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I've recently played Chemical Wordplay by esprit and liked it so much that I copied the idea! I hope this quiz is as fun and interesting as the original. Grab your Periodic Table for this one. Enjoy!
When you combine the symbols for these elements you get a fruit that is high in potassium: two parts Sodium, one part Barium.
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When you combine the symbols of Oxygen, Rhenium, and Scandium, you get a noun which means a record of points.
By combining the symbols of Lutetium, Gallium, Beryllium, you get the name of a white sturgeon famous as a source of caviar.
The symbols of Gold, Carbon, Sulfur and Copper combine to form a word that refers to a political meeting to decide on policies and candidates.
Use the symbols of Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Astatine, Aluminium and Erbium to form a word which means fatherly.
Combine the symbols of Beryllium, Xenon, Phosphorus, Nobelium, Holmium an form a word meaning a person with a fear of what is strange or foreign.
This verb, formed by the symbols of Oxygen, Gallium, Praseodymium, Tellurium and Proactinium, means to multiply or cause to spread.
Use the symbols of Neodymium, Phosphorus, Rhenium and Tellurium and form a verb meaning feign.
This word, which is a synonym of vague, is formed by the symbols of Scandium, Oxygen, Rhenium, Boron, Uranium.
2 parts Potassium, added to one part Carbon and one part Iodine make a verb we use in our everyday speech.
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