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Computer illustration of the most recently added elements to the periodic table (as of early 2018). They are; 113 Niobium (NH), 115 Moscovium (Mc), 117 Tennessin (Ts) and 118 Oganesson (Og).

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Computer illustration of one of the most recently added elements to the periodic table (as of early 2018): Element 115 Moscovium (Mc).

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Computer illustration of one of the most recently added elements to the periodic table (as of early 2018): Element 115 Moscovium (Mc).

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Computer illustration of one of the most recently added elements to the periodic table (as of early 2018): Element 113 Niobium (NH).

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Computer illustration of one of the most recently added elements to the periodic table (as of early 2018): Element 113 Niobium (NH).

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Computer illustration of one of the most recently added elements to the periodic table (as of early 2018): Element 118 Oganesson (Og).

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Computer illustration of one of the most recently added elements to the periodic table (as of early 2018): Element 118 Oganesson (Og).

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Platinum element of the periodic table, computer illustration.

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Platinum element of the periodic table, computer illustration.

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Computer illustration of one of the most recently added element of periodic table (as of early 2018): Element 117 Tennessin (Ts).

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Computer illustration of one of the most recently added element of periodic table (as of early 2018): Element 117 Tennessin (Ts).

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Zinc chemical element, computer illustration.

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Zinc chemical element, computer illustration.

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Molecular model of acetic acid (ethanoic acid), C2H4O2 (structure CH3COOH), with carbon (black), oxygen (red), and hydrogen (blue). Acetic acid, one of the simplest carboxylic acids, is a colorless liquid that gives vinegar its sour taste and pungent smell.

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Molecular model of formaldehyde, one of the congener compounds (along with ethanol) produced in alcohol fermentation. Congeners contribute to the flavor and color of alcoholic beverages and are believed to increase hangover symptoms.

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Molecular model of isoamyl alcohol (also called isobutyl carbinol), one of the congener compounds (along with ethanol) produced in alcohol fermentation. Congeners contribute to the flavor and color of alcoholic beverages and are believed to increase hangover symptoms.

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Molecular model of methanol (also called carbinol or methyl alcohol), one of the congener compounds (along with ethanol) produced in alcohol fermentation. Congeners contribute to the flavor and color of alcoholic beverages and are believed to increase hangover symptoms.

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Molecular models of congener compounds (top to bottom): formaldehyde, methanol, acetaldehyde, isoamyl alcohol, and ethyl acetate. Congeners (along with ethanol) are produced in alcohol fermentation. They contribute to the flavor and color of alcoholic beverages and are believed to increase hangover symptoms.

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Molecular models of congener compounds: formaldehyde, methanol, acetaldehyde, and ethyl acetate. Congeners (along with ethanol) are produced in alcohol fermentation. Congeners contribute to the flavor and color of alcoholic beverages and are believed to increase hangover symptoms. In the background is a liquor bottle and a glass.

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Molecular models of congener compounds: formaldehyde, methanol, acetaldehyde, and ethyl acetate. Congeners (along with ethanol) are produced in alcohol fermentation. Congeners contribute to the flavor and color of alcoholic beverages and are believed to increase hangover symptoms. In the background is a liquor bottle and a glass.

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