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List of the Elements of the Periodic Table

[Summary]Alphabetical list by Name of the chemical elements of the periodic table For chemistry students and teachers: The tabular chart on the right is alphabethically listed. The first chemical element is Actinium and the last is Zirconium. Please note that

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Alphabetical list by Name of the chemical elements of the periodic table

For chemistry students and teachers: The tabular chart on the right is alphabethically listed.

The first chemical element is Actinium and the last is Zirconium.

Please note that the elements do not show their natural relation towards each other as in the Periodic system. There you can find the metals, semi-conductor(s), non-metal(s), inert noble gas(ses), Halogens, Lanthanoides, Actinoids (rare earth elements) and transition metals.

List of chemical elements

As of December 2015[update], 118 chemical elements are identified.

3 References

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^ a b c Z is the standard symbol for atomic number; C is the standard symbol for heat capacity; and χ is the standard symbol for electronegativity on the Pauling scale.

^ Unless otherwise indicated, elements are primordial – they occur naturally, and not through decay.

List of the Elements of the Periodic Table

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