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The elements

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  • 1. The Elements
    Helium He Lithium Li Hydrogen H Sodium (Natrium) NaBoron B Carbon C Silicon Si Calcium (Lime) Ca
    Beryllium Be Fluorine F Neon Ne Sulfur (Brimstone) S
    Phosphorus P Nitrogen N Aluminum Al Potassium (Kalium) KChlorine Cl Argon Ar Magnesium Mg Iron (Ferrum) Fe
    Bromine Br Oxygen O Manganese Mn Copper (Cuprum) Cu
  • 2. The Elements
    Cobalt Co Nickel Ni Chromium Cr Lead (Plumbum) Pb
    Zinc Zn Krypton Kr Rubidium Rb Silver (Argentum) AgIodine I Platinum Pt Cadmium Cd Tin (Stannum) Sn
    Cesium Cs Barium Ba Francium Fr Antimony(Stibium) SbBismuth Bi Arsenic As Strontium Sr Tungsten(Wolfram)WRadon Rn Xenon Xe Polonium Po Gold (Aurum) Au
    Radium Ra Uranium U Mercury (Hydrargyrum or Quicksilver) Hg

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