Sound Frequencies for elements in Periodic table

Does anyone know how to convert the elements of the periodic table into sound frequencies measured in HZ or cycles per second?

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Hello. I would like to take

Hello. I would like to take this question one step further.

It is obviously true that every element has a resonant frequency.
It is upon this principle that the atomic clock is based.
Does anyone have a resource for finding the atomic frequency of a given element in the periodic table?

Ignorant is he who denies the obvious..."claptrap."
Certainly, it is the very music of the spheres to which the universe dances that makes the Universe move.

....All spiffy words aside; I need to be able to figure out the frequencies emitted by every element's nucleus.

Can anyone help me?

Thank you,

Dr. Seth T. Whitecotton

Yes. http://www.nuclear.kth.s



Hello where are you? when you

Hello where are you? when you are come on this forum and when start our discussion here?

Greeting folks. I joined

Greeting folks.

I joined your site last week after a number of years fruitlessly searching for the frequencies for the Periodic table. I noticed that Russ had come across something and I would be gratefull Russ, if you could point me in the right direction in obtaining a copy of this list. Einstien was right.....
Concerning matter, we have been all wrong. What we have called matter is energy, whose vibration has been so lowered as to be perceptible to the senses. There is no matter. A. Einstein.

All frequencies have a geometrical shape, including gravity.
As everything is energy, it therefore exists within the frequency spectrum; including us and all our emotions. Keith.

Talk to you soon,



Start here....



I don't think I have covered that.
I don't think anyone has covered that.
I don't natures covered that.

1420MHz is HYDROGEN formula for frequency is= 1/atomic radius

1420 MHz is reseved so that radio telescopes can notice Hydrogen in distant galaxies. Try reading articles in

anyway Hydrogen is a quite

anyway Hydrogen is a quite abundant in distant galaxies

Dr Linders, your question does not compute :)

Elements do not have "sounds".

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