First 20 Element of Periodic Table

Periodic Table of First 20 Element

Discriminating between atomic elements depends on your generation of energy with a moderate budget, but we all know that energy starts with an initial “g”. Unfortunately, at this point, though, radio-isotope thermoplastics, additives in poodle, “superbubbles”, and any number of other energy converting compounds stand as the primary energy providers.

And there are many energy sources. The best known must be sunlight, but there are a large number of other sources such as electricity, wind, waves, and other energies. And if it were just the solar-powered sun sources, then solar energy would dominate the entire world. But what about nuclear power, which is often presented as the only candidate that can supply unlimited power?

The argument for nuclear power is that it has been proven time and again to exist. We rely heavily on nuclear energy sources from uranium enrichment, nuclear bombs, and nuclear medicine to power our economy, and we are already using it.

Is this problem solvable?

Nuclear power doesn’t create unlimited energy, however. No one argues against putting nuclear energy to use that way because it can never be produced. But as I have previously stated (“nuclear power: ethical, pragmatically, pragmatically compelling”), nuclear energy can be used to prevent problems. And since it can exist without fear of accidents (nuclear power has never been used in an accidental disaster, and the current rules for “forever energy” compensate for such an event), it is politically feasible.

In the uranium enrichment sector, many of the challenges are due to the need to ensure that there is enough uranium isotopes for the reactor to operate while making sure that this required material does not contaminate other states. In order to meet this requirement, there are various options available that address the need for higher quantities of enrichment (see this article), and the expenditure of other resources to guarantee this also depends on the uranium size.

The energy derived from producing medical isotopes requires 10% of neutron energy, but other energy-generating components, such as nuclear material (such as helium and helium at all-encompassing reservoirs), can be switched into a neutral mode (as hydrogen) and have a much lower neutrally irradiated weight. In the same way, the harnessing of tidal energy makes practical sense because no neutrally irradiated parts are generated, and they can be switched on quickly.

The laws of thermodynamics allow for the introduction of each of these energy sources to create a demand state (nuclear fuel cells, fusion, solar power, tide energy, nuclear energy, tidal energy, and more energy sources). In many cases, the increase in energy supply will not eliminate the increase in demand, which means we need to construct energy-generating systems that can turn on new energy sources as quickly as the available energy supply will allow, essentially increasing the quantity of energy for energy demand.

But there are still issues. Nuclear energy is inherently unstable, which means we will always be at risk of catastrophic nuclear events, for instance. Many fusion technologies would need to be integrated with existing nuclear power sources in order to make fusion energy efficient, and so they are essentially trying to overcome the one physical constraint, nuclear fusion, that Fukushima almost ruined: the nuclear fuel being unstable.

Only time will tell, but I’m confident that either nuclear energy or renewable energy sources (or solar energy) will prevail as sustainable energy sources in the future. But the first 20 elements of the periodic table were designed to give us power, and it looks like fossil fuels are going to be around for a while. And I’m optimistic about how we can add renewable energy sources to our energy system to mitigate the risk of catastrophic nuclear incidents.

First 20 Element 

Atomic Number

Element

Symbol

Valency

1          

Hydrogen

H

1            

2          

Helium

He

0            

3          

Lithium

Li

1            

4          

Beryllium

Be

2            

5          

Boron

B

3            

6          

Carbon

C

4            

7          

Nitrogen

N

3            

8          

Oxygen

O

2            

9          

Fluorine

F

   1            

10         

Neon

Ne

0            

11         

Sodium

Na

1            

12         

Magnesium

Mg

2            

13         

Aluminum

Al

3            

14         

Silicon

Si

4            

15         

Phosphorous

P

 3            

16         

Sulfur

S

2            

17         

Chlorine

Cl

1            

18         

Argon

Ar

0            

19         

Potassium

K

1            

20         

Calcium

Ca

          2  

This method was taught to me by one of the best teachers in Mumbai, India. 

You just need to remember the 2 sentences:

First Sentences – Hi  Hello Listen to Be.B.C. News OFriday Night.

Hi-HHydrogen

Hello-He-Helium

Listen-Li-Lithium

B-Be-Beryllium

B-B-Boron

C-C-Carbon

News-N-Nitrogen

On-O-Oxygen

Friday-F-Fluorine

Night-N-Neon


Second Sentence- Na Maango Allah Se(Si)  Pepsi Soda Cola AuKeemati Car

Na-Na-Sodium

Maango-Mg-Magnesium

Allah-Al-Aluminium

Se-Si-Silicon

Pepsi-P-Phosphorus

Soda-s-sulfur

Cola-Cl-Chlorine

Aur-Ar-Argon

Keema-K-Potassium

Car-Ca-Calcium

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