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Periodic table of the elements in Polish Posted by on Jun 25, 2018 in Education, Science

Every element has a corresponding number on the periodic table (każdy pierwiastek ma odpowiadający numer na układzie okresowym). Take a look at the Periodic table of the elements (Układ okresowy pierwiastków) and all names of elements in both Polish and English:

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  1. Wodór
  2. Hel
  3. Lit
  4. Beryl
  5. Bor
  6. Węgiel
  7. Azot
  8. Tlen
  9. Fluor
  10. Neon
  11. Sód
  12. Magnez
  13. Glin
  14. Krzem
  15. Fosfor
  16. Siarka
  17. Chlor
  18. Argon
  19. Potas
  20. Wapń
  21. Skand
  22. Tytan
  23. Wanad
  24. Chrom
  25. Mangan
  26. Żelazo
  27. Kobalt
  28. Nikiel
  29. Miedź
  30. Cynk
  31. Gal
  32. German
  33. Arsen
  34. Selen
  35. Brom
  36. Krypton
  37. Rubid
  38. Stront
  39. Itr
  40. Cyrkon
  41. Niob
  42. Molibden
  43. Technet
  44. Ruten
  45. Rod
  46. Pallad
  47. Srebro
  48. Kadm
  49. Ind
  50. Cyna
  51. Antymon
  52. Tellur
  53. Jod
  54. Ksenon
  55. Cez
  56. Bar
  57. Lantan
  58. Cer
  59. Prazeodym
  60. Neodym
  1. Promet
  2. Samar
  3. Europ
  4. Gadolin
  5. Terb
  6. Dyspoz
  7. Holm
  8. Erb
  9. Tul
  10. Iterb
  11. Lutet
  12. Hafn
  13. Tantal
  14. Wolfram
  15. Ren
  16. Osm
  17. Iryd
  18. Platyna
  19. Złoto
  20. Rtęć
  21. Tal
  22. Ołów
  23. Bizmut
  24. Polon
  25. Astat
  26. Radon
  27. Frans
  28. Rad
  29. Aktyn
  30. Tor
  31. Proaktyn
  32. Uran
  33. Neptun
  34. Pluton
  35. Ameryk
  36. Kiur
  37. Bekerel
  38. Kaliforn
  39. Einstein
  40. Ferm
  41. Mendelew
  42. Nobel
  43. Lorens
  44. Rutherford
  45. Dubn
  46. Seaborg
  47. Bohr
  48. Has
  49. Meitner
  50. Darmsztadt
  51. Roentgen
  52. Kopernik
  53. Nihonium
  54. Flerovium
  55. Moscovium
  56. Livermorium
  57. Tennessine
  58. Oganesson
  59. Ununennium
  60. Unbinilium
  1. Hydrogen
  2. Helium
  3. Lithium
  4. Beryllium
  5. Boron
  6. Carbon
  7. Nitrogen
  8. Oxygen
  9. Fluorine
  10. Neon
  11. Sodium
  12. Magnesium
  13. Aluminium/Aluminum
  14. Silicon
  15. Phosphorus
  16. Sulphur/Sulfur
  17. Chlorine
  18. Argon
  19. Potassium
  20. Calcium
  21. Scandium
  22. Titanium
  23. Vanadium
  24. Chromium
  25. Manganese
  26. Iron
  27. Cobalt
  28. Nickel
  29. Copper
  30. Zinc
  31. Gallium
  32. Germanium
  33. Arsenic
  34. Selenium
  35. Bromine
  36. Krypton
  37. Rubidium
  38. Strontium
  39. Yttrium
  40. Zirconium
  41. Niobium
  42. Molybdenum
  43. Technetium
  44. Ruthenium
  45. Rhodium
  46. Palladium
  47. Silver
  48. Cadmium
  49. Indium
  50. Tin
  51. Antimony
  52. Tellurium
  53. Iodine
  54. Xenon
  55. Cesium
  56. Barium
  57. Lanthanum
  58. Cerium
  59. Praseodymium
  60. Neodymium
  1. Promethium
  2. Samarium
  3. Europium
  4. Gadolinium
  5. Terbium
  6. Dysprosium
  7. Holmium
  8. Erbium
  9. Thulium
  10. Ytterbium
  11. Lutetium
  12. Hafnium
  13. Tantalum
  14. Tungsten
  15. Rhenium
  16. Osmium
  17. Iridium
  18. Platinum
  19. Gold
  20. Mercury
  21. Thallium
  22. Lead
  23. Bismuth
  24. Polonium
  25. Astatine
  26. Radon
  27. Francium
  28. Radium
  29. Actinium
  30. Thorium
  31. Protactinium
  32. Uranium
  33. Neptunium
  34. Plutonium
  35. Americium
  36. Curium
  37. Berkelium
  38. Californium
  39. Einsteinium
  40. Fermium
  41. Mendelevium
  42. Nobelium
  43. Lawrencium
  44. Rutherfordium
  45. Dubnium
  46. Seaborgium
  47. Bohrium
  48. Hassium
  49. Meitnerium
  50. Darmstadtium
  51. Roentgenium
  52. Copernicium
  53. Nihonium
  54. Flerovium
  55. Moscovium
  56. Livermorium
  57. Tennessine
  58. Oganesson
  59. Ununennium
  60. Unbinilium

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My name is Kasia Scontsas. I grew up in Lublin, Poland and moved to Warsaw to study International Business. I have passion for languages: any languages! Currently I live in New Hampshire. I enjoy skiing, kayaking, biking and paddle boarding. My husband speaks a little Polish, but our daughters are fluent in it! I wanted to make sure that they can communicate with their Polish relatives in our native language. Teaching them Polish since they were born was the best thing I could have given them! I have been writing about learning Polish language and culture for Transparent Language’s Polish Blog since 2010.