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Chemical Symbols on the Periodic Table of the Elements: A Multiple-Choice Quiz
2017 Periodic Table of Elements
The Periodic Table of What???
- If you are one of the few people in the universe who doesn't find the Periodic Table of the Elements just a tad confusing, you will probably zip through this quiz without a hitch. If, however, you are just one of us "common folk" you may have to think about things you haven't thought of in years, and be exposed to elements you never even knew existed.
- Where the heck did all of these elements come from? When I was in college, some of them had not even been discovered, so I found this quiz a bit challenging. Home schoolers and high school students should find this quiz beneficial when studying the chemical symbols. I hope everyone finds it fun and entertaining.
- Take the video crash course before attempting the quiz. It's a great way to learn.
- Anyway, good luck!
Four New Elements Added in 2016
Their atomic numbers are 113, 115, 117 and 118 and they are the latest additions to the Periodic Table of Elements, added in December of 2016. Their official names were revealed as Tennessine, Nihonium, Moscovium and Oganesson. All four of these elements, synthetically created in labs, complete the seventh row of the periodic table.
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