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Name the elements that have been guessed the most on the Elements of the Periodic Table Quiz.
As of 22 May 2024
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First submittedApril 3, 2017
Times taken36,696
Average score69.6%
Rating4.43
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% Guessed
Element
95
Hydrogen
94
Oxygen
92
Helium
88
Carbon
87
Gold
83
Nitrogen
83
Silver
79
Iron
% Guessed
Element
78
Lithium
76
Neon
76
Sodium
75
Potassium
74
Copper
73
Magnesium
71
Boron
69
Argon
% Guessed
Element
68
Aluminium
68
Chlorine
67
Beryllium
66
Calcium
65
Fluorine
65
Sulfur
63
Uranium
37 Comments
+43
Level 85
Apr 5, 2017
Surprised more people thought of beryllium and argon than plutonium, tin, lead, zinc...
+34
Level 83
Apr 25, 2017
I imagine beryllium is there because people learn "hydrogen, helium, lithium, beryllium". Argon might be there because people learn all the noble gases together.
+1
Level 66
Apr 11, 2022
Yep, those first four is as far as I get with the table in order, then just a bunch of common metals and stuff.
+8
Level 76
Feb 27, 2020
Come back, Zinc! Come baaaaacccck!!!
+29
Level 89
Mar 21, 2020
Munch of borons I guess.
+3
Level 68
May 21, 2017
Uranium. Guessed a whole lot of common elements, but not uranium. Everything but.
+1
Level 42
Jul 23, 2017
Dang, I only missed calcium.
+1
Level 77
May 14, 2024
Better watch out for osteoporosis.
+3
Level 35
Jul 23, 2017
Is there a least guessed version?
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Level 60
Jul 23, 2017
+14
Level 56
Jul 23, 2017
+4
Level 67
Jul 23, 2017
Really surprised that zinc, lead, tin, and mercury didn't make the list.
+1
Level 68
Jan 3, 2019
besides zinc, the symbols do not really match up with the elements, that must be it. (i was surprised not to see tin accepted either, but immediately thought, ow yea...)
+1
Level 28
Jul 26, 2017
How did I forget silver and gold?
+3
Level 74
Oct 26, 2017
Ha I usually do terribly on the elements quizzes, which might explain why I did better on this one. 4/5
+3
Level 63
May 9, 2019
Exactly my thoughts. Though I'm surprised that name-related elements like Einsteinium or Curium are not in there.
+1
Level 77
Feb 27, 2020
Why? They are so elementary.
+1
Level 93
Dec 7, 2017
somehow missed oxygen first time
+1
Level 68
Jan 3, 2019
only missed boron. This was fun and asked for an alternate way of thinking ( not just knowledge of a list or being fast)
+2
Level 48
Feb 23, 2019
I'm surprised that many people can spell berylium
+4
Level 35
Jun 20, 2019
Wait so... People actually know how to spell aluminimiumium?
+1
Level 68
Mar 4, 2020
Haha didnt want to but actually cracked a smile. Luckily everything went alright cause I was just taking a sip of tea
+1
Level 82
Mar 8, 2020
According to the answers on the quiz they don't.
+4
Level 77
Feb 27, 2020
Fluorine, not flourine, which looks like something you'd put in a cake.
+1
Level ∞
Feb 27, 2020
Fixed, thanks
+1
Level 65
Mar 7, 2020
Why is sulphur not allowed?
+1
Level 78
Mar 7, 2020
It is! allowed!
+1
Level 87
Mar 10, 2020
Really? Beryllium ahead of platinum and mercury?
+1
Level 66
Jul 15, 2020
I was suprised at the lack of iodine.
+1
Level 73
Oct 17, 2020
I suspect some shady things happening on the main quiz for Beryllium or Boron to be guessed more than Lead which is way down the table.
+2
Level 65
May 26, 2021
Lead is a commonly known substance, but it is not commonly known that it is an element. On the other hand, people better know elements at the start of the table, and elements with an important namesake.
+1
Level 41
Nov 9, 2022
lots of people know the standard "hydrogen, helium, lithium berillyium, boron, carbon" as the first 6 elements.
+1
Level 70
Apr 10, 2022
"There's antimony, arsenic, aluminum, and selenium..."
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Level 77
May 14, 2024
...and hydrogen and oxygen and nitrogen and rhenium...
+1
Level 20
Apr 13, 2022
Only Missed Uranium and Copper, Don't know what I was thinking
+1
Level 28
Jun 6, 2022
my first run through of this i forgot potassium :')
+1
Level 66
May 18, 2023
I was thinking maybe Californium, Nihonium, Francium, Mosvocium, Berkelium, Plutonium. Yttrium