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Which element has the chemical symbol O?
Which element is often added to natural gas, as hydrogen sulfide, to help detect gas leaks?
Which element must be 'sputtered,' or thinly coated, on a sample in order to be imaged using a scanning electron microscope?
Which element is fixated into ammonia gas by the Haber-Bosch process?
Which element has an atomic number of 13?
Which element is found in all organic compounds?
What element is mostly found on Earth as a result of radioactive decay?
Which element has the chemical symbol He?
Which element was used by Ernest Rutherford in his foil experiment that confirmed the existence of a positively-charged nucleus?
Which element has the isotope protium?
Which element lends its name to 'ferromagnetism' and has an ore called magnetite?
A displaced column of 760mm of which element equals one atmosphere of air pressure?
Which element's symbol, Fe, comes from its Latin name, Ferrum?
Which element has been used in suspsensions to treat rheumatoid arthritis?
Which element is found in aluminosilicates, such as feldspar?
Which element is most commonly isolated by injecting superheated steam into the ground in the Frasch process?
Which element was discovered by Daniel Rutherford?
Which element has an isotope that can exist in a zero-viscosity state of superfluidity once the temperature drops below its lambda point?
Which element is useful in its liquid form as a refrigerant due to its fairly low boiling point?
Which element is used to measure air pressure in barometers due to its high density?
Which element is the most abundant element in the Earth's atmosphere?
Which element's best-known allotropes are diamond and graphite?
Which element was called 'dephlogisticated air' by Joseph Priestley?
Which element is the most common metal on Earth, and is a major component of its core?
The majority of what element is used by industry to create sulfuric acid?
Which element has the atomic number 16?
Which element has an atomic number of 79?
Which element is used in the vulcanization process to cross-link the polymers of rubber to increase the strength of rubber?
Which element can react with oxygen in the air to produce iron(III) oxide, in a slow exothermic process that is used in all-day heating pads?
Which element was used in hat-making and helped coin the term 'mad as a hatter?'
Which element is easily capable of accepting electrons in reactions known as oxidation reactions?
Which element's name means 'noxious air?'
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What is the most common element in the Universe?
Compounds of which element are known for their strong and unpleasant odors/
Which element's atomic form was discovered by Antoine Lavoisier?
Which element is useful for preventing unwanted combustion reactions?
Which element is listed first on the periodic table?
Which element is resistant to attack by most acids, but will dissolve in aqua regia with platinum?
Which element is extremely stable and is unusable for many biological or chemical purposes?
Which element was known to the ancients as a relatively inert metal?
Which element is used in machines that require intense cooling, such as MRI machines?
Which element is found in the mineral corundum, with specific irregularities that dictate the color of the gemstone, such as red for ruby and blue for sapphire?
Which element has the chemical symbol Au?
Which element can cause psychological problems, commonly known as 'Mad Hatter disease,' due to chronic exposure?
Which element's most stable allotrope is an eight-sided ring that appears as a yellow solid?
Which element was discovered independently by Carl Scheele and Joseph Priestley?
Which element is the second most common element in the Universe?
Which element has the chemical symbol C?
Which element, when mixed with sulfur, creates the mineral pyrite, better known as 'fool's gold?'
Which element's chemical symbol comes from it's Latin name, aurum?
Which element has the chemical symbol Fe
Which element has a triatomic form that is known for blocking ultraviolet radiation from reaching the Earth?
Which element is the lightest of the noble gases?
Which element has an atomic number of 80?
Which element must undergo fixation in order to be usable?
Which element mainly exists in a diatomic molecule made up of triple-bonded pairs of itself?
Which element is used with metals to create alloys called amalgrams, which can be used as dental fillings?
Which element is highly flammable and was responsible for the Hindenburg disaster?
Which element's diatomic form is paramagnetic, meaning it has unpaired electrons?
Which element has an atomic number of 7?
Which element has the lowest boiling point?
Which element has three major isotopes - 12, 13, and 14 - the last of which is used in dating rocks and fossils?
Which element was banned from use in thermometers due to concerns over its safety?
Which element was discovered by Henry Cavendish?
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Which element has mostly been used to create steel?
Which element has an atomic number of 6?
Which element has the isotope deuterium?
Which element has the chemical symbol N?
Which element was first isolated by Hans Christian Oelsted?
Which element has an atomic number of 8?
Which element is the fourth most abundant in the Universe?
Which element has the isotope tritium?
Which element has the chemical symbol S?
Which element has the chemical symbol Al?
Which element has an atomic number of 1?
Which element is fixated into an ammonium ion by bacteria in the soil?
Which element, by mass, is the most common element on Earth?
Which element is worked synthetically into fullerenes such as buckyballs and nanotubes?
5% of all electricity consumed in the United States goes into purifying which element?
Which element has an atomic number of 26?
Which element has an atomic number of 2?
Which element, when mixed with both oxygen and water, creates hydrated iron(III) oxide, better known as rust?
Which element has the highest electronegativity and electron affinity of all metals?
Which element was widely known in the ancient world and is referred to as 'brimstone' in the Bible?
Which element's primary ore is bauxite, which is separated by electrolysis using the Bayer and Hall-Heroult processes?
Which element has been formerly called 'hydragyrum' and 'quicksilver' due to its liquid nature at room temperature?
Which element was discovered by Sir William Ramsey, Pierre Janssen, and Norman Lockyer?
Which element has a triatomic form known as ozone?
Which element is the most common metal in Earth's crust, and the first in the P block of elements?
Which element can be worked into the material graphene, which is nearly transparent while still being around 200 times stronger than steel?
Which element has an isotope of 56 that is considered 'doubly magic' because it has 28 protons and 28 neutrons, making it extremely sable?
Which element has an isotope that is a fermion (He-3) and one that is a boson (He-4)?
Which element has the chemical symbol of Hg?
Which element has the chemical symbol H?

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