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Symbols of Chemical Elements

The symbols of chemical elements derive from their latin names, or from another language. For example, the symbol of iron is Fe. How much do you know about where their symbols derive from?


 

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Category:Science > Chemistry
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#1   What word does the symbol of Sodium (Na, atomic number 11) derive from?

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#2   What word does the symbol of Potassium (K, atomic number 19) derive from?

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#3   What word does the symbol of Iron (Fe, atomic number 26) derive from?

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#4   What word does the symbol of Copper (Cu, atomic number 29) derive from?

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#5   What word does the symbol of Silver (Ag, atomic number 47) derive from?

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#6   What word does the symbol of Tin (Sn, atomic number 50) derive from?

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#7   What word does the symbol of Antimony (Sb, atomic number 51) derive from?

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#8   What word does the symbol of Tungsten (W, atomic number 74) derive from?

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#9   What word does the symbol of Gold (Au, atomic number 79) derive from?

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#10   What word does the symbol of Mercury (Hg, atomic number 80) derive from?

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#11   What word does the symbol of Lead (Pb, atomic number 82) derive from?

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