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What is my real name?

Your name is Because
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Lifting is my best known work

It's Virtuous, but I'm of no form My seat's right at the very top Where gangs of many is the norm My one peer is one that goes 'pop' Though my uses are many Lifting is my best known work At ...
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Valence Levels?

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Professor Roman loves to teach unorthodox Chemistry

Prof. Roman of the Chemistry dept. says so if M = 6 - 9 then
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An Evolutionary Experiment

What we need to do here: More specifically: When this is done: Translating this, we get:
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A Periodic Puzzle

Leaving a partial solution because I'm going to sleep soon Incorrect Integers Part 1 Part 2 Answer Weird Weights Part 1 Part 2 Answer Abnormal Appellations I've noticed that
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The Purple Periodic Puzzle

The elements in this table that are wrong are: With this mistakes, we can see that
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Longer Than Usual

What do you get if you combine two or more of these data sources? You get: By marking the correct code on each map, (World, US, UK, Periodic Table) we see that each number from 1-131 has its own ...
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Chem-is-try is hard

The decrypted solution is:
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Element lost? Call a scientist!

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The messy chemist

The cards are laid out: The moved flashcard is: The card in your hand is: Reasoning:
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PSE Advent Calendar 2021 (Day 22): Quick Math Card

What a lovely thing to receive in the post :) It's a friendly message saying: How do I know? We need to note that there are several different interpretations that can be ascribed to each symbol here.....
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A Periodic Puzzle

Abnormal Appellations
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Chemistry Riddle

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Dr Aphorism's advice

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Earth Science | Chemistry + Flags

The answer is The flags are These have the two letter codes These correspond to atomic symbols for Which have atomic numbers
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This won't work with US states

So each of the three given lists has the property that: Placing the encoded lists next to each other, we get: The answer: A final note:
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Single letter chemical elements on a 2x2 grid

The answer is: First row: Second row: The elements are:
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Words with Alchemists

Here's the first one with Here's the second one with Here's the third one with No idea if these are optimal though
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Alchemy in a Tin Kit

This is
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An engineer, a mechanic and an athlete walk into a bar

I think they were talking about The engineer's word is: The mechanic's word is the one I am least confident in: The athlete's word is Combined with the literature tag, I think this is right.
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Lifting is my best known work

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What is my real name?

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Guess what letter conforming each word

1 letter only could be mean anything. With an additional letter in front, could be used as medicine component and something you definitely learn or at least heard once. Add another letter in front, ...
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Elementary, my dear …

The message says and it works as follows: And of course We get And Credit where due: There were a couple of errors in the first version of this answer, which I have fixed after Rubio kindly ...
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The return of the messy chemist

Your teacher is holding cards for the elements Reasoning: The cards are arranged in the order of the
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__________ is the way to go!

Solution: Step 1: Step 2: Step 3: Step 4:
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Longer Than Usual

This puzzle is definitely longer than usual. The reason is because it is an We start by following the instructions and gathering all the letters: The letters form a long string. We can Then we ...
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The Odd Chemistry Teacher

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A Fantasy Gathering

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