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CARMALT - symbol and atomic number given, you give name

symbol and atomic numbername
Sm62 Samarium
Sc21 Scandium
Sg106 Seaborgium
Se34 Selenium
Si14 Silicon
Ag47 Silver
Na11 Sodium
Sr38 Strontium
S16 Sulfur
Ta73 Tantalum
Tc43 Technetium
Te52 Tellurium
Tb65 Terbium
Tl81 Thallium
Th90 Thorium
Tm69 Thulium
Sn50 Tin
Ti22 Titanium
W74 Tungsten
Uub112 Ununbium
Uuh116 Ununhexium
Uuu111 Ununium
Uun110 Ununnilium
Uuo118 Ununoctium
Uuq114 Ununquadium
U92 Uranium
V23 Vanadium
Xe54 Xenon
Yb70 Ytterbium
Y39 Yttrium
Zn30 Zinc
Zr40 Zirconium
In 1869, who organized the elements into what we 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