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ERBIUM = 167Er
The element Erbium (Er) was discovered by the Swedish chemist Carl Gustaf Mosander in 1843. The letters "E" and "R" first appear together 167 letters after the beginning of the verse. Erbium has an atomic mass of 167.
Number of letters from the beginning of the verse to the letters "Er": 167 Atomic mass of the element "Er": 167
NEODYMIUM = 60Nd
The Australian scientist Carl F. Auer von Welsbach succeeded in obtaining the element Neodymium (Nd) in 1885. There are 60 letters between the first time the letters "N" and "D" appear together in Surat al-Hadid and the end of the verse. This figure is the atomic number of the element Nd.
Number of letters between the letters "Nd" and the end of the verse: 60 Atomic number of the element "Nd": 60
VANADIUM = 23V
The element Vanadium (V) was discovered in 1801 by the Mexican scientist Andres Manuel del Rio and by the Swedish chemist Nils Gabriel Sefstrom in 1830. Vanadium is one of the fundamental elements in the body. There are 23 letters to the end of the verse from the letter V. This figure represents the atomic number of Vanadium.
Number of letters from the letter "V" to the end of the verse: 23 Atomic number of the element "V": 23
GALLIUM = 69Ga
The French chemist Paul Emile Lecoq de Boisbaudran discovered the element Gallium (Ga) in 1875 using spectral bands. Gallium is used in such spheres as electronics and once again, in the production of medicine. There are 69 letters to the end of the verse from the point at which the letters "G" and "A" appear together in Surat al-Hadid. This number -“ 69 - is also the atomic number of Gallium.
Number of letters to the end of the verse from the letters "Ga": 69 Atomic number of the element "Ga": 69
NITROGEN = 14N
Nitrogen (N), discovered by the Scottish scientist Daniel Rutherford in 1772, makes up 78% of the atmosphere. It is also present in the Sun and various stars in the universe. Nitrogen occupies an important place in the structures of living things and is found in such vital components as protein and nucleic acid. There are 14 letters from the letter "N" in Surat al-Hadid to the end of the verse. 14 is also the atomic number of Nitrogen. There are 7 letters between the second and third letters "N" -“ it is worthy of note that this is also the atomic number of Nitrogen.
Number of letters from the letter "N" to the end of the verse: 14 Atomic number of the element "N": 14
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