most abundant chemical elements

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The most abundant chemical elements
(by numbers of atoms per 109 atoms of hydrogen)
element symbol abundance element symbol abundance element symbol abundance
helium He 9.8 × 107 magnesium Mg 38,000 potassium K 133
carbon C 501,000 aluminum Al 3,000 calcium Ca 2,200
nitrogen N 100,000 silicon Si 35,000 titanium Ti 91
oxygen O 794,000 phosphorus P 320 chromium Cr 473
fluorine F 33 sulfur S 17,400 manganese Mn 288
neon Ne 123,000 chlorine Cl 250 iron Fe 33,000
sodium Na 2,100 argon Ar 3,600 nickel Ni 1,800
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