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Elementary? Not so much!

garryblGarrybl on 06/02/2007

ElementaryNotsomuch Photo This quiz is a test of literacy and of your knowledge of the Periodic Table. I’ll give you a word with two gaps in it, plus the definition of that word. I’ll ask you to fill in the blanks and give the name of the Element that is represented by those two missing letters. Definitions from Webster’s Dictionary.
Example: WHA** is a wooden structure at a harbor shore. The word is WHARF, and RF is the symbol for Rutherfordium.
10 Questions

Rating:  (7.19/9)
Difficulty:  Difficult
Taken: 161 times

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Countdracula 5100.00%    40.31 seconds    
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Mrkelley23 182100.00%    100.80 seconds    
Kaufman 267100.00%    128.82 seconds    
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Axey 106100.00%    220.86 seconds    
R22k10 1490.00%    107.44 seconds    
Bendean 19390.00%    147.47 seconds    
Rsilva 14590.00%    148.51 seconds    

Comments (1)
Axey  (Level: 106.3)
Sun, 10th May '09 12:53 PM

Fun quiz. Very different from so many of the other 'name the element' quizzes.

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