Periodic Table Quiz

There are 118 named elements in the Periodic Table. How many can you guess?
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Last updated: December 6, 2019
First submittedDecember 14, 2012
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1
H
2
He
3
Li
4
Be
5
B
6
C
7
N
8
O
9
F
10
Ne
11
Na
12
Mg
13
Al
14
Si
15
P
16
S
17
Cl
18
Ar
19
K
20
Ca
21
Sc
22
Ti
23
V
24
Cr
25
Mn
26
Fe
27
Co
28
Ni
29
Cu
30
Zn
31
Ga
32
Ge
33
As
34
Se
35
Br
36
Kr
37
Rb
38
Sr
39
Y
40
Zr
41
Nb
42
Mo
43
Tc
44
Ru
45
Rh
46
Pd
47
Ag
48
Cd
49
In
50
Sn
51
Sb
52
Te
53
I
54
Xe
55
Cs
56
Ba
72
Hf
73
Ta
74
W
75
Re
76
Os
77
Ir
78
Pt
79
Au
80
Hg
81
Tl
82
Pb
83
Bi
84
Po
85
At
86
Rn
87
Fr
88
Ra
104
Rf
105
Db
106
Sg
107
Bh
108
Hs
109
Mt
110
Ds
111
Rg
112
Cn
113
Nh
114
Fl
115
Mc
116
Lv
117
Ts
118
Og
57
La
58
Ce
59
Pr
60
Nd
61
Pm
62
Sm
63
Eu
64
Gd
65
Tb
66
Dy
67
Ho
68
Er
69
Tm
70
Yb
71
Lu
89
Ac
90
Th
91
Pa
92
U
93
Np
94
Pu
95
Am
96
Cm
97
Bk
98
Cf
99
Es
100
Fm
101
Md
102
No
103
Lr
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Element
1
Hydrogen
2
Helium
3
Lithium
4
Beryllium
5
Boron
6
Carbon
7
Nitrogen
8
Oxygen
9
Fluorine
10
Neon
11
Sodium
12
Magnesium
13
Aluminium
14
Silicon
15
Phosphorus
16
Sulfur
17
Chlorine
18
Argon
19
Potassium
20
Calcium
21
Scandium
22
Titanium
23
Vanadium
24
Chromium
#
Element
25
Manganese
26
Iron
27
Cobalt
28
Nickel
29
Copper
30
Zinc
31
Gallium
32
Germanium
33
Arsenic
34
Selenium
35
Bromine
36
Krypton
37
Rubidium
38
Strontium
39
Yttrium
40
Zirconium
41
Niobium
42
Molybdenum
43
Technetium
44
Ruthenium
45
Rhodium
46
Palladium
47
Silver
48
Cadmium
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Element
49
Indium
50
Tin
51
Antimony
52
Tellurium
53
Iodine
54
Xenon
55
Cesium
56
Barium
57
Lanthanum
58
Cerium
59
Praseodymium
60
Neodymium
61
Promethium
62
Samarium
63
Europium
64
Gadolinium
65
Terbium
66
Dysprosium
67
Holmium
68
Erbium
69
Thulium
70
Ytterbium
71
Lutetium
72
Hafnium
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Element
73
Tantalum
74
Tungsten
75
Rhenium
76
Osmium
77
Iridium
78
Platinum
79
Gold
80
Mercury
81
Thallium
82
Lead
83
Bismuth
84
Polonium
85
Astatine
86
Radon
87
Francium
88
Radium
89
Actinium
90
Thorium
91
Protactinium
92
Uranium
93
Neptunium
94
Plutonium
95
Americium
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Element
96
Curium
97
Berkelium
98
Californium
99
Einsteinium
100
Fermium
101
Mendelevium
102
Nobelium
103
Lawrencium
104
Rutherfordium
105
Dubnium
106
Seaborgium
107
Bohrium
108
Hassium
109
Meitnerium
110
Darmstadtium
111
Roentgenium
112
Copernicium
113
Nihonium
114
Flerovium
115
Moscovium
116
Livermorium
117
Tennessine
118
Oganesson
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Level 14
May 2, 2016
Being a Middle-Schooner and get 87 of them, even though we are not even doing this. Guess I Am A Nerd... :-)
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Level 67
Dec 17, 2016
Pretty cool! I didn't even know sailing ships could type, let alone remember so many of the elements. :-P
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Level 40
Apr 12, 2018
Hey Ever see the titanic type? About 150 wpm
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Level 55
Aug 1, 2018
I got em all. 8th grade!!
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Level 52
Mar 31, 2020
Same (Though I could say all at 5th grade)
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Level 23
Jun 10, 2020
I don't even know any elements expect helium
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Level 34
Jun 20, 2020
feels bad man
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Level 66
May 5, 2016
Completed with 4.23 remaining
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Level 72
May 18, 2016
the symbol of Bismuth is Bi, not Bl
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Level ∞
May 20, 2016
Fixed!
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Level 66
May 19, 2016
Completed with 5.44 remaining!
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Level 32
May 21, 2016
100% with 3:30 remaining! I am in a high school chemistry class though.
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Level 58
Sep 16, 2018
6:12 left and I am an 11 year 6th grader
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Level 32
May 22, 2020
20:00 left and im just a fetus
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Level 50
Jun 6, 2016
Managed to type this out in 2:26. Not to be confused with time remaining.
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Level ∞
Jun 9, 2016
Four new elements have proposed names. We will update the quiz once the review period is over and the names are finalized.
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Level 58
Jun 10, 2016
I'm looking forward to writing "tennessine" and saying it with a southern drawl as I type.
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Level 50
Jun 13, 2016
*nerdgasm*
+24
Level 78
Jan 17, 2017
Aren't they aquarium, geranium, pandemonium, and auditorium?
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Level 51
Feb 5, 2017
You know, I keep wanting to type pandemonium. It just somehow should be there.... ;oP
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Level 46
Jun 17, 2016
113 - nihonium (Nh) 115 - moscovium (Mc) 117 - tennessine (Ts) 118 - oganesson (Og) In case, if You want to update. A concerned citizen :)
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Level ∞
Jun 18, 2016
@concernedcitizen. The names are under review. Once they are official we will update the quiz.
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Level 46
Jun 19, 2016
You are absolutely right. Somehow I thought, that it was official, but now that I red the article again, I see that You are right, they are still under review. Thanks anyway :)
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Level 76
Jun 22, 2016
Got Roentgenium, missed carbon, ugh.
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Level 30
Sep 1, 2016
LOL
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Level 21
Jun 29, 2016
I got 34 :D proud of myself though!
+2
Level 58
Dec 22, 2016
Keep trying!
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Level 63
Jul 8, 2016
Love this quiz. Took a while to learn them all (especially darmstadtium, roentgenium and mietnerium!) but so happy I can do it with 3 minutes to spare. I do this quiz once a month.
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Level 47
Jul 10, 2016
The song got me to 73. I am in the tech industry. I got yttrium, neodymium, indium, but not silicon or iridium. /me bows head in shame.
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Level 30
Sep 1, 2016
The problem after taking it more than once, you assume you enter an element and then end of like 6 short of what you knew/meant... Freaking Tin and Radium :(
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Level 51
Sep 23, 2016
done with 5:08 remaining :)
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Level 14
Sep 27, 2016
5 left.... so close!!!
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Level 39
Oct 7, 2016
Coming soon, dark matter...
+4
Level 86
Oct 21, 2016
Not likely, Dark matter is almost certainly non-baryonic, and so wouldn't be comprehended in a table based on baryon count.
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Level 45
Oct 8, 2016
Only got 42. Chemistry was never my best subject, AND I haven't taken it since high school (I graduated in 2007). Not THAT bad considering how much I'd forgotten.
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Level 12
Oct 12, 2016
I got 61, I am not one of those people who just go using Google
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Level 36
Apr 11, 2017
all 118. Memorized the Periodic Table song :)
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Level 16
Dec 6, 2018
same
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Level 28
May 20, 2017
got 113 I used google only for the new names cuz I forgot (oganesson nihonium tennesine and moscovium"
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Level 25
Jul 2, 2018
"only"
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Level 22
Oct 13, 2016
Yes finally, 100% with 8:32 remaining, that's pretty good for a 2nd grader. Hey MOM get the camera!!!
+3
Level 66
Oct 21, 2016
Several elements have been added since I took chemistry 30 years ago. It makes me feel old.
+1
Level 88
Mar 7, 2019
Don't worry, most of those added since you learned it are pretty close to useless beyond "look what I can do!"
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Level 45
Oct 31, 2016
This is the periodic table, noble gas is stable, halogens and alkali react aggressively...
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Level 29
Mar 15, 2017
Each period we'll see new outer shells, while electrons are added moving to the right.
+2
Level 17
Nov 6, 2016
NOOOOOO I was on livermoriu... it ended
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Level 50
Nov 9, 2016
The five month public review for the four new elements expired yesterday and according to the IUPAC website, formal approval by the IUPAC council now has to be carried out. The confirmation will be published in the monthly IUPAC journal, "Pure and Applied Chemistry," but I do not have a subscription to it nor do I have an idea as to when that will be released.
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Level 86
Nov 17, 2016
Wow, just smoked my personal best by 13 seconds to finish in 2:20. With the incoming 4 new elements... I'll probably never hit that fast again.
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Level 51
Nov 19, 2016
Natrium should be an acceptable answer for Sodium. Same goes for Kalium and Potassium.
+1
Level 34
Nov 25, 2016
Is this another term, because I don't think it is. Not enough sarcasm. Aulium for gold as well ._>
+1
Level 69
Aug 17, 2017
Why not argentium for silver then? and Plumbium for lead.
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Level 26
Aug 24, 2017
It's actually Aurum for Gold.
+2
Level 88
Mar 7, 2019
@mahble, it was Plumbum
+1
Level 34
Aug 11, 2017
If you're going to nitpick, include Wolfram for Tungsten.
+4
Level 68
Aug 23, 2017
Yes, why not? At least in Finland we do learn these by their 'scientific' names as well as the more commonly used ones. A word like sodium is only used in anglo-saxon world, and natrium is the word you find on the labels anywhere else. Besides, it's Na for Na-trium and so on...
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Level 10
Nov 21, 2016
I'm 2 and I got all of them
+1
Level 39
Jul 5, 2017
...good for you... sure. whatever.
+1
Level 33
Nov 23, 2016
Update it!! There is 118 now
+1
Level 86
Nov 29, 2016
Still waiting for IUPAC to make it official. Should be any day now.
+1
Level 34
Nov 25, 2016
L0l I memorized this
+11
Level 54
Nov 28, 2016
116/114 in 7 seconds and i'm 2 days old!!!!!
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Level 41
Mar 5, 2017
MEEE TOOOOO
+7
Level 25
Aug 1, 2017
im in womb discovering new elements
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Level 26
Aug 24, 2017
And my parents haven't met yet, so that makes me smartest !
+25
Level 19
Sep 15, 2017
You guys just think you are sooooooooo good, don't you? Well get this: I got exactly 134.927% correct, I finished in 4238 B.C., and I am only a 3 and a half day old piece of a cabbage leaf dipped in marinara sauce, lightly salted, and stuck onto the north wall of a walmart in lower michigan. And it's raining.
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Level 58
Dec 19, 2019
I just got 118/118 , and when I died 60 years ago there were only 80 elements
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Level 14
Sep 23, 2017
Not trying to sound mean but I seriously doubt it. Im 16 years old and I got 76/114
+7
Level 58
Nov 4, 2017
I sincerely hope that was sarcasm.
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Level 58
Nov 4, 2017
Well I'm currently in the limbo that consisted of everything and nothing before the Big Bang and I got forty eight decillion fifty two nonillion twenty seven octillion thirty nine septillion ninety four sextillion ninety nine quintillion two hundred and forty eight quadrillion eight hundred and ninety six trillion two hundred and two billion seven hundred and seventeen million eight hundred and twenty thousand four hundred and eighty two point nine eight nine six one four eight two three and I don't exist so you can all go to hell.
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Level 48
Nov 30, 2016
Now it's time to change, officially. source.
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Level 50
Nov 30, 2016
\:D/
+1
Level 62
Dec 2, 2016
Elements 113, 115, 117 and 118 have got permanent names now: nihonium (Nh), moscovium (Mc), Tennessine (Ts) and Oganesson (Og).
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Level 71
Dec 2, 2016
You need to add Nihonium (113, Nh), Moscovium (115, Mc), Tennessine (117, Ts), and Oganessun (118, Og) to the list.
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Level 67
Dec 2, 2016
The table now need to be updated with these four new elements: Nihonium (Nh), Moscovium (Mc), Tennessine (Ts) and Oganesson (Og).
+20
Level 86
Dec 2, 2016
@Quizmaster, you really need to update this quiz to include Nitpickium (Nk), Makeitsoium (Mk), Thanklessjobium (Tk), and OMGjustdoitalreadium (Omg)
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Level 72
Dec 3, 2016
OMGjustdoitalreadium is not an element.
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Level 48
Jan 16, 2020
r/whoosh
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Level 42
Apr 10, 2020
r/woooosh for the r/whoosh !
+1
Level 50
Dec 2, 2016
Hey Quizmaster: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wzr12gBrXA8
+6
Level 39
Dec 2, 2016
Water, earth, fire, air... I like the old days :P
+2
Level 40
Dec 18, 2017
There's living in the old days , then theres that
+1
Level 39
Dec 5, 2016
With the 4 news elements now confirmed by IUPAC, an update is needed!
+1
Level ∞
Dec 5, 2016
Done!
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Level 58
Dec 5, 2016
you've put nihonium's proton number as 112, should be 113. just thought i'd let you know :)
+1
Level 50
Dec 5, 2016
Woo!
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Level 51
Dec 5, 2016
Quizmaster? http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/01/science/periodic-table-new-elements.html?_r=1
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Level 72
Dec 5, 2016
There's two 112 in the diagram, one needs to be changed to 113
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Level 28
Dec 5, 2016
It updated while I was playing.
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Level 64
Dec 5, 2016
Before 108/114 now 108/118 Fyi "Japanium" does not work. 😂
+1
Level 86
Dec 6, 2016
Neither is Deutschlandium, guess that's just how it is.
+12
Level 62
Dec 13, 2017
Kyrgyzstanium, Saintvincentandthegrenadinium, Democraticrepublicofthecongonium
+3
Level 30
Dec 31, 2017
neither does saotomeandprincipeium
+1
Level 37
Jan 1, 2018
Neither bosniaandherzegovinanium
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Level 59
Jan 12, 2018
Separatecustomsterritoryoftaiwanpenghukinmenandmatsuium
+1
Level 63
Dec 8, 2016
How about kiwiquizzium (Kq)?
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Level 46
Jan 4, 2018
Any luck with lithuanium ?
+1
Level 67
Nov 16, 2019
Sounds like one to me. Also Lesothium
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Level 13
Dec 6, 2016
nium would be the 119th element.
+1
Level 58
Dec 6, 2016
Hmmm...does Oganesson really belong in the noble gas category? I seem to remember reading that it was even more reactive than Tennessine, a halogen. I guess we'll just have to wait and see...
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Level 86
Dec 7, 2016
With a half-life of less than a microsecond, it's hard to be sure of much yet, but it appears that under normal conditions, it's in a solid state, not a gas.
+1
Level 37
Dec 7, 2016
Nice job Quizmaster, now I have to redo this quiz!
+1
Level 63
Dec 8, 2016
When you type liveromium over and over again and can't understand why it doesn't work...
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Level 47
Jul 1, 2017
It's livermorium
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Level 56
Feb 27, 2018
He knew.
+1
Level 63
Apr 30, 2018
She.
+1
Level 42
Apr 10, 2020
It.
+2
Level 63
Dec 8, 2016
Learning the last new element: organlesson, take out the r and the l.
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Level 33
Dec 4, 2017
tennesseenium, japanium.
+1
Level 30
Dec 8, 2016
I am a genius. I got bismuth and missed oxygen. LOL!!!!!
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Level 63
Jan 30, 2018
A genius would not miss oxygen. Also, considering your name, I sincerely hope that you got iron.
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Level 65
Feb 13, 2018
Someone could stand to look up the definition of the word "sarcasm"....
+1
Level 58
Dec 8, 2016
Mfw Nihonium, Moscovium, Tennessine and Oganesson decided to screw up my life
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Level 73
Dec 9, 2016
As I continue to work on this, I had a thought- is it possible to make the table (which helps so much and I love it) have a mouseover after you finish like the maps do? It's a lot easier for me to see what I missed that way rather than scrolling through the answers.
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Level 50
Dec 10, 2016
While we're making suggestions, having the periodic table color coded based on the type of element would also be nice.
+1
Level 39
Dec 13, 2016
100% first try, all in order, 6:04 remaining :P
+1
Level 38
Dec 15, 2016
I still can't say: "And bismuth, bromine, carbon, cobalt, tungsten, tin and sodium" without fracturing my tongue. And I keep forgetting lead goshdarnit.
+1
Level 38
Nov 5, 2017
It's actually "Chlorine carbon cobalt copper tungsten tin and sodium."
+1
Level 76
Dec 15, 2016
Am I the only one who tried adamantium out of sheer desperation?
+1
Level 58
Dec 22, 2016
wen u is twlv nd u gt 100 prcnt coz u iz smrt
+1
Level 58
Nov 5, 2017
ye, supr rlatabl cuz i iz smrt 2
+1
Level 33
Dec 4, 2017
nd u cn spl gd i smrtzzzz 2
+3
Level 58
Jan 31, 2018
I'm interested in your religion.
+1
Level 47
Dec 28, 2016
Yay 100%. I finally got them all in order.
+1
Level 25
Dec 28, 2016
First try and 7:33 remaining
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Level 33
Dec 29, 2016
btw has anyone used the tom lehrer version. its not in order and gets all but 11 i think but its a very quick song and also catchy. youll be singing it the rest of your life! :) its really helpful since im going to high school next year.
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Level 33
Dec 29, 2016
https://play.google.com/music/preview/Tzlgkwsypnrs44atroirayvid2y?lyrics=1&utm_source=google&utm_medium=search&utm_campaign=lyrics&pcampaignid=kp-lyrics heres the lyrics
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Level 69
Jan 1, 2017
Got praseodymium, missed lead. *sigh*
+1
Level 34
Jan 6, 2017
yay 100% with 6:44 left I am only 5 years old btw
+2
Level 58
Jan 12, 2017
Hilarious
+2
Level 18
Jan 12, 2017
Im 11 and finished in 28 seconds left with brothers help but his help was horrible and distacted me so I had only 28 seconds left.
+2
Level 58
Jan 12, 2017
um....exCUSE me?
+1
Level 39
Feb 13, 2017
So close! 114/118
+2
Level 28
Feb 16, 2017
That moment when your not updated and your like Ununtrium ununpentium ununseptium ununoctium but everythings done and your crying for help
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Level 63
Feb 17, 2017
Unobtainium?
+1
Level 30
Dec 31, 2017
You play idle mine, hardly any of the stuff in that game is real.
+1
Level 51
Mar 6, 2017
completed with 9:36 remaining
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Level 35
Nov 3, 2017
that is fast. my best is 9:12.
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Level 43
Mar 26, 2017
Did it with 1:47 left. Would have been quicker if some were easier to spell.
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Level 78
Apr 8, 2017
I've tried this so many times and today I scored 81, my best score ever. That's enough to get my scientist badge so I'm going to give up on trying to get them all. The old noggin just resists too much. It's back to working on world capitals.
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Level 46
Apr 19, 2017
Moscovium, Tennessine, Oganesson, and Nihonium? I've taken this quiz before but have never seen this. Did they officially name all the 110s elements, then? (Safe to assume that Moscovium was discovered by a Russian scientists and Nihonium by Japanese scientists?)
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Level 63
Apr 25, 2017
The IUPAC spelling is "caesium". Just saying.
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Level 33
Apr 25, 2017
unupentium unuseptium unuoctium
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Level 33
Dec 5, 2017
and ununtrium
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Level 37
May 6, 2017
I got 112
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Level 37
May 10, 2017
My science class is doing this subject at the moment -teacher might not be happy with only 45% (53/118). he should get the class to do it. must admit I used my sheet of the periodic table symbols to remind me...
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Level 39
May 11, 2017
89, gosh darnit
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Level 70
May 15, 2017
If you have had a go at this quiz you must like a challenge, so try my puzzle-quiz at CHALLENGE 3 ............. http://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/120558/challenge-3
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Level 11
May 20, 2017
Wonderful!
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Level 17
May 30, 2017
got 118/118, with 2:2 time left.
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Level 17
Jun 21, 2017
the only reason people got most of it is the periodic table
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Level 49
Oct 29, 2019
What does that even mean...
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Level 33
Jul 20, 2017
I got 112/118 and only received 4 points. Frustrating...
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Level 56
Jul 20, 2017
I did pretty bad but hey, at least I knew the least known one! (thanks to a CGP Gray podcast)
+1
Level 35
Jul 28, 2017
Forgot Silicon !
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Level 28
Aug 23, 2017
Can you do it without a table or list to fill in? https://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/251006/periodic-table-of-elements-no-hints
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Level 52
Aug 26, 2017
I did it, all 118! I started off from maybe 30 a couple of months ago. I have come back to do this one almost every day over and over again (but not studying them otherwise) and today I got them all!
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Level 63
Jan 29, 2018
Excellent! That's what I did, and I still come back and do this about once a month. Just for fun :-)
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Level 46
Sep 7, 2017
Yay got em all, I learnt the new elements as Ununtrium, Flerovium Ununpentium, Livermorium, Ununseptium and Ununoctium so it took me a while to get the American version. Love the quiz though :)
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Level 29
Oct 6, 2017
Well, to be honest, this isn't the "American" version. It's the official version in english. The 4 new elements were added a while ago now.
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Level 17
Sep 14, 2017
i memorized the periodic table in 2015, now they've added 4 new ones. its confusing
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Level 73
Oct 10, 2017
When (and where) I memorized it, there was still Ku (Kurchatovium, Kurtschatowium, kourtchatovium etc.) in it. Aren't you glad they found an easier-to-spell name for that one (Rf).
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Level 33
Dec 4, 2017
Soon, there will be an element called Bracanaashanasticialimathecalaphalastacitidastrium.
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Level 33
Dec 4, 2017
And another one called Nahamisacicatioamanacranadranalonagatralamyosiscopialaschoultzium.
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Level 47
Oct 24, 2017
These are the only ones of which the news has come to Harvard And there may be many others but they haven't been discarvard! For my score I would like to thank Tom Lehrer!
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Level 42
Nov 1, 2017
Finally got them all, only after 10 tries! ASAP Science song really, really helped, btw.
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Level 43
Nov 2, 2017
Really difficult to make it, even the easy ones, if you have learnt them in your native language.
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Level 42
Nov 5, 2017
Got it in just under five minutes!!!
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Level 39
Nov 14, 2017
46/118 a bit surprising, I'm not good at chemistry
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Level 33
Dec 4, 2017
If you get Polonium but not Gold.
+1
Level 33
Dec 4, 2017
umm totally not me
+1
Level 30
Dec 6, 2017
Try the Periodic Table by Symbols Quiz here
+1
Level 9
Jan 1, 2018
i got 72 / 118. I'm just 13
+1
Level 46
Jan 4, 2018
Helium, Lithium... Valium ?
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Level 35
Jan 8, 2018
Where's the element of surprise?
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Level 76
Jan 10, 2018
No vibranium or unobtanium
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Level 30
Jan 17, 2018
Try the map quiz here
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Level 17
Jan 23, 2018
I have no life nor any friends, so I know all of these and knew them all since the 5th grade. What's the point in being smart if you have no one to brag to?
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Level 33
Jan 26, 2018
I wonder how many people just google the answers instead of taking the quiz legitimately.
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Level 29
Feb 7, 2018
100% on my second attempt. Thank you for your song to help me remember these ASAPscience.
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Level 37
Feb 9, 2018
100% with 8:18 remaining! I have no friends...
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Level 10
Feb 26, 2018
did anyone else sing the song
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Level 16
Mar 1, 2018
All 118 (forgot a few so did cheat a bit). I'm a nerd in a way as I know all 118 elements.
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Level 32
Mar 4, 2018
Forgot rhenium, holmium, and rutherfordium and didn't want to cheat, so 115/118 (which isn't too bad!)
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Level 37
Mar 16, 2018
Cesium can be spelled Caesium
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Level 36
Mar 18, 2018
me: *gets oganesson* *forgets tin*
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Level 42
Mar 25, 2018
The original spelling of sulfur is sulphur. Sulphur should also be acceptable.
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Level 43
Apr 17, 2018
All those people who got 100% can't spell Flourine
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Level 47
May 2, 2019
im glad i can spell fluorine though :)
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Level 9
Apr 24, 2018
i got terbium but i forgot gold??
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Level 51
May 4, 2018
Americium, Germanium, Francium, Belgium...
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Level 63
Jun 3, 2018
Newzealandium
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Level 43
May 9, 2018
Got all 118 because of ASAP science! Thank you
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Level 7
May 16, 2018
I did it (although I looked on the internet).
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Level 18
May 29, 2018
I got them all. If you didn't, then learn them. It's not that hard. Laugh. Scoff. Snarkle.
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Level 7
Jun 10, 2018
I'm 12 and I got them all with 6:00 to go! YAY ME!
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Level 18
Jun 12, 2018
Well it was too easy for me as it has been 1 year since I memorized it and i'm 14
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Level 28
Jul 8, 2018
same but im 13
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Level 28
Jul 8, 2018
also could you allow ununtrium ununquadium ununpentium ununhexium ununseptium and ununoctium?
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Level 62
Jul 12, 2018
Those elements have been given official names by the IUPAC, so those placeholders no longer count.
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Level 49
Jul 9, 2018
I got 71 and I'm 71.
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Level 63
Jul 20, 2018
I guess you'll be 118 before you get them all right then.
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Level 62
Jul 12, 2018
I got 114 and 116 out of 118, I've almost got this. I just can't remember Fermium
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Level 15
Aug 16, 2018
How did I get Seaborgium but miss Oxygen...
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Level 44
Aug 31, 2018
Quizmaster I suggest you add the nomenclatures to the elements from 100 onwards ( if you haven't done it )
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Level 44
Sep 18, 2018
Where's Zendium? I just know I couldn't keep my teeth clean without it :)
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Level 44
Oct 9, 2018
Woooo! 4:40 in order! LETS GOOOOO!
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Level 28
Oct 19, 2018
Wodór Hel Lit Beryl Bor Węgiel Azot Tlen Fluor Neon Sód Magnez Glin Krzem Fosfor Siarka Chlor Argon Potas Wapń Skand Tytan Wanad Chrom Mangan Żelazo Kobalt Nikiel Miedź Cynk Gal German Arsen Selen Brom Krypton Rubid Stront Itr Cyrkon Niob Molibden Technet Rutet Rod Pallad Srebro Kadm Ind Cyna Antymon Tellur Jod Ksenon Cez Bar Lantan Cer Prazeodym Neodym Promet Samar Europ Gadolin Terb Dysproz Holm Erb Tul Iterb Lutet Hafn Tantal Wolfram Ren Osm Iryd Platyna Złoto Rtęć Tal Ołów Bizmut Polon Astat Radon Frans Rad Aktyn Tor Protaktyn Uran Neptun Pluton Kiur Berkel Kaliforn Einstein Ferm Mendelejew Nobel Lorens Rutherford Dubn Seaborg Bohr Has Meitner Darmsztadt Roentgen Kopernik Nihonium Flerow Moscovium Liwermor Tennessine Oganesson
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Level 51
Nov 4, 2018
118/118 in order with 7:11 left. Aw yeah
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Level 58
Nov 15, 2018
you need less time. I had five minutes left and i wasn't trying to go fast
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Level 58
Nov 15, 2018
too easy. 6:12 left
+1
Level 50
Jan 5, 2019
Quicksilver should be accepted as Mercury.
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Level 20
Jan 8, 2019
I got fourteen elements that are 20% guessed or under... but missed iron
+1
Level 15
Feb 6, 2019
Lol fe
+2
Level 51
Feb 9, 2019
where is Veritasium
+1
Level 15
Mar 3, 2019
If you guessed einsteinium then you are a genius
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Level 64
Dec 20, 2019
I got Einsteinium, but only because when we were obnoxious high schoolers, we would shout out the names of obscure elements in the middle of chemistry class, and that one always made me laugh the hardest.
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Level 45
Apr 4, 2020
I am a genius then! But isn't Einsteinium the most guessed E element in this quiz? More than Europium or Erbium?
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Level 63
Mar 12, 2019
yeaaahhhh!!! can't believe i memorized the whole periodic table. this was one of those things that just happened because i like chemistry and not because i prepared for it.
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Level 18
Jul 25, 2019
118/118 5:18 time remaining. Had learned it 2 years ago.. :D
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Level 80
Aug 3, 2019
115, a personal best. In all the times I've taken it the only element I've never guessed is Roentgenium. Strange because it's a fairly distinctive name AND it's atomic number 111, so I'm surprised at myself. Maybe having typed up this comment I'll remember next time.
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Level 80
Dec 13, 2019
Forgot it yet again :(
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Level 45
Apr 4, 2020
Only one I missed was Hafnium. I can always get everything else, but not Hafnium.
+1
Level 71
Aug 10, 2019
Someday I will defeat this quiz!
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Level 16
Sep 11, 2019
so close!
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Level 27
Nov 16, 2019
Finished it with 2 min to spare! Took me quite a while (some names are absolutely ridiculous : roentgenium, meitnerium, praseodymium...). O_O
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Level 40
Nov 30, 2019
The first two were named after people, Wilhelm Rontgen founder of X-rays, and Lise Meitner helper of Otto Hahn. The third is named after a Greek word.
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Level 36
Dec 13, 2019
If I'm completely honest, I got almost all of my answers from the comments. :)
+2
Level 63
Feb 20, 2020
I'm guessing you are not completely honest then...
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Level 58
Dec 20, 2019
Wait, This wasn't featured yet?
+1
Level 70
Dec 30, 2019
I feel that it'd be interesting to have a new version of this test with the yellow box, so that you also have to learn the placing of each element on the table.
+1
Level 45
Apr 6, 2020
Just made one like that, so if you want to try it, it's here.
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Level 56
Jan 3, 2020
i got them all and im a 246 day old bunsen burner
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Level 42
Jan 5, 2020
ah, yes. nihonium, flerovium and lutetium but not tin and lead. of course
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Level 33
Jan 16, 2020
Ununoctum??
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Level 86
Jan 21, 2020
Was a placeholder name literally meaning element one one eight. Upon confirmation of discovery, it was named Oganesson.
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Level 35
Feb 18, 2020
i got yttrium but forgot iron. -_-
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Level 17
Apr 1, 2020
I got Yttrium but forgot mercury, neon and titanium
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Level 34
Mar 18, 2020
The biggest challenge was guessing how to spell the names in English. Why do you guys call K "potassium" and Na "sodium"?!?!
+1
Level 77
Mar 18, 2020
If Google & Wikipedia are to be believed, "sodium" is from the Latin "nadium", and "potassium" is from the Neo-Latin "kalium".
+1
Level 77
Mar 18, 2020
Got 44 and I'm only in 49th grade. But I did get a snazzy new badge out of it.
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Level 17
Apr 1, 2020
I got Hydrogen, Oxygen, Helium, Gold, Carbon, Silver, Iron, Copper, Potassium, Boron, Chlorine, Calcium, Uranium, Fluorine, Tin, Plutonium, Nickel, Yttrium, Neptunium and Lawrencium
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Level 45
Apr 4, 2020
Nice! But today I just got 117 out of 118!
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Level 45
Apr 6, 2020
Funny looking back on yourself celebrating at 99% after you've just gotten 100%!!!!!
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Level 35
Apr 10, 2020
HOW DID I NOT GET OXYGEN?!?!?!? JGDHWESJHDAGJREDGAZSYSTDAGDK
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Level 52
Apr 21, 2020
Speak English! I don't understand Gibberish!
+1
Level 35
Apr 21, 2020
That translates to HOW IN THE WORLD DID THIS HAPPEN?!?!?!?
+1
Level 35
Apr 10, 2020
#triggered
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Level 34
Apr 17, 2020
spent a minute trying to spell tellurium
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Level 17
Apr 21, 2020
Yeet I got them all!
+1
Level 52
Apr 21, 2020
Why don't you make a table of Antielements? It should have AntiHydrogen, AntiHelium and probably AntiLithium.
+1
Level 23
May 11, 2020
Im in fifth grade and I got 114 of them. NOT BAD :)))
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Level 16
May 14, 2020
i finished it 1st try
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Level 17
May 28, 2020
Got Nihonium, missed Sulfur
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Level 43
May 30, 2020
I got 104. IT was pretty easy and i couldn't spell some of them. I always knew memorizing the periodic table song was good lol
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Level 44
Jun 7, 2020
Props to that one city: Ytterby, Sweden that has 6 lanthanides and a transition metal from there, 4 of which are named after it. (Ytterby, Ytterbium, Erbium, Terbium, Homium-Stockholm, Thulium-Thule, and Gadolinium-John Gadolin.
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Level 63
Jun 19, 2020
The one I can never remember is dysprosium, which is fitting because the name derives from the Greek dysprositos, meaning "hard to get"