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What is an element named after a scientist?

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Curium (Cm) - Marie Curie. Einsteinium (Es) - Albert Einstein. Fermium (Fm) - Enrico Fermi. Mendeleevium (Md) - Dmitri Mendeleev. Nobelium (No) - Alfred Nobel. Rutherfordium (Rf) - Ernest Rutherford. Seaborgium (Sg) - Glenn T. Seaborg. Bohrium (Bh) -
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