There are five different elements that are named by scientists. The five elements are Bohrium, Curium, Einsteinium, Fermium and Lawrencium.
None of the elements in the periodic table are named after colours, however several colors are named for the colors of elements. Gold and silver, for example. Also, cobalt (a shade of blue) is called so because the metal cobalt was used to make the pigment.
There are actually several elements that are named after planets. Five of these elements are plutonium, mercury, neptunium, uranium, and tellurium ('tellus' is Latin for 'earth').
yellow, silver, and gold
Gold is one of them!
Caesium -bluish(Latin) Chlorine -yellow/green (Greek) Iodine -violet (Greek) Rhodium -rose (Greek) Sulphur - yellow (Arabic)
Iodine -violet (Greek) Sulphur - yellow (Arabic) Caesium -bluish(Latin) Chlorine -yellow/green (Greek) Rhodium -rose (Greek)
Copper, Gold, Silver, Iodine, Rubidium, Indium. Have fun.
The periodic table of elements contains the names and descriptions of every element found on earth. Among them are rubidium, gold, copper, silver, and bronze.
Where are the five elements in cornwall?
the five elements of music are:-silencetempodurationtexturetimbre