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State the Chemical Element

written by: DieZel
 
This introduces an interesting twist - chemical elements having the same abbreviation as US states. Enjoy!

Question 1:


The US postal code abbreviation of California is also the symbol of this chemical element in the periodic table.
Calcium
Carbon
Californium
Cadmium

Question 2:


The symbol of this chemical element represents the US postal abbreviation for the state, which is home of the highest peak of the Rocky Mountains- Mount Elbert
Aluminium
Cobalt
Neptunium
Astatine

Question 3:


The symbol of Manganese in the periodic table of elements is also the US Post Office abbreviation of this state.
Minnesota
Maine
Massachusetts
Mississippi

Question 4:


The second-lightest noble gas has symbol, which is the same as the US postal abbreviation of this state.
Nebraska
Kansas
Arizona
Delaware

Question 5:


The US postal abbreviation of Alabama represents which element in the periodic table?


Question 6:


The symbol of Meitnerium in the periodic table is Mt, which corresponds to the abbreviation of this US state.
Michigan
Montana
Minnesota
Massachusetts

Question 7:


SC is the US postal abbreviation of South Carolina as well as the symbol of this 21st element in the periodic table.
Cesium
Silicon
Sulfur
Scandium

Question 8:

View the provided image.
Do you know the name of the state highlighted on the map? Its US postal abbreviation is also the symbol of this chemical element.
Meitnerium
Gadolinium
Argon
Neodymium


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Question 9:


The US postal abbreviation of the "Peach State" is symbol of this chemical element.
Francium
Gold
Germanium
Gallium

Question 10:


The chemical element named after the creator of the first periodic table, Dmitri Mendeleev happens to be a US post office abbreviation of a state. Name the capital of the state.
Lansing
Annapolis
Indianapolis
Augusta

 


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