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H
1
.Geosciences Element Table.He
2
Non Metal
Li
3
Be
4
Element DataB
5
C
6
N
7
O
8
F
9
Ne
10
Noble Gas
Na
11
Mg
12
(click a symbol shown black to display the available data below)Al
13
Si
14
P
15
S
16
Cl
17
Ar
18
Alkalai Metal
K
19
Ca
20
.Sc
21
Ti
22
V
23
Cr
24
Mn
25
Fe
26
Co
27
Ni
28
Cu
29
Zn
30
Ga
31
Ge
32
As
33
Se
34
Br
35
Kr
36
Alkaline Metal
Rb
37
Sr
38
.Y
39
Zr
40
Nb
41
Mo
42
Tc
43
Ru
44
Rh
45
Pd
46
Ag
47
Cd
48
In
49
Sn
50
Sb
51
Te
52
I
53
Xe
54
Semi Metal
Cs
55
Ba
56
*Lu
71
Hf
72
Ta
73
W
74
Re
75
Os
76
Ir
77
Pt
78
Au
79
Hg
80
Tl
81
Pb
82
Bi
83
Po
84
At
85
Rn
86
Halogen
Fr
87
Ra
88
**Lr
103
Unq
104
Unp
105
Unh
106
Uns
107
Uno
108
Une
109
Uun
110
Uuu
111
Uub
112
Uut
113
Uuq
114
Uup
115
Uuh
116
Uus
117
Uuo
118
Basic Metal
.Transition Metal
.*La
57
Ce
58
Pr
59
Nd
60
Pm
61
Sm
62
Eu
63
Gd
64
Tb
65
Dy
66
Ho
67
Er
68
Tm
69
Yb
70
.Rare Earth
.**Ac
89
Th
90
Pa
91
U
92
Np
93
Pu
94
Am
95
Cm
96
Bk
97
Cf
98
Es
99
Fm
100
Md
101
No
102
.Predicted Element

Element Data
SymbolNameAtomic
Number
DescriptionAtomic
Weight
Density
(g/cm3)
Melting
Point (K)
Boiling
Point (K)
Average Crustal
Abundance2
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2Sources: Bowen H.J.M.(1979) Environmental Chemistry of the Elements
Levinson A.A. (1980) Introduction to Exploration Geochemistry, Second Edition