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Element

Element Abundances in the Solar System

( Number of atoms for every 106  atoms of silicon )

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Hydrogen

2.79×1010

Helium

2.72×109

Oxygen

2.38×107

Carbon

1.01×107

Neon

3.44×106

Nitrogen

3.13×106

Magnesium

1.074×106

Silicon

1.00×106

Iron

9.00×105

Sulfur

5.15×105

Argon

1.01×105

Aluminum

8.49×104

Calcium

6.11×104

Sodium

5.74×104

Nickel

4.93×104

Chromium

1.35×104

Phosphorus

1.04×104

Manganese

9550     

Chlorine

5240     

Potassium

3770     

Titanium

2400     

Cobalt

2250     

Zinc

1260     

Fluorine

 843     

Copper

 522     

Vanadium

 293     

Germanium

 119     

Selenium

  62.1   

Lithium

  57.1   

Krypton

  45     

Gallium

  37.8   

Scandium

  34.2   

Strontium

  23.5   

Boron

  21.2   

Bromine

  11.8   

Zirconium

  11.4   

Rubidium

   7.09  

Arsenic

   6.56  

Tellurium

   4.81  

Xenon

   4.7   

Yttrium

   4.64  

Barium

   4.49  

Tin

   3.82  

Lead

   3.15  

Molybdenum

   2.55  

Ruthenium

   1.86  

Cadmium

   1.61  

Palladium

   1.39  

Platinum

   1.34  

Cerium

   1.136 

Iodine

   0.90  

Neodymium

   0.8279

Beryllium

   0.73  

Niobium

   0.698 

Osmium

   0.675 

Iridium

   0.661 

Silver

   0.486 

Lanthanum

   0.4460

Dysprosium

   0.3942

Cesium

   0.372 

Rhodium

   0.344 

Mercury

   0.34  

Gadolinium

   0.3300

Antimony

   0.309 

Samarium

   0.2582

Erbium

   0.2508

Ytterbium

   0.2479

Gold

   0.187 

Indium

   0.184 

Thallium

   0.184 

Praseodymium

   0.1669

Hafnium

   0.154 

Bismuth

   0.144 

Tungsten

   0.133 

Europium

   0.0973

Holmium

   0.0889

Terbium

   0.0603

Rhenium

   0.0517

Thulium

   0.0378

Lutetium

   0.0367

Thorium

   0.0335

Tantalum

   0.0207

Uranium

   0.0090

Element

Abundances by Element Name in the Solar System

( Number of atoms for every 106  atoms of silicon )

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Aluminum

8.49×104

Antimony

   0.309 

Argon

1.01×105

Arsenic

   6.56  

Barium

   4.49  

Beryllium

   0.73  

Bismuth

   0.144 

Boron

  21.2   

Bromine

  11.8   

Cadmium

   1.61  

Calcium

6.11×104

Carbon

1.01×107

Cerium

   1.136 

Cesium

   0.372 

Chlorine

5240     

Chromium

1.35×104

Cobalt

2250     

Copper

 522     

Dysprosium

   0.3942

Erbium

   0.2508

Europium

   0.0973

Fluorine

 843     

Gadolinium

   0.3300

Gallium

  37.8   

Germanium

 119     

Gold

   0.187 

Hafnium

   0.154 

Helium

2.72×109

Holmium

   0.0889

Hydrogen

2.79×1010

Indium

   0.184 

Iodine

   0.90  

Iridium

   0.661 

Iron

9.00×105

Krypton

  45     

Lanthanum

   0.4460

Lead

   3.15  

Lithium

  57.1   

Lutetium

   0.0367

Magnesium

1.074×106

Manganese

9550     

Mercury

   0.34  

Molybdenum

   2.55  

Neodymium

   0.8279

Neon

3.44×106

Nickel

4.93×104

Niobium

   0.698 

Nitrogen

3.13×106

Osmium

   0.675 

Oxygen

2.38×107

Palladium

   1.39  

Phosphorus

1.04×104

Platinum

   1.34  

Potassium

3770     

Praseodymium

   0.1669

Rhenium

   0.0517

Rhodium

   0.344 

Rubidium

   7.09  

Ruthenium

   1.86  

Samarium

   0.2582

Scandium

  34.2   

Selenium

  62.1   

Silicon

1.00×106

Silver

   0.486 

Sodium

5.74×104

Strontium

  23.5   

Sulfur

5.15×105

Tantalum

   0.0207

Tellurium

   4.81  

Terbium

   0.0603

Thallium

   0.184 

Thorium

   0.0335

Thulium

   0.0378

Tin

   3.82  

Titanium

2400     

Tungsten

   0.133 

Uranium

   0.0090

Vanadium

 293     

Xenon

   4.7   

Ytterbium

   0.2479

Yttrium

   4.64  

Zinc

1260     

Zirconium

  11.4   

Reference    (Click the button next to a value above to see complete citation information for that entry)

Anders, Edward, and Nicolas Grevesse. "Abundances of the Elements: Meteoritic and Solar." Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, volume 53, number 1, 1989, pp. 197–214. doi:10.1016/0016-7037(89)90286-X