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The Periodic Table of Elements

Elements Listed by Chemical Symbol

AcActinium89
AgSilver47
AlAluminum13
AmAmericium95
ArArgon18
AsArsenic33
AtAstatine85
AuGold79
BBoron5
BaBarium56
BeBeryllium4
BhBohrium107
BiBismuth83
BkBerkelium97
BrBromine35
CCarbon6
CaCalcium20
CdCadmium48
CeCerium58
CfCalifornium98
ClChlorine17
CmCurium96
CnCopernicium112
CoCobalt27
CrChromium24
CsCesium55
CuCopper29
DbDubnium105
DsDarmstadtium110
DyDysprosium66
ErErbium68
EsEinsteinium99
EuEuropium63
FFluorine9
FeIron26
FlFlerovium114
FmFermium100
FrFrancium87
GaGallium31
GdGadolinium64
GeGermanium32
HHydrogen1
HeHelium2
HfHafnium72
HgMercury80
HoHolmium67
HsHassium108
IIodine53
InIndium49
IrIridium77
KPotassium19
KrKrypton36
LaLanthanum57
LiLithium3
LrLawrencium103
LuLutetium71
LvLivermorium116
MdMendelevium101
MgMagnesium12
MnManganese25
MoMolybdenum42
MtMeitnerium109
NNitrogen7
NaSodium11
NbNiobium41
NdNeodymium60
NeNeon10
NiNickel28
NoNobelium102
NpNeptunium93
OOxygen8
OsOsmium76
PPhosphorus15
PaProtactinium91
PbLead82
PdPalladium46
PmPromethium61
PoPolonium84
PrPraseodymium59
PtPlatinum78
PuPlutonium94
RaRadium88
RbRubidium37
ReRhenium75
RfRutherfordium104
RgRoentgenium111
RhRhodium45
RnRadon86
RuRuthenium44
SSulfur16
SbAntimony51
ScScandium21
SeSelenium34
SgSeaborgium106
SiSilicon14
SmSamarium62
SnTin50
SrStrontium38
TaTantalum73
TbTerbium65
TcTechnetium43
TeTellurium52
ThThorium90
TiTitanium22
TlThallium81
TmThulium69
UUranium92
UuoUnunoctium118
UupUnunpentium115
UusUnunseptium117
UutUnuntrium113
VVanadium23
WTungsten74
XeXenon54
YYttrium39
YbYtterbium70
ZnZinc30
ZrZirconium40

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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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