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Periodic Table

The periodic table is a tabular arrangement of all discovered elements, the elements are arranged in order of their atomic number. The atomic number is the amount of protons in the nucleus.

The rows in the table are called periods and the columns in the table are called groups.

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1
H
hydrogen
1
4
He
Helium
2
7
Li
lithium
3
9
Be
beryllium
4
  11
B
boron
5
12
C
carbon
6
14
N
nitrogen
7
16
O
oxgen
8
19
F
flourine
9
20
Ne
neon
10
23
Na
sodium
11
24
Mg
magnesium
12
  27
Al
aluminium
13
28
Si
silicon
14
31
P
phosphorus
15
32
S
sulfur
16
35.5
Cl
chlorine
17
40
Ar
argon
18
39
K
potassium
19
40
Ca
calcium
20
45
Sc
scandium
21
48
Ti
titanium
22
51
V
vanadium
23
52
Cr
chromium
24
55
Mn
manganese
25
56
Fe
iron
26
59
Co
cobalt
27
59
Ni
nickel
28
63.5
Cu
copper
29
65
Zn
zinc
30
70
Ga
gallium
31
73
Ge
germanium
32
75
As
arsenic
33
79
Se
selinium
34
80
Br
bromine
35
84
Kr
krypton
36
85
Rb
rubidium
37
88
Sr
strongtium
38
89
Y
yttrium
39
91
Zr
zirconium
40
93
Nb
niobium
41
96
Mo
molybdenum
42
[98]
Tc
technetium
43
101
Ru
ruthenium
44
103
Rh
rhodium
45
106
Pd
palladium
46
108
Ag
silver
47
112
Cd
cadmium
48
115
In
indium
49
119
Sn
tin
50
122
Sb
antimony
51
128
Te
tellurium
52
127
I
iodine
53
131
Xe
xenon
54
133
Cs
caesium
55
137
Ba
barium
56
139
La*
lanthanum
57
178
Hf
hafnium
72
181
Ta
tantalum
73
184
W
tungsten
74
186
Re
rhenium
75
190
Os
osmium
76
192
Ir
iridium
77
195
Pt
platinum
78
197
Au
gold
79
201
Hg
mercury
80
204
Tl
thallium
81
207
Pb
lead
82
209
Bi
bismuth
83
[209]
Po
polonium
84
[210]
At
astatine
85
[222]
Rn
radon
86
[223]
Fr
francium
87
[226]
Ra
radium
88
[227]
Ac
actinium
89
[261]
Rf
rutherfordium
104
[262]
Db
dubnium
105
[266]
Sg
seaborgium
106
[264]
Bh
bohrium
107
[277]
Hs
hassium
108
[268]
Mt
meitnerium
109
[271]
Ds
darmstadtium
110
[272]
Rg
roentgenium
111
           
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