Elements Named after Planets?

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The four elements named after planets are, Plutonium, Tellurium, Uranium and Neptunium. However, Mercury was named after the Roman god which was related to what they called 'quicksilver.'
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Uranium- Uranus. Neptunium - Neptune. Plutonium- 134340 Pluto (dwarf planet) Tellurium- Earth. Cerium - 1 Ceres (dwarf planet) Palladium - 2 Pallas (asteroid) note that Mercury was
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* Mercury (Mercury) * Tellurium (Earth) (Latin tellus meaning "earth" *
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Mercury, neptunium, tellurium, and uranium. Can't count plutonium, since Pluto is no longer a planet. There is also selenium (named after the moon), and helium (named after the sun)
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