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Textbook Problem

Provide the symbols for the elements given in the following table.

    Element Name Symbol
    tin
    beryllium
    hydrogen
    chlorine
    radium
    xenon
    zinc
    oxygen

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The symbols of the elements given in the table should be determined.

Concept Introduction:

Every element in the nature has given its own symbol, which is a shorthand method for representing the element. It is an easy way to represent the element by symbol instead of writing out the name of an element. The symbol of the element can be represented by one or two letters. For two letter symbols, only first letter is capitalized.

Explanation

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There are in total 118 elements known to exist in nature shown in the periodic table. Every element in the nature has given its own symbol, which is a shorthand method for representing the element. It is an easy way to represent the element by symbol instead of writing out the name of an element...

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