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quote:Have we tried all the possible combinations to come up with new materials in the periodic table?
quote:And to add to Ian's answer, there are TWELVE notes in the musical scale, not eight
quote:Originally posted by DoctorBeaverI hate to disappoint you but no, I didn't click on them
quote:Originally posted by DoctorBeaverEvery substance in the periodic table is an element. That means they are not combinations. All that can be done is to add extra protons (I think) thereby transforming them into heavier elements. Even so, I think I'm right in saying that there is an upper limit to how far that process can be taken
quote:Originally posted by DoctorBeaverquote:And to add to Ian's answer, there are TWELVE notes in the musical scale, not eightOnly in Western music. Arabic, Indian etc have more
quote:Originally posted by Soul SurferThey are all found in varying proprtions in most of the rocks and even sea water you just have to do a bit of chemistry to extract them. 
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