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Nice! Definitely worth explaining.
Also, I kept thinking it was Beryllium at first.
It's Barium.

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Ok this is hysterical. We need one of these for each element, and I may be able to remember them all! (not for H, He, O, N, Na, Mg, Ag, Au, I got those, for all the hard elements..)

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@nycynik: They also had one for FE (http://www.tshirtlaundry.com/iron-helps-us-play-tshirt.html) but I had to google it to get the reference (Simpsons)

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@hoops645: What about FE on the male stick figures?
(like the ones they hang on bathroom doors)

Of coarse Marvel, I mean Disney would sue.

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Oh I am an x-ray tech and this pun works for us too! Please????

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@polysorbate: I can see how you'd confuse the two.. with all those "A"s in Beryllium.

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@br0seidon: show me some "K"'s in potassium, and you have a point

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@choff1016: Kalium, the Latin word for alkali, was what they used to call Potassium, and the symbol stuck. Potassium is still referred to in medicine by the root (hyperkalemia, hypokalemia).

When I was in middle-school, we did a puzzle using the elemental symbols to learn them. "What do we do with dead people? Ba" I wish I had kept it...