Element

A pure substance which cannot be broken down into simpler substances by chemical means. Set of stable atoms from which all known molecules are made. These atoms are organised as a function of their chemical properties in the so-called `Periodic Table of the Elements'.

ActiniumAc
AluminiumAl
AmericiumAm
AntimonySb
ArgonAr
ArsenicAs
AstatineAt
BariumBa
BerkeliumBk
BerylliumBe
BismuthBi
BoronB
BromineBr
CadmiumCd
CaesiumCs
CalciumCa
CaliforniumCf
CarbonC
CeriumCe
ChlorineCl
ChromiumCr
CobaltCo
CopperCu
CuriumCm
DysprosiumDy
EinsteiniumEs
ErbiumEr
EuropiumEu
FermiumFm
FluorineF
FranciumFr
GadoliniumGd
GalliumGa
GermaniumGe
GoldAu
HafniumHf
HeliumHe
HolmiumHo
HydrogenH
IndiumIn
IodineI
IridiumIr
IronFe
KryptonKr
LanthanumLa
LawrenciumLr
LeadPb
LithiumLi
lutetiumLu
MagnesiumMg
ManganeseMn
MendeleviumMd
MercuryHg
MolybdenumMo
NeodymiumNd
NeonNe
NeptuniumNp
NickelNi
NiobiumNb
NitrogenN
NobeliumNo
OsmiumOs
OxygenO
PalladiumPd
PhosphorusP
PlatinumPt
PlutoniumPu
PoloniumPo
PotassiumK
PraseodymiumPr
PromethiumPm
ProtactiniumPa
RadiumRa
RadonRn
RheniumRe
RhodiumRh
RubidiumRb
RutheniumRu
SamariumSm
ScandiumSc
SeleniumSe
SiliconSi
SilverAg
SodiumNa
StrontiumSr
SulphurS
TantalumTa
TechnetiumTc
TelleriumTe
TerbiumTb
ThalliumTl
ThoriumTh
ThuliumTm
TinSn
TitaniumTi
TungstenW
UraniumU
VanadiumV
XenonXe
YtterbiumYb
YttriumY
ZincZn
ZirconiumZr

See also: Chemical Symbols, Element Symbol.

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Subjects: Chemistry Physics