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ELEMENTS F-M

CARMALT - symbol and atomic number given, you give name

Symbol and Atomic NumberName
Fm100 Fermium
F9 Fluorine
Fr87 Francium
Gd64 Gadolinium
Ga31 Gallium
Ge32 Germanium
Au79 Gold
Hf72 Hafnium
Mt108 Massium
He2 Helium
Ho67 Holmium
H1 Hydrogen
In49 Indium
I53 Iodine
Ir77 Iridium
Fe26 Iron
Kr36 Krypton
La57 Lanthanum
Lr103 Lawrencium
Pb82 Lead
Li3 Lithium
Lu71 Lutetium
Mg12 Magnesium
Mn25 Manganese
Mt109 Meitnerium
Md101 Mendelevium
Hg80 Mercury
Mo42 Molybdenum
In 1869, what Russian chemist organized the elements into what we now call The Periodic Table? Dmitry Mendeleyev
In 1914, what English physicist rearranged The Periodic Table using the atomic numbers of each element? He was killed one year later after volunteering to serve the military in WWI. Henry G. J. Moseley
Created by: EM4CARMALT