Which Country Discovered Every Element In The Periodic Table Neodim 8 years ago Which Country Discovered Every Element In The Periodic table ? PinShareTweet0 Shares PinShareTweet0 Shares Facebook Prev Article Next Article Related Posts Best-of Red Bull Soapbox Race Neokentin October 12, 2015 Paper Cut-out Sketches With Everyday Scenes by Shamekh Bluwi Neokentin July 9, 2015 The Hellish E-waste Graveyards Where Computers Are Mined for Metal Neokentin January 11, 2018 9 Comments Dario Di Darko Maria Curie was in fact Maria Skłodowska-Curie, so some of the French ones should belong to Poland :D Reply Maruchin Ki No way… Polonium (84) and Radium (88) was discovered by polish women Maria Skłodowska-Curie, so you have wrong flags one a pic. Reply Benjamin Couillault she has also the french nationality Dorota Makota Perczyńska oh, so from both choosed french one. Dorota Sud Polonium and Radium – Poland! Reply Benjamin Couillault she had also french nationality lived 43 years in france, and indeed she was very proud too be polish Dan Brown Science plus Nationalism = stupid Reply Guillaume Bonneau Ce ne sont pas des pays qui découvrent, mais des scientifiques !!! Reply Add Comment Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.