From the Greek word "hydro" (water), and "genes" (forming)
希臘文“形成水的元素”
From the Greek word "helios", the sun
希臘文 “太陽的元素”
From the Greek word "lithos", stone
希臘文“石頭”
From the Greek word "beryllos", beryl
希臘文“綠柱石”
From the Arabic word "Buraq", Persian "Burah"
阿拉伯文“波斯灼熱”
From the Latin word "carbo", charcoal
拉丁文”木炭“
From the Latin word "nitrum", Greek "Nitron", native soda; and "genes", forming
拉丁文“营养”
From the Greek word "oxys", acid, and "genes", forming
希臘文“酸素”
From the Latin and French "fluere", flow or flux
拉丁文“流動”
From the Greek word "neos", new
希臘文“新的”
From the English word, "soda"; Medieval Latin, "sodanum": a headache remedy
英文“小蘇打”
From Magnesia, district in Thessaly
塞薩莉地區
From the Latin word "alumen", alum
拉丁文“白礬”
From the Latin word "silex", silicis, flint
拉丁文“打火石”
From the Greek "phosphoros", light bearing; ancient name for the planet Venus when appearing before sunrise
希臘文“火星在日出前的顔色”
Known to the ancients; referred to in Genesis as brimstone
古人所知; 在創世紀中被稱為硫磺
From the Greek word "chloro", greenish yellow
希臘文“發綠的黃”
From the Greek "argos", inactive
希臘文“惰性”
From the English word, "potash" - pot ashes; Latin "kalium", Arab "qali", alkali
從英語單詞“ potash”開始-鍋灰; 拉丁語“鉀”,阿拉伯語“ qali”,鹼
From the Latin word "calx", lime
拉丁文“石灰”
From the Latin word "Scandia", Scandinavia
拉丁文“斯堪的納維亞”
From the Latin "titans", the first sons of the Earth, Greek mythology
拉丁文“泰坦”
Named after Scandinavian goddess, Vanadis
以斯堪的納維亞女神Vanadis的名字命名
From the Greek word "chroma", color
希臘文“顔色”
From the Latin word "magnes", magnet, from magnetic properties of pyrolusite
軟錳礦的磁性是因爲其命名和磁鐵有關
From the Latin word "ferrum"
拉丁文“鉄”
From the German word "Kobald", goblin or evil spirit; also from the Greek "cobalos", mine
德文的“妖魂”和希臘文的“礦石”
From the German word "Nickel" (Satan), and from kupfernickel, Old Nick's copper
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From the Latin word "cuprum", from the island of Cyprus
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From the German word "Zink", of obscure origin
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From the Latin word "Gallia", France; also from Latin, "gallus", a translation of Lecoq, a cock
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From the Latin word "Germania", Germany
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From the Latin word "arsenicum", Greek "arsenikon"
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From the Greek word "Selene", moon
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From the Greek word "bromos", stench
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From the Greek word "kryptos", hidden
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From the Latin word "rubidus", deepest red
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Named after Strontian, a town in Scotland
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Named after Ytterby, a village in Sweden near Vauxholm
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From the Persian "zargun", gold like
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Named after Niobe, the daughter of Tantalu
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From the Greek word "molybdo", lead
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From the Greek word "technetos", artificial
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From the Latin word "Ruthenia", Russia
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From the Greek word "rhodon", rose
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Palladium was named after the asteroid Pallas; Pallas was the Greek goddess of wisdom
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The Latin word for silver is "argentum"
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From the Latin word "cadmia", Greek "kadmeia" - the ancient name for calamine, zinc carbonate
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From the brilliant indigo line in its spectrum
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The Latin word for tin is stannum
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