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تاريخ ومكان أكتشاف العناصر  Date and place of discovery of elements

تاريخ ومكان أكتشاف العناصر
Date and place of discovery of elements



1766 in The United Kingdom
Hydrogen
1895 in Sweden and The United Kingdom
Helium
1817 in Sweden
Lithium
1797 in France
Beryllium
1808 in France and The United Kingdom
Boron
3750 BC
Carbon
1772 in The United Kingdom
Nitrogen
1774 in Sweden and The United Kingdom
Oxygen
1886 in France
Fluorine
1898 in The United Kingdom
Neon
1807 in The United Kingdom
Sodium
1755 in The United Kingdom
Magnesium
1825 in Denmark
Aluminum
1824 in Sweden
Silicon
1669 in Germany
Phosphorus
500 BC
Sulfur
1774 in Sweden
Chlorine
1894 in The United Kingdom
Argon
1807 in The United Kingdom
Potassium
1808 in The United Kingdom
Calcium
1879 in Sweden
Scandium
1791 in The United Kingdom
Titanium
1801 in Mexico and Sweden
Vanadium
1797 in France
Chromium
1774 in Sweden
Manganese
2000 BC
Iron
1735 in Sweden
Cobalt
1751 in Sweden
Nickel
8000 BC
Copper
1500 in Germany
Zinc
1875 in France
Gallium
1886 in Germany
Germanium
1250
Arsenic
1817 in Sweden
Selenium
1826 in France
Bromine
1898 in The United Kingdom
Krypton
1861 in Germany
Rubidium
1790 in The United Kingdom
Strontium
1794 in Finland
Yttrium
1789 in Germany
Zirconium
1801 in The United Kingdom
Niobium
1781 in Sweden
Molybdenum
1937 in Italy
Technetium
1844 in Russia
Ruthenium
1803 in The United Kingdom
Rhodium
1803 in The United Kingdom
Palladium
3000 BC
Silver
1817 in Germany
Cadmium
1863 in Germany
Indium
3000 BC
Tin
3000 BC
Antimony
1783 in Romania
Tellurium
1811 in France
Iodine
1898 in The United Kingdom
Xenon
1860 in Germany
Cesium
1808 in The United Kingdom
Barium
1839 in Sweden
Lanthanum
1803 in Germany and Sweden
Cerium
1885 in Austria
Praseodymium
1885 in Austria
Neodymium
1945 in The United States
Promethium
1879 in France
Samarium
1901 in France
Europium
1880 in Switzerland
Gadolinium
1843 in Sweden
Terbium
1886 in France
Dysprosium
1878 in Switzerland
Holmium
1842 in Sweden
Erbium
1879 in Sweden
Thulium
1878 in Switzerland
Ytterbium
1907 in France and Germany
Lutetium
1923 in Denmark
Hafnium
1802 in Sweden
Tantalum
1783 in Spain
Tungsten
1925 in Germany
Rhenium
1803 in The United Kingdom
Osmium
1803 in France and The United Kingdom
Iridium
1735 in Peru
Platinum
2500 BC
Gold
1500 BC
Mercury
1861 in The United Kingdom
Thallium
4000 BC
Lead
1400
Bismuth
1898 in France
Polonium
1940 in The United States
Astatine
1900 in Germany
Radon
1939 in France
Francium
1898 in France
Radium
1899 in France
Actinium
1829 in Sweden
Thorium
1913 in Germany and The United Kingdom
Protactinium
1789 in Germany
Uranium
1940 in The United States
Neptunium
1940 in The United States
Plutonium
1944 in The United States
Americium
1944 in The United States
Curium
1949 in The United States
Berkelium
1950 in The United States
Californium
1952 in The United States
Einsteinium
1952 in The United States
Fermium
1955 in The United States
Mendelevium
1958 in Sweden and The United States
Nobelium
1961 in The United States
Lawrencium
1964 in Russia and The United States
Rutherfordium
1967 in Russia and The United States
Dubnium
1974 in The United States
Seaborgium
1981 in Germany
Bohrium
1984 in Germany
Hassium
1982 in Germany
Meitnerium
1994 in Germany
Darmstadtium
1994 in Germany
Roentgenium
1996 in Germany
Copernicium
2004 in Russia and The United States
Nihonium
1998 in Russia
Flerovium
2004 in Russia and The United States
Moscovium
2000 in Russia
Livermorium
2010
Tennessine
2006 in Russia and The United States
Oganesson

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