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SG stands for Seaborgium (element 106)

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hydrogen + xenon + barium + tantalum + boron + praseodymium + iridium + hassium + plutonium + thallium + germanium + scandium + thulium + einsteinium + erbium + cadmium + beryllium + tin + actinium + seaborgium + carbon + fluorine + indium + osmium + nitrogen + potassium + lead + protactinium + silicon + lutetium + rhenium + mercury + argon + neodymium + platinum + thorium lanthanum + oxygen + terbium + radon + samarium + dysprosium + iodine + bohrium + aluminium + chromium + palladium + tungsten + lithium + caesium + dubnium + meitnerium + niobium + ytterbium + gallium + arsenic + iron + sodium + nobelium + francium + astatine + strontium + copper + gadolinium + yttrium + selenium + curium + chlorine + promethium + gold + uranium + antimony Mike Keith After earning a M.
A Antimony B Seaborgium C Selenium D Mercury [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Answer Key: 1.
In February, the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) released a new roster of proposed names for the elements numbered 104 to 109: rutherfordium (104), dubnium (105), seaborgium (106), bohrium (107), hassium (108), and meitnerium (109).
This action has raised some eyebrows, largely because of the committee's rejection of the name seaborgium for element 106, which its discoverers had put forth in March (SN: 3/19/94, p.
GADOLINIUM galmounding (OED), muddling-along (OED muddling) GOLD glood (OED glide), Ozero Dolgo Russia 67[degrees]58, 52[degrees]00 LEAD addle (OED) MERCURY yercum (OED) NICKEL clinke* (OED clink), inleck* (OED), neckline (OED plunge IV 8) SEABORGIUM gibboso-subramose (OED gibboso-), Serimabougou Mali 13[degrees]19, -5[degrees]54 SULFUR slurf or surful* (both OED); hisfuris is presumably meant to be furls UNNILOCTIUM Trillium pusillum montieulum (an ITIS plant) ZINC Nizici Bosnia and Herzegovina 43[degrees]11, 17[degrees]29 Copyright [C] Rex Gooch 2004