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Re: Potassium and chemical symbols

Hey, Jim and Allen,

It's on the web at:



Date: Mon, 31 Jul 2000 04:44:37 EDT
From: Csinf at aol_com
Subject: Re: Aquatic Plants Digest V4 #444

 Date: Sun, 30 Jul 2000 17:27:36 -0400
 From: Jim Story <jestory at CITCOM_NET>
 Subject: Potassium and chemical symbols
  Also, being a newbie, and not a chemist, could someone please take to time 
to list the various applicable symbols such as NO3, PO4 etc and what they 
represent.  A list of those applicable to aquatic plants and fish would be 
greatly appreciated.
Thanks >>

You will find a complete table of the elements in any good dictionary along 
with their atomic number and weight.  Just look up the word element.

Allen McNealy  csinf at aol_com

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