Today I'll be showing you how to memorise the first 30 elements of the periodic table in just 3 minutes using an an acronym.
For those who already know the first 20 elements and want to know the 21st to 30th element, also read below.
The first 30 elements are represented by these acronyms in the correct order.
Using these acronyms.
CAP (calcium, Argon and potassium) and Calcium (calcium)
Memorising the 21st to 30th element.
Using these acronyms you can easily learn these elements in a minute or less, but let's take a look at these elements first
There is something we noticed in this list, the identifiable feature is :
21 to 24 all have the suffix (ium)
Using these simplified form and try saying them speedily for one minute repeatedly, you should be able to get them accurately.
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