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Symbols of Chemical Elements
The use of symbols for the
chemical elements comes from
ancient times.
For example, ancient Greeks
symbolized silver with crescent.
In 1814, Berzelius, who was a
Swedish chemical, established
the symbols of the current
chemical elements.
According to Berzelius, every
element is represented as a capi-
tal letter or as a capital letter and
a small letter.
Every symbol symbolizes an atom of the elements, too.

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Now match the symbols with their chemical elements below:

1. O A. Zinc
2. H B. Potassium
3. N C. Iodine
4. C D. Phosphorus
5. S E. Silicon
6. F F. Fluorine
7. Si G. Sulphur
8. Fe H. Iron
9. P I. Sodium
10. Na J. Chlorine
11. K K. Copper
12. I L. Mercury
13. Cl M. Manganese
14. Cu N. Helium
15. Hg O. Tin
16. Ca P. Lead
17. Zn Q. Aluminium
18. Al R. Calcium
19. Mg S. Bromine
20. Ag T. Magnesium
21. Br U. Hydrogen
22. Pb V. Coal
23. Sn W. Oxygen
24. Mn X. Silver
25. He Y. Nitrogen
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1. O W. Oxygen
2. H U. Hydrogen
3. N Y. Nitrogen
4. C V. Coal
5. S G. Sulphur
6. F F. Fluorine
7. Si E. Silicon
8. Fe H. Iron
9. P D. Phosphorus
10. Na I. Sodium
11. K B. Potassium
12. I C. Iodine
13. Cl J. Chlorine
14. Cu K. Copper
15. Hg L. Mercury
16. Ca R. Calcium
17. Zn A. Zinc
18. Al Q. Aluminium
19. Mg T. Magnesium
20. Ag X. Silver
21. Br S. Bromine
22. Pb P. Lead
23. S O. Tin
24. Mn M. Manganese
25. He N. Helium

SOLUTION
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Resembles Of Atoms
Complete the names of the atoms:

A. Chlorine
B. Oxygen
C. Nitrogen
D. Hydrogen
E. Carbon
F. Sulfur

SOLUTION
6.- A. Chlorine
5.- F. Sulfur
4.- B. Oxygen
3.- C. Nitrogen
2.- E. Carbon

E 1.- D. Hydrogen
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