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The Periodic Table of Elements

Elements Listed by Atomic Number

1HydrogenH
2HeliumHe
3LithiumLi
4BerylliumBe
5BoronB
6CarbonC
7NitrogenN
8OxygenO
9FluorineF
10NeonNe
11SodiumNa
12MagnesiumMg
13AluminumAl
14SiliconSi
15PhosphorusP
16SulfurS
17ChlorineCl
18ArgonAr
19PotassiumK
20CalciumCa
21ScandiumSc
22TitaniumTi
23VanadiumV
24ChromiumCr
25ManganeseMn
26IronFe
27CobaltCo
28NickelNi
29CopperCu
30ZincZn
31GalliumGa
32GermaniumGe
33ArsenicAs
34SeleniumSe
35BromineBr
36KryptonKr
37RubidiumRb
38StrontiumSr
39YttriumY
40ZirconiumZr
41NiobiumNb
42MolybdenumMo
43TechnetiumTc
44RutheniumRu
45RhodiumRh
46PalladiumPd
47SilverAg
48CadmiumCd
49IndiumIn
50TinSn
51AntimonySb
52TelluriumTe
53IodineI
54XenonXe
55CesiumCs
56BariumBa
57LanthanumLa
58CeriumCe
59PraseodymiumPr
60NeodymiumNd
61PromethiumPm
62SamariumSm
63EuropiumEu
64GadoliniumGd
65TerbiumTb
66DysprosiumDy
67HolmiumHo
68ErbiumEr
69ThuliumTm
70YtterbiumYb
71LutetiumLu
72HafniumHf
73TantalumTa
74TungstenW
75RheniumRe
76OsmiumOs
77IridiumIr
78PlatinumPt
79GoldAu
80MercuryHg
81ThalliumTl
82LeadPb
83BismuthBi
84PoloniumPo
85AstatineAt
86RadonRn
87FranciumFr
88RadiumRa
89ActiniumAc
90ThoriumTh
91ProtactiniumPa
92UraniumU
93NeptuniumNp
94PlutoniumPu
95AmericiumAm
96CuriumCm
97BerkeliumBk
98CaliforniumCf
99EinsteiniumEs
100FermiumFm
101MendeleviumMd
102NobeliumNo
103LawrenciumLr
104RutherfordiumRf
105DubniumDb
106SeaborgiumSg
107BohriumBh
108HassiumHs
109MeitneriumMt
110DarmstadtiumDs
111RoentgeniumRg
112CoperniciumCn
113UnuntriumUut
114FleroviumFl
115UnunpentiumUup
116LivermoriumLv
117UnunseptiumUus
118UnunoctiumUuo

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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 read an electron configuration chart

- A list of who discovered each element

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