Elemental Abundances

Elemental Abundance in Solar System Relative to Silicon. (Table for Earth below)

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Atom Atomic No. Abundance* (atoms/106 atoms Si) Log(abund)
H 1 27900000000 10.45
He 2 2720000000 9.43
Li 3 57.1 1.76
Be 4 0.73 -0.14
B 5 21.2 1.33
C 6 10100000 7
N 7 313000 5.5
O 8 23800000 7.38
F 9 843 2.93
Ne 10 3440000 6.54
Na 11 57400 4.76
Mg 12 1074000 6.03
Al 13 84900 4.93
Si 14 1000000 6
P 15 10400 4.02
S 16 515000 5.71
Cl 17 5240 3.72
Ar 18 101000 5
K 19 3770 3.58
Ca 20 61100 4.79
Sc 21 34.2 1.53
Ti 22 2400 3.38
V 23 293 2.47
Cr 24 13500 4.13
Mn 25 9550 3.98
Fe 26 900000 5.95
Co 27 2250 3.35
Ni 28 49300 4.69
Cu 29 522 2.72
Zn 30 1260 3.1
Ga 31 37.8 1.58
Ge 32 119 2.08
As 33 6.56 0.82
Se 34 62.1 1.79
Br 35 11.8 1.07
Kr 36 45 1.65
Rb 37 7.09 0.85
Sr 38 23.5 1.37
Y 39 4.64 0.67
Zr 40 11.4 1.06
Nb 41 0.698 -0.16
Mo 42 2.55 0.41
Tc 43
Ru 44 1.86 0.27
Rh 45 0.344 -0.46
Pd 46 1.39 0.14
Ag 47 0.486 -0.31
Cd 48 1.61 0.21
In 49 0.184 -0.74
Sn 50 3.82 0.58
Sb 51 0.309 -0.51
Te 52 4.81 0.68
I 53 0.9 -0.05
Xe 54 4.7 0.67
Cs 55 0.372 -0.43
Ba 56 4.49 0.65
La 57 0.446 -0.35
Ce 58 1.136 0.06
Pr 59 0.1669 -0.78
Nd 60 0.8279 -0.08
Pm 61
Sm 62 0.2282 -0.64
Eu 63 0.0973 -1.01
Gd 64 0.33 -0.48
Tb 65 0.0603 -1.22
Dy 66 0.3942 -0.4
Ho 67 0.0889 -1.05
Er 68 0.2508 -0.6
Tm 69 0.0378 -1.42
Yb 70 0.2479 -0.61
Lu 71 0.0367 -1.44
Hf 72 0.154 -0.81
Ta 73 0.0207 -1.68
W 74 0.133 -0.88
Re 75 0.0517 -1.29
Os 76 0.675 -0.17
Ir 77 0.661 -0.18
Pt 78 1.34 0.13
Au 79 0.187 -0.73
Hg 80 0.34 -0.47
Tl 81 0.184 -0.74
Pb 82 3.15 0.5
Bi 83 0.144 -0.84
Po 84
At 85
Rn 86
Fr 87
Ra 88
Ac 89
Th 90 0.0335 -1.47
Pa 91
U 92 0.009 -2.05
Np 93
Pu 94
Am 95
Cm 96
Bk 97
Cf 98
Es 99
Fm 100
Md 101
No 102
Lr 103
*Anders, Edward; Grevesse; Nicolas, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 1989, 53, 197-214.

 

Elemental Abundance in Earth Crust

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Atom Atomic No. Abundance*
H 1 6.2
He 2 0
Li 3 4.1
Be 4 3.2
B 5 4
C 6 6.7
N 7 4.3
O 8 8.67
F 9 5.8
Ne 10 0
Na 11 7.36
Mg 12 7.51
Al 13 7.92
Si 14 8.43
P 15 6
S 16 5.8
Cl 17 5.3
Ar 18 1
K 19 6.96
Ca 20 7.72
Sc 21 4.5
Ti 22 6.7
V 23 5.4
Cr 24 5.3
Mn 25 6.1
Fe 26 7.84
Co 27 4.5
Ni 28 5
Cu 29 4.9
Zn 30 4.9
Ga 31 4.3
Ge 32 3.2
As 33 3.4
Se 34 1.7
Br 35 3.4
Kr 36 -1
Rb 37 4.5
Sr 38 5.4
Y 39 4.3
Zr 40 5
Nb 41 4
Mo 42 3
Tc 43
Ru 44 0
Rh 45 -1
Pd 46 0
Ag 47 1.9
Cd 48 2
In 49 1.7
Sn 50 3.4
Sb 51 2.3
Te 52 -1
I 53 2.7
Xe 54 -2
Cs 55 3
Ba 56 5.4
La 57 4.2
Ce 58 4.5
Pr 59 3.6
Nd 60 4.2
Pm 61
Sm 62 3.5
Eu 63 3
Gd 64 3.5
Tb 65 2.8
Dy 66 3.6
Ho 67 2.9
Er 68 3.3
Tm 69 2.5
Yb 70 3.3
Lu 71 2.5
Hf 72 3.5
Ta 73 3
W 74 3
Re 75 -0.3
Os 76 -1
Ir 77 -1
Pt 78 0
Au 79 0.5
Hg 80 2
Tl 81 2.6
Pb 82 3.9
Bi 83 -1
Po 84
At 85
Rn 86
Fr 87
Ra 88 -4
Ac 89
Th 90 3.6
Pa 91 -5
U 92 3
Np 93
Pu 94
Am 95
Cm 96
Bk 97
Cf 98
Es 99
Fm 100
Md 101
No 102
Lr 103
*log(mass fraction in ppb, that is μg/kg)

 

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