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October 13, 2010

That’s kinda unfair…

srikanth @ 11:59 pm, GMT +0000 ( 1287014349 ) Play

Where would you find this plaque?

Cracked by: udupendra , shrik , Vinay Hegde , krudebox , jowens , Ananth , Rogi , AmK , Thejas V R , byslexia , Bharath , kallukudian , Debasish , Goyal , raklodramA , username , v.chandrashekar , N@ngA , Manish Achuth , Prateek Agarwal , Rahul Rajeev , Aparna , vijayaraghavan , Raghuvansh , dineshk , Gursheel Singh Sahni , mankuTimma , nishansolo , Sumanth Patlolla , panrod , shenoyvarun86 , KaranSaharya , Dibyo and madhur

Answer:
The pic shows a plaque outside a mine at Ytterby. This one mine, strangely enough, has been the location for the discovery of four different rare earth metals in the periodic table!


34 Responses to “That’s kinda unfair…”

  1. udupendra
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    Ytterby


  2. shrik
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    The Ytterby mine in Ytterby, a village on the Swedish island of Resarö, in Vaxholm Municipality in the Stockholm archipelago.


  3. Vinay Hegde

    Ytterby mines.


  4. krudebox
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    Ytterby mine in Sweden


  5. jowens
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    Ytterby Mine.


  6. Ananth
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    Ytterby, Sweden.


  7. Rogi
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    Ytterby, Sweden.


  8. AmK
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    Ytterby mine in Sweden.


  9. Ytterby in Sweden. Four elements in the periodic table have been named after this place- Yttrium, Ytterbium, terbium and erbium.


  10. byslexia

    Ytterby


  11. Bharath
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    Ytterby mine in Sweden


  12. kallukudian

    Memorial plaque of the ASM International at Ytterby mine.
    Lending its name to a famous quarry where many rare earth minerals have been discovered, the small village has been the inspiration for naming the chemical elements yttrium (Y), ytterbium (Yb), terbium (Tb) and erbium (Er).


  13. Ytterby


  14. Goyal
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    Ytterby Mine


  15. ytterby mine


  16. username
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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ytterby


  17. username
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    why i didnt get points for this:

    http://www.boiledbeans.net/201.....f-silence/


  18. ytterby mine


  19. N@ngA

    at the entrance of Ytterby mine in Sweden


  20. Manish Achuth
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    Ytterby Mine.
    Elements found – Yttrium, Tarbium, Erbium and Yttarbiurn.


  21. Prateek Agarwal

    Ytterby Mine, a famous quarry where many rare earth elements have been discovered.
    Derives its name from yttrium(Y), ytterbium(Yb), terbium(Tb), erbium(Er).


  22. Rahul Rajeev

    Former entrance to the Ytterby mine on the Swedish island of Resarö


  23. Aparna
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    Ytterby mine, at Ytterby, which is a village on the Swedish island of Resarö, in Vaxholm Municipality in the Stockholm archipelago


  24. vijayaraghavan

    ytterby


  25. Raghuvansh
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    Ytterbi


  26. dineshk
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    Ytterby, the village in Sweden. A quarry in this village has yielded 4 rare earth elements – yttrium, ytterbium, terbium and erbium.


  27. Gursheel Singh Sahni

    This can be found at the Ytterby Mine after which four elements of the periodic table are named.


  28. mankuTimma
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    Ytterby mine.


  29. nishansolo

    Ytterby, Sweden


  30. Sumanth Patlolla
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    Ytterby is a village on the Swedish island of Resarö,lending its name to a famous quarry where many rare earth minerals have been discovered, the small village has been the inspiration for naming the chemical elements yttrium (Y), ytterbium (Yb), terbium (Tb) and erbium (Er).
    In 1989 the ASM International society installed a plaque at the former entrance to the mine, commemorating the mine as a historical landmark.


  31. panrod

    Ytterby mine


  32. shenoyvarun86
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    Ytterby


  33. KaranSaharya

    Resarö, in Vaxholm Municipality in the Stockholm archipelago.

    The town has been the inspiration for naming the chemical elements yttrium, ytterbium, terbium and erbium.

    Gadolinium (named after gadolinite and John Gadolin), holmium (from the Latin name for Stockholm), scandium and thulium (Thule is a Latin word for the Nordic areas) all originated in the Ytterby mine.

    In 1989 the ASM International society installed a plaque at the old entrance to the mine.


  34. Dibyo
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    ytterby


  35. madhur
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    Ytterby


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