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    Potassium!
    And several others tbh!
    I love elements!
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    Manganese :ahee:
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    molybdenum. I just like the way it sounds.
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    Oxygen, duh. Wouldn't be alive without it, ahhh how beautiful is aerobic respiration?
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    Carbon of course. It has an entire field of study dedicated to compounds formed from it, organic chemistry. Carbon forms by far the most diverse, numerous, important and interesting molecules there are.
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    Francium. Kinda looks like Frankie.
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    Iron here too. Specifically Iron-56.

    Only reason why is because it has the most binding energy per nucleon and so is the last element created in nuclear fusion in stars. Gives it some sense of finality and completeness.
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    (Original post by TheOtherSide.)
    And as one of my chemistry teachers told me, his wife loves diamonds, so he gave her carbon.

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    I was just listening to Marina and the Carbons :moon:
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    (Original post by SeanFM)
    I was just listening to Marina and the Carbons :moon:
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    Please tell me you've been listening to the Family Minerals album? :P
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    Oxygen because aerobic respiration is kinda important to me
 
 
 
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