.
  2. Darmstadtium - the atomic number is 110 and the chemical symbol is Ds.
  3. Darmstadtium is a chemical element with the symbol Ds and atomic number 110.
  4. Darmstadtium is a chemical element.
  5. Darmstadtium is a super heavy element which was first produced in 1994.

Dubnium

  1. Dubnium is a good conductor of electricity and thermal energy, but has no known uses.
  2. Dubnium is a chemical element in the periodic table that has the symbol Db and atomic number 105.
  3. Dubnium - the atomic number is 105 and the chemical symbol is Db.
  4. Dubnium is a chemical element.
  5. Dubnium is a debugging frontend for the DBGp protocol, as implemented by XDebug , among others.
  6. Dubnium is a highly radioactive metal.
  7. Dubnium is a man made element and so it has no use of any kind and cannot be found anywhere in our environment today.
  8. Dubnium is a solid metal at room temperature.
  9. Dubnium is a synthetic element that is not present in the environment at all.

Dysprosium

  1. Dysprosium - the atomic number is 66 and the chemical symbol is Dy.
  2. Dysprosium is a Chemical Element in the Periodic Table that has the symbol '''Dy''' and Atomic Number 66.
  3. Dysprosium is a component of glass blowers spectacles.
  4. Dysprosium is a lustrous silvery metal; it is very soft and can be cut with a knife.
  5. Dysprosium is a rare earth metal element which is designated by the atomic symbol Dy.

Einsteinium

  1. Einsteinium - the atomic number is 99 and the chemical symbol is Es.
  2. Einsteinium is a chemical element , in the periodic table einsteinium has the symbol Es and atom number 99.
  3. Einsteinium is a chemical element with the atomic number 99.
  4. Einsteinium is a chemical element, in the periodic table einsteinium has the symbol Es and atomic number 99.
  5. Einsteinium is a diy label dedicated to music made with a drum machine.

Erbium

  1. Erbium - the atomic number is 68 and the chemical symbol is Er.
  2. Erbium is a Chemical Element in the Periodic Table that has the symbol '''Er''' and Atomic Number 68.
  3. Erbium is a chemical element.
  4. Erbium is a grayish silver element that also occurs as a series of pink compounds.
  5. Erbium is a lanthanide series, rare-earth element characterized by the atomic symbol Er.

Europium

  1. Europium - the atomic number is 63 and the chemical symbol is Eu.
  2. Europium is a chemical element in the periodic table that has europium oxide the symbol Eu and atomic number 63.
  3. Europium is a chemical element in the periodic table that has the symbol Eu and atomic number 63.
  4. Europium is a chemical element with the symbol Eu and atomic number 63.
  5. Europium is a ductile silvery-white metal; it is both rare and expensive.

Fermium

  1. Fermium - An element from the Periodic Table based on the IOUPAC 1985 standard.
  2. Fermium - the atomic number is 100 and the chemical symbol is Fm.
  3. Fermium is a chemical element , in the periodic table Fermium has the symbol Fm and atom number 100.
  4. Fermium is a chemical element.
  5. Fermium is a member of Group 3 of the periodic table .

Fluorine

  1. Fluorine - the gas of Lucifer.
  2. Fluorine is a Group 17 element.
  3. Fluorine is a chemical element in the periodic table that has the symbol F and atomic number 9.
  4. Fluorine is a gaseous element with the symbol F belonging to the group known as halogens.
  5. Fluorine is a member of group VIIa of the periodic table.

Francium

  1. Francium - the atomic number is 87 and the chemical symbol is Fr.
  2. Francium is a candidate for atomic parity non-conservation (PNC) experiments.
  3. Francium is a chemical element in the periodic table that has the symbol Fr and atomic number 87.
  4. Francium is a chemical element that has the symbol Fr and atomic number 87.
  5. Francium is a highly radioactive alkali metal that decays into astatine, radium, and radon; as an alkali metal, it has one valence electron.

Gadolinium

  1. Gadolinium is a chemical compound given during MRI scans that highlights areas of inflammation.
  2. Gadolinium - the atomic number is 64 and the chemical symbol is Gd.
  3. Gadolinium is a Chemical Element in the Periodic Table that has the symbol '''Gd''' and Atomic Number 64.
  4. Gadolinium is a metallic chemical element which is classified in the rare earth metals.
  5. Gadolinium is a silvery white, malleable and ductile Rare Earth metal with a metallic luster.

Gallium

  1. Gallium - the atomic number is 31 and the chemical symbol is Ga.
  2. Gallium is a by-product of the smelting of other metals, notably aluminium and zinc, and it is rarer than gold.
  3. Gallium is a chemical element in the periodic table that has the symbol Ga and atomic number 31.
  4. Gallium is a chemical element that has the symbol Ga and atomic number 31.
  5. Gallium is a fairly reactive element.

Gold

  1. Gold - A bright yellow metallic element used from the earliest days of coin production through to the present.
  2. Gold - All the details on world gold bullion, silver and platinum 2000 bullion coins.
  3. Gold - the atomic number is 79 and the chemical symbol is Au.
  4. Gold is a beautiful yellow metal that has been used as currency for aeons.
  5. Gold is a chemical element in the Periodic Table with the symbol Au (from the Latin Aurum) and atomic number of 79.

Hafnium

  1. Hafnium - the atomic number is 72 and the chemical symbol is Hf The name derives from the Latin hafnia for "Copenhagen".
  2. Hafnium is a Chemical Element in the Periodic Table that has the symbol '''Hf''' and Atomic Number 72.
  3. Hafnium is a Group 4 transition element.
  4. Hafnium is a bright silver, ductile, lustrous metallic element with a very high melting point.
  5. Hafnium is a bright, silvery-gray metal that is very ductile.

Half-Life

  1. A half-life is the time it takes for one half of a sample to break down.
  2. Half-Life: The time it takes for radioactive material to decay by half of its original amount.
  3. Half-life is the time it takes for a radionuclide to lose half of its own radioactivity.
  4. Half-life: The amount of time required for half of the mass of a radioactive isotope to decay.
  5. Half-life: The period required for half of the atoms of a particular radioactive isotope to decay and become an isotope of another element.

Hassium

  1. Hassium - the atomic number is 108 and the chemical symbol is Hs.
  2. Hassium is a chemical element in the periodic table that has the symbol Hs and atomic number 108.
  3. Hassium is a synthetic element that is not present in the environment.
  4. Hassium is a synthetic element.
  5. Hassium was discovered in 1984 by a team of physicists led by Armbruster and Münzenberg in Germany.

Holmium

  1. Holmium - the atomic number is 67 and the chemical symbol is Ho.
  2. Holmium is a chemical element in the periodic table that has the symbol Ho and atomic number 67.
  3. Holmium is a chemical element with the symbol Ho and atomic number 67.
  4. Holmium is a melleable, soft, lustrous metal with a silvery colour, belonging to the lantanides series of the periodic chart of elements.
  5. Holmium is a metallic chemical element grouped with the lanthanides in the periodic table of elements.

Hydrogen

  1. Ancient Greek ---------------- (geinomai): "to beget or sire")[2] The word "hydrogen" has several different meanings; 1.
  2. Different meanings of "hydrogen" The word "hydrogen" means different things to different people, leading to much confusion.
  3. Hydrogen - A chemical element that can be used as a fuel since it has a very high energy content.
  4. Hydrogen - A chemical element that is used as a fuel (notably in fuel cells).
  5. Hydrogen Is A Fuel Hydrogen, in its liquid form, has been used as a fuel in space vehicles for years.

Indium

  1. Indium is a chemical element in the periodic table that has the symbol In and atomic number 49.
  2. Indium is a byproduct of the formation of lead and zinc.
  3. Indium - the atomic number is 49 and the chemical symbol is In.
  4. Indium is a chemical element with chemical symbol In and atomic number 49.
  5. Indium is a metallic chemical element classified in the poor metals, in group 13 of the periodic table.

Iridium

  1. Iridium - the atomic number is 77 and the chemical symbol is Ir.
  2. Iridium is a Chemical Element in the Periodic Table that has the symbol '''Ir''' and Atomic Number 77.
  3. Iridium is a Cincinnati Ohio-based rock and cover band.
  4. Iridium is a base element.
  5. Iridium is a chemical element that has the symbol Ir and atomic number 77.

Iron

  1. Iron - the atomic number is 26 and the chemical symbol is Fe.
  2. Iron is a Group 8 element|group 8 and Period 4 element|period 4 metal.
  3. Iron is a catalyst throughout the plant, involved in energy and enzyme actions.
  4. Iron is a cheap, abundant, useful, and important metal.
  5. Iron is a chemical element in the periodic table that has the symbol Fe ( L.: Ferrum) and atomic number 26.

Isotope

  1. An isotope is an atom which contains a.
  2. An isotope is any of several different forms of an element each having different mass.
  3. Isotope: A form of a chemical element with a different atomic mass.
  4. Isotope: A form of a chemical element with the same atomic number as another element but having a different atomic mass.
  5. Isotope: An atomic form of an element having a particular number of neutrons.

Isotopes

  1. Isotopes - one of two or more atoms having the same atomic number but differing in atomic weight and mass number.
  2. Isotopes are any of the different forms of an element each having different atomic mass ( mass number).
  3. Isotopes are any of the several different forms of an element each having different atomic mass ( mass number).
  4. Isotopes are any of the several different forms of an element each having different atomic mass.
  5. Isotopes are atoms of elements with different numbers of neutrons We have already learned that ions are atoms that are either missing or have extra.

Lanthanum

  1. Lanthanum - the atomic number is 57 and the chemical symbol is La.
  2. Lanthanum is a chemical element in the periodic table that has the symbol La and atomic number 57.
  3. Lanthanum is a chemical element with the symbol La and atomic number 57.
  4. Lanthanum is a chemically active element.
  5. Lanthanum is a ductile and malleable, silvery-white metal, soft enough to be cut with a knife.

Lead

  1. Lead - A heavy bluish-gray metallic chemical element.
  2. Lead - the atomic number is 82 and the chemical symbol is Pb.
  3. Lead is a Chemical Element in the Periodic Table that has the symbol '''Pb''' ( L. '''''plumbum''''') and Atomic Number 82.
  4. Lead is a Poison ous metal that can damage nervous connections (especially in young children) and cause blood and brain disorders.
  5. Lead is a bluish-white lustrous metal.

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