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    beryllium

    helium...
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    (Original post by SciFiRory)
    why can't people count in things I know?
    What do you want to count in?

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    (Original post by Abiraleft)
    What makes you think I think that?
    Trying to get me to divulge what I just said doesn't need saying. Pathetic if you ask me
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    Oxygen = whateverium

    fluorine
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    Seven?
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    (Original post by incipientT)
    What do you want to count in?

    carbon
    I was fine with English numbers I don't know these other things people are using
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    (Original post by SciFiRory)
    I was fine with English numbers I don't know these other things people are using
    :console:
    nobody knows all of them. I've got a window for german numbers, french numbers and the periodic table open right now to help

    Ive lost count
    OK, I think we're up to magnesium
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      (Original post by ViceVersa)
      Trying to get me to divulge what I just said doesn't need saying. Pathetic if you ask me
      Is there even anything to divulge?
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      (Original post by ViceVersa)
      I remember that briefly from A2, loved it :yep:

      I just thought I'd say all the elements I like :teehee:
      I doubt this was A2 stuff - they don't let you loose with mercury containing stuff at A2 (and I doubt they will at my uni anymore given my classes reckless disregard for safety - people carrying burettes like javelins & licking spatulas...).

      Ah, I like Vanadium - named after the Norse goddess of beauty On much the same line, they should start making hammers containing thorium :ahee:
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      (Original post by incipientT)
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      nobody knows all of them. I've got a window for german numbers, french numbers and the periodic table open right now to help

      Ive lost count
      OK, I think we're up to magnesium
      I'm tired, can't be arsed to look up every time I want to count, shouldn't have to imho either
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      elementary, my dears and darlings.
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      (Original post by Abiraleft)
      Is there even anything to divulge?
      No, because you already know the issue

      (Original post by Stiff Little Fingers)
      I doubt this was A2 stuff - they don't let you loose with mercury containing stuff at A2 (and I doubt they will at my uni anymore given my classes reckless disregard for safety - people carrying burettes like javelins & licking spatulas...).

      Ah, I like Vanadium - named after the Norse goddess of beauty On much the same line, they should start making hammers containing thorium :ahee:
      I meant we learned them and whatnot, in our d-block and transition elements chapter, but didn't perform anything :lol:
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      (Original post by This Excellency)
      Let's use number of smilies in a post.




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      (Original post by SciFiRory)
      why can't people count in things I know?
      I would count in pokemon with you, but I wouldn't work.

      And tbh I'd rather just chat!

      (Original post by Potiron)
      elementary, my dears and darlings.
      :rofl: love you Potty!
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        (Original post by ViceVersa)
        No, because you already know the issue
        Well that's not presumptuous.
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        (Original post by ViceVersa)
        No, because you already know the issue



        I meant we learned them and whatnot, in our d-block and transition elements chapter, but didn't perform anything :lol:
        Oh. I was thinking you got to use the jones reductor at a-levels, and was slightly freaked out.
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        (Original post by Abiraleft)
        Well that's not
        presumptuous. :colonhash:

        No work Abiral?



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