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The Periodic Table of Elements

Elements Listed by Chemical Name

ActiniumAc89
AluminumAl13
AmericiumAm95
AntimonySb51
ArgonAr18
ArsenicAs33
AstatineAt85
BariumBa56
BerkeliumBk97
BerylliumBe4
BismuthBi83
BohriumBh107
BoronB5
BromineBr35
CadmiumCd48
CalciumCa20
CaliforniumCf98
CarbonC6
CeriumCe58
CesiumCs55
ChlorineCl17
ChromiumCr24
CobaltCo27
CoperniciumCn112
CopperCu29
CuriumCm96
DarmstadtiumDs110
DubniumDb105
DysprosiumDy66
EinsteiniumEs99
ErbiumEr68
EuropiumEu63
FermiumFm100
FleroviumFl114
FluorineF9
FranciumFr87
GadoliniumGd64
GalliumGa31
GermaniumGe32
GoldAu79
HafniumHf72
HassiumHs108
HeliumHe2
HolmiumHo67
HydrogenH1
IndiumIn49
IodineI53
IridiumIr77
IronFe26
KryptonKr36
LanthanumLa57
LawrenciumLr103
LeadPb82
LithiumLi3
LivermoriumLv116
LutetiumLu71
MagnesiumMg12
ManganeseMn25
MeitneriumMt109
MendeleviumMd101
MercuryHg80
MolybdenumMo42
MoscoviumMc115
NeodymiumNd60
NeonNe10
NeptuniumNp93
NickelNi28
NihoniumNh113
NiobiumNb41
NitrogenN7
NobeliumNo102
OganessonOg118
OsmiumOs76
OxygenO8
PalladiumPd46
PhosphorusP15
PlatinumPt78
PlutoniumPu94
PoloniumPo84
PotassiumK19
PraseodymiumPr59
PromethiumPm61
ProtactiniumPa91
RadiumRa88
RadonRn86
RheniumRe75
RhodiumRh45
RoentgeniumRg111
RubidiumRb37
RutheniumRu44
RutherfordiumRf104
SamariumSm62
ScandiumSc21
SeaborgiumSg106
SeleniumSe34
SiliconSi14
SilverAg47
SodiumNa11
StrontiumSr38
SulfurS16
TantalumTa73
TechnetiumTc43
TelluriumTe52
TennessineTs117
TerbiumTb65
ThalliumTl81
ThoriumTh90
ThuliumTm69
TinSn50
TitaniumTi22
TungstenW74
UraniumU92
VanadiumV23
XenonXe54
YtterbiumYb70
YttriumY39
ZincZn30
ZirconiumZr40

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In addition to the information contained within the Periodic Table of Elements, the following articles may be helpful if you are writing a report about an element or if you are making a model of an atom:

- How to calculate the number of protons, neutrons and electrons in an atom of an element

- How to make a model of an atom

- How to draw an atom (video)

- How to read an electron configuration chart

- A list of who discovered each element

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