84 Elements found in Himalayan salt


First widely recognized periodic table in 1869 developed by The Russian chemist Dmitri Mendeleev.  

All elements from atomic numbers 1 (hydrogen) to 118 (oganesson) have been discovered or synthesized, with the most recent additions (nihonium, moscovium, tennessine, and oganesson) being confirmed by the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) on December 30, 2015 and officially named on November 28, 2016: they complete the first seven rows of the periodic table. The first 94 elements exist naturally, although some are found only in trace amounts and were synthesized in laboratories before being found in nature. Elements with atomic numbers from 95 to 118 have only been synthesized in laboratories or nuclear reactors.  Synthesis of elements having higher atomic numbers is being pursued. Numerous synthetic radionuclides of naturally occurring elements have also been produced in laboratories.


Elements found in Himalayan salt in addition to sodium and chloride. In alphabetical order,

They Are:

Cadmium

Calcium

Carbon

Cerium

Cesium

Chlorine

Chromium

Cobalt

Copper

Dysprosium

Erbium

Europium

Fluorine

Francium

Gadolinium

Gallium

Germanium

Gold

Hafnium

Holmium

Hydrogen

Indium

iodine

iridium

iron

lanthanum

lead

lithium

lutetium

magnesium

manganese

mercury

molybdenum

neodymium

neptunium

nickel

niobium

nitrogen

osmium

Oxygen

Palladium

Phosphorus

Platinum

Plutonium

Polonium

Potassium

Praseodymium

Protactinium

Radium

Rhenium

Rhodium

Rubidium

Ruthenium

Samarium

Scandium

Selenium

Silicon

Silver

Sodium

Strontium

Sulfur

Tantalum

Tellurium

Terbium

Thallium

Thorium

Thulium

Tin

Titanium

Uranium

Vanadium

Wolfram

Yttrium

Ytterbium

Zinc 

Zirconium


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