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What are the orgin names for these abbreviation? in latin
Au-gold
ag-sliver
sn-tin
hg-mercury
pb-lead
k-potassium
w-tungsten
fe-tron

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    Aurum
    Argentum
    Stannum
    Hydrargyrum
    Plumbum
    Kalium
    Wolfram
    Ferrum

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    Au-gold
    ag-sliver
    sn-tin
    hg-mercury
    pb-lead
    k-potassium
    w-tungsten
    fe-iron

    that's not what i meant. what does each abrevation mean in latin? the orgin name?

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    nvm i see it

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