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  There are 30 quizzes and 305 trivia questions in this category.
1
ChemSpell II

Back by request! I'm going to give you the names of elements, and you fill in the blank with the word that their symbols spell. All the elements will be in the proper order to correctly spell the word. (Do not put spaces in your answer!)
Average (10 qns)
LadyCaitriona
9498 plays
2
A Chemical Tourist

Eloise has written the itinerary for her coming trip in code, by listing the elements whose symbols spell out each country she plans to visit. Can you figure out where she is going from her list and some information about the destination?
Easy (10 qns)
looney_tunes
1731 plays
3
ChemSpell III

The third installment. I'm going to give you the names of elements, and you fill in the blank with the word that their symbols spell. All the elements will be in the proper order to correctly spell the word. (Do not put spaces in your answer!)
Average (10 qns)
LadyCaitriona
6957 plays
4
ChemSpell

I'm going to give you the names of elements, and you fill in the blank the word that their symbols spell. All the elements will be in the proper order to correctly spell the word. (Do not put spaces in your answer!)
Average (10 qns)
LadyCaitriona
9768 plays
5
Chem Spell: Nations Edition

You will be given the names of specific elements that are used to spell out the name of a country. If you're good with your chemistry and geography, this should not be too difficult. Good Luck!
Easy (15 qns)
apathy100
8085 plays
6
Elementary Girls' Names

Use the symbols of the periodic table of chemical elements to identify the girls' names. Example: Ruthenium and Thorium = Ruth. Don't put any spaces in the answer. Good luck!
Easy (10 qns)
Lottie1001
2661 plays
7
Add an Element Part II

In Part II of Add an Element you must add the symbol letters of the element to the letters in the word given and rearrange them to form the name of a scientist. LIED + selenium = Diesel(letters l-i-e-d-s-e).
Tough (10 qns)
minch
1350 plays
8
Capital States, Elementally

Choose the correct chemical element from the choices to match the US state capital. The correct one is where the symbol for the chemical element matches the state's abbreviation.
Easy (10 qns)
suomy
927 plays
9
Add an Element

Take the letters of the word or words given, add the letter or letters for the element given and you have the name of a scientist. Sometimes you must rearrange the letters. e.g. RICE + uranium = CURIE (rice+u)
Average (10 qns)
minch
1785 plays
10
Elementary Countries

Use the symbols of the periodic table of chemical elements to identify the countries. Example: Lanthanum (La) and Osmium (Os) = Laos. Don't put any spaces in the answer. Good luck!
Easy (10 qns)
Lottie1001
885 plays
11
Elementary Boys' Names

Use the symbols of the periodic table of chemical elements to identify the boys' names. Example: Selenium (Se) and Thorium (Th) = Seth. Don't put any spaces in the answer. Good luck!
Easy (10 qns)
Lottie1001
3351 plays
12
Elementary Zoo

Determine which chemical element is being described, then type in their chemical symbols to discover an animal. For example, Boron + Astatine = Bat (B + At).
Average (10 qns)
jondalah
1506 plays
13
Elementary Animals

Use the symbols of the periodic table of chemical elements to identify the animals. Example: Boron (B) and Astatine (At) = Bat. Don't put any spaces in the answer. Good luck!
Easy (10 qns)
Lottie1001
1242 plays
14
United States of Chemistry

Given the clues and the names of the elements, can you spell these US state names and capitals using chemical symbols? For example, if the clue was Americium-Erbium-Iodine-Calcium, the answer would be "America" because the symbols spell AmErICa.
Easy (10 qns)
jcpetersen
Dec 06 16
372 plays
15
Chemical Spell Creates Fire

Elements are provided and you must identify their symbols. The twist is that you need to anagram them to create a word associated with fire. Please read the II, it may take you where you didn't expect it to go. Best of luck.
Average (10 qns)
pollucci19
381 plays
16
Elemental Countries

Choose the correct chemical from the choices to match the country. The correct one is where the symbol for the chemical element matches the country's abbreviation. Tricky, perhaps.
Tough (10 qns)
suomy
May 19 16
408 plays
17
Elementary Birds

Use the symbols of the periodic table of chemical elements to identify the birds. Example: Boron (B), Iridium (Ir) and Darmstadtium (Ds) = Birds. Don't put any spaces in the answer. Good luck!
Easy (10 qns)
Lottie1001
615 plays
18
Elementary Music

Use the symbols of the periodic table of chemical elements to identify the music makers. Some are instruments and others are singers. Example: Barium and Neodymium = BaNd. Don't put any spaces in the answer, except between words. Good luck!
Easy (10 qns)
Lottie1001
690 plays
19
Chem Spell: Around The House

You will be given the name of various elements from the periodic table of elements. Use their abbreviations to spell words of common household features, items, and appliances. Example: Copper (Cu) and Phosphorus (P) = Cup
Easy (10 qns)
apathy100
2109 plays
20
More Elementary Boys' Names

Use the symbols of the periodic table of chemical elements to identify the boys' names. Example: Selenium (Se) and Thorium (Th) = Seth. Don't put any spaces in the answer. Good luck!
Easy (10 qns)
Lottie1001
726 plays
21
More Elementary Girls' Names

Use the symbols of the periodic table of chemical elements to identify the girls' names. Example: Ruthenium and Thorium = Ruth. Don't put any spaces in the answer. Good luck!
Easy (10 qns)
Lottie1001
777 plays
22
Elementary, My Dear

Use the symbols of the periodic table of chemical elements to identify words for a loved one. Example: Lutetium and Vanadium = LuV. All the answers can be found in a dictionary. Don't put any spaces in the answer, except between words. Good luck!
Easy (10 qns)
Lottie1001
711 plays
23
Elementary Elements

Use the symbols of the periodic table of chemical elements to identify the elements. Example: Titanium (Ti) and Nitrogen (N) = Tin. Don't put any spaces in the answer. Good luck!
Easy (10 qns)
Lottie1001
795 plays
24
Capital Nations, Elementally

Choose the correct chemical from the choices to match the capital city. The correct one is where the symbol for the chemical element matches the country's abbreviation.
Average (10 qns)
suomy
285 plays
25
Elementary Homes

Determine which chemical element is being described, then type in their chemical symbols to discover an item that can be found in a home. For example, Beryllium + Darmstadtium = Beds (Be + Ds).
Average (10 qns)
jondalah
669 plays
26
Element a la' Disney

Each question spells out a character from a Disney movie. For each question put the abbreviation for the element so that it spells out a word.
Easy (10 qns)
altosax82
3411 plays
27
Periodic Table Word Play

The point of this game is to find the word that corresponds to the letter of the Period Table. For example, Hydrogen and Uranium are H and U. Therefore, you would type in hur. I know that's not a word but I'm saving the ones that are for the quiz.
Easy (10 qns)
foil7
438 plays
28
Words Using Chemical Symbols

Each question focuses on a word that can be spelled using elements' chemical symbols. Ex: Ruthenium + Nitrogen = Run ("Ru" for rhodium, "N" for nitrogen).
Average (10 qns)
AdamM7
504 plays
29
Sauce-ery

How many sauces do you cook with? In this quiz, some common sauces and perhaps some lesser known sauces will be explored. The inspiration behind this quiz has been taken from the Chem Spell series.
Average (10 qns)
apathy100
Sep 11 16
225 plays
30
Learning the ABCs

It's been said and done many times. Some basic knowledge from the music and sci-tech categories about A, B and C.
Average (10 qns)
alpinesquill
Feb 04 17
171 plays
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