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cmn-Hans-CN: 科目 cmn-Latn.Pinyin-CN: kēmù deu-Latn-DE: Fach [n] eng-Latn-US: subject fra-Latn-FR: matière [f] jpn-Jpan-JP: 科目 jpn-Hrkt-JP: か↑もく rus-Cyrl-RU: предме́т
element name
element property

Main[edit | edit source]

Element Name[edit | edit source]

cmn-Hans-CN: 概念 cmn-Hans-CN: 前提 cmn-Latn.Pinyin-CN: gàiniàn cmn-Latn.Pinyin-CN: qiántí deu-Latn-DE: Begriff [m] deu-Latn-DE: Voraussetzung [f] eng-Latn-US: concept eng-Latn-US: prerequisite fra-Latn-FR: concept [m] fra-Latn-FR: préalable [m] jpn-Jpan-JP: 概念 jpn-Jpan-JP: 前提 jpn-Hrkt-JP: が↓いねん jpn-Hrkt-JP: ぜ↑んてい rus-Cyrl-RU: конце́пция rus-Cyrl-RU: предпосы́лка
qīng hydrogen atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
hài helium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
lithium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
beryllium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
péng boron atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
tàn carbon atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
dàn nitrogen atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
yǎng oxygen atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
fluorine atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
nǎi neon atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
sodium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
měi magnesium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
aluminum atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
guī silicon atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
lín phosphorus atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
liú sulfu atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
chlorine atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
argon atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
jiǎ potassium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
gài calcium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
scandium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
titanium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
vanadium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
chromium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
manganese atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
iron atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
cobalt atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
nickel atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
copper atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
zinc atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
gallium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
germanium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
arsenic atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
selenium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
bromine atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
krypton atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
rubidium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
strontium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
yttrium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
zirconium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
niobium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
molybdenum atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
technetium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
ruthenium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
rhodium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
palladium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
silver atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
cadmium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
indium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
tin atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
antimony atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
tellurium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
iodine atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
xenon atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
caesium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
barium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
lanthanum atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
cerium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
praseodymium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
neodymium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
promethium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
samarium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
europium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
gadolinium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
terbium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
dysprosium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
holmium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
erbium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
thulium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
ytterbium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
lutetium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
hafnium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
tantalum atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
tungsten atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
rhenium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
osmium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
iridium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
platinum atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
gold atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
mercury atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
thallium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
lead atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
bismuth atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
polonium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
astatine atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
radon atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
francium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
radium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
actinium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
thorium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
protactinium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
uranium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
neptunium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
plutonium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
americium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
curium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
berkelium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
californium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
einsteinium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
fermium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
mendelevium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
nobelium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
lawrencium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
rutherfordium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
dubnium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
seaborgium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
bohrium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
hassium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
meitnerium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
darmstdtium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
roentgenium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
copernicium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
nihonium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
flerovium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
moscovium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
livermorium atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
tennessine atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>
oganesson atomic nucleus <particle physics>; electron <particle physics>

Element Property[edit | edit source]

cmn-Hans-CN: 概念 cmn-Hans-CN: 前提 cmn-Latn.Pinyin-CN: gàiniàn cmn-Latn.Pinyin-CN: qiántí deu-Latn-DE: Begriff [m] deu-Latn-DE: Voraussetzung [f] eng-Latn-US: concept eng-Latn-US: prerequisite fra-Latn-FR: concept [m] fra-Latn-FR: préalable [m] jpn-Jpan-JP: 概念 jpn-Jpan-JP: 前提 jpn-Hrkt-JP: が↓いねん jpn-Hrkt-JP: ぜ↑んてい rus-Cyrl-RU: конце́пция rus-Cyrl-RU: предпосы́лка

Appendix[edit | edit source]

Sentence[edit | edit source]

cmn-Hans-CN: 语句 cmn-Hans-CN: 前提 cmn-Latn.Pinyin-CN: yǔjù cmn-Latn.Pinyin-CN: qiántí deu-Latn-DE: Satz [m] deu-Latn-DE: Voraussetzung [f] eng-Latn-US: sentence eng-Latn-US: prerequisite fra-Latn-FR: phrase [f] fra-Latn-FR: préalable [m] jpn-Jpan-JP: 文章 jpn-Jpan-JP: 前提 jpn-Hrkt-JP: ぶ​↑んしょ↓う jpn-Hrkt-JP: ぜ↑んてい rus-Cyrl-RU: фра́за rus-Cyrl-RU: предпосы́лка

Symbol[edit | edit source]

symbol cmn-Hans-CN: 含义 cmn-Latn.Pinyin-CN: hányì deu-Latn-DE: Bedeutung [f] eng-Latn-US: meaning fra-Latn-FR: signification [f] jpn-Jpan-JP: 意味 jpn-Hrkt-JP: い​↓​み rus-Cyrl-RU: значе́ние
Ac
Ag
Al
Am
Ar
As
At
Au
B
Ba
Be
Bh
Bi
Bk
Br
C
Ca
Cd
Ce
Cf
Cl
Cm
Cn
Co
Cr
Cs
Cu
Db
Ds
Dy
Er
Es
Eu
F
Fe
Fl
Fm
Fr
Ga
Gd
Ge
H
He
Hf
Hg
Ho
Hs
I
In
Ir
K
Kr
La
Li
Lr
Lu
Lv
Mc
Md
Mg
Mn
Mo
Mt
N
Na
Nb
Nd
Ne
Nh
Ni
No
Np
O
Og
Os
P
Pa
Pb
Pd
Pm
Po
Pr
Pt
Pu
Ra
Rb
Re
Rf
Rg
Rh
Rn
Ru
S
Sb
Sc
Se
Sg
Si
Sm
Sn
Sr
Ta
Tb
Tc
Te
Th
Ti
Tl
Tm
Ts
U
V
T
Xe
Y
Yb
Zn
Zr

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name language link
Kalzium multiple languages https://apps.kde.org/kalzium/
periodic-table.io multiple languages https://periodic-table.io/

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