A not-very-posible request...

I'm a 16 years old student in Malaysia...
My school's St John Ambulance will have division camp within this December...
The title will be something like 'Leave the hell, to the heaven'...
and our president suggested to use a chemistry formula to form a word...
but since we are still new in web elements,
we cannot do that very well...
all we can do is just use some not-existed elements to form the word 'heaven'...like this :

HEa(+) + VeN(-) -> HEaVeN

very lousy, right?
so we would need your help to make a formula like this...
a formula to form whatever nessesary word related to 'heaven'
(eg. sky, sun etc)......

Thanks... :D

Regards,
Khor

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A_R_S_E_nic might prove useful ...... 8)

This doesn't seem complicated, I'm sure you can figure out how to make words from the elements yourself.

[quote="feline1"]A_R_S_E_nic might prove useful ...... 8)[/quote]
Thank you very much for your suggestion... lol

[quote="UCB Mitch"]This doesn't seem complicated, I'm sure you can figure out how to make words from the elements yourself.[/quote]
Yes, but we are too new for chemistry... T______T
All we have learnt is just the first 20 elements...
and we don't know the charge of those transition elements...
so we cannot form an ionic bond easily......
futhermore we can't find a website that tells us the charge of every elements...
I've made one some hours ago...
it's S[size=7]2[/size](2-) + K(+) + Y(3+) -> S[size=7]2[/size]KY
but the order is wrong.....
Can somebody here please give me more suggestion? :roll:

Why is it wrong? What makes you think the molecule is linear?

[quote="UCB Mitch"]Why is it wrong? What makes you think the molecule is linear?[/quote]
Don't know... :oops:
but isn't metals always be placed to the front of the formula?
like NaCl, isn't it wrong when we write it as ClNa?
Yttrium is a type of metal, isn't it should be placed to the front?
And...isn't molecule linear? :oops:

[size=9]ps : correct me if I'm wrong...[/size] :oops:

I was trying to confuse you, and you are right that the molecule is linear. Not all 3 element combinations make linear molecules some make bent molecules. Also the cation is typically written first but since this sounds like such a stupid assignment I wouldn't hold yourself to that limitation unless EXPLICITLY told to do so.

[quote="UCB Mitch"]I was trying to confuse you, and you are right that the molecule is linear. Not all 3 element combinations make linear molecules some make bent molecules. Also the cation is typically written first but since this sounds like such a stupid assignment I wouldn't hold yourself to that limitation unless EXPLICITLY told to do so.[/quote]
I see...... :?

I have some great suggestion to Khor.

Pu Re(Plutonium+Rhenium alloy)=Pure
Re Ar Ra N Ge=>Rearrange

I think a funny one that could get you in a lot of trouble is the formula for the following: FluoroUranium CarboKalide. :lol:

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