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Elemental Wordplay

written by: gspttd1
 
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!

Question 1:


When you combine the symbols for these elements you get a fruit that is high in potassium: two parts Sodium, one part Barium.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 2:


When you combine the symbols of Oxygen, Rhenium, and Scandium, you get a noun which means a record of points.


Question 3:


By combining the symbols of Lutetium, Gallium, Beryllium, you get the name of a white sturgeon famous as a source of caviar.


Question 4:


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.


Question 5:


Use the symbols of Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Astatine, Aluminium and Erbium to form a word which means fatherly.


Question 6:


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.


Question 7:


This verb, formed by the symbols of Oxygen, Gallium, Praseodymium, Tellurium and Proactinium, means to multiply or cause to spread.


Question 8:


Use the symbols of Neodymium, Phosphorus, Rhenium and Tellurium and form a verb meaning feign.


Question 9:


This word, which is a synonym of vague, is formed by the symbols of Scandium, Oxygen, Rhenium, Boron, Uranium.


Question 10:


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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