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Alchemical Symbols

Range: 1F700—1F77F Quantity of characters: 128

Symbols for Aristotelian elements

🜀
U+1F700
🜁
U+1F701
🜂
U+1F702
🜃
U+1F703
🜄
U+1F704

Symbols for important solvents

🜅
U+1F705
🜆
U+1F706
🜇
U+1F707
🜈
U+1F708
🜉
U+1F709
🜊
U+1F70A
🜋
U+1F70B
🜌
U+1F70C

Symbols for sulfur and mercury

🜍
U+1F70D
🜎
U+1F70E
🜏
U+1F70F
🜐
U+1F710
🜑
U+1F711
🜒
U+1F712
🜓
U+1F713

Symbols for salt, vitriol, and nitre

🜔
U+1F714
🜕
U+1F715
🜖
U+1F716
🜗
U+1F717
🜘
U+1F718
🜙
U+1F719

Symbols for gold and silver

🜚
U+1F71A
🜛
U+1F71B

Symbols for iron, iron ore and derivatives

🜜
U+1F71C
🜝
U+1F71D
🜞
U+1F71E
🜟
U+1F71F

Symbols for copper, copper ore and derivatives

🜠
U+1F720
🜡
U+1F721
🜢
U+1F722
🜣
U+1F723
🜤
U+1F724
🜥
U+1F725
🜦
U+1F726
🜧
U+1F727
🜨
U+1F728

Symbols for tin and lead ore

🜩
U+1F729
🜪
U+1F72A

Symbols for antimony, antimony ore and derivatives

🜫
U+1F72B
🜬
U+1F72C
🜭
U+1F72D
🜮
U+1F72E
🜯
U+1F72F
🜰
U+1F730
🜱
U+1F731
🜲
U+1F732
🜳
U+1F733
🜴
U+1F734
🜵
U+1F735

Symbols for other substances

🜶
U+1F736
🜷
U+1F737
🜸
U+1F738
🜹
U+1F739
🜺
U+1F73A
🜻
U+1F73B
🜼
U+1F73C
🜽
U+1F73D
🜾
U+1F73E
🜿
U+1F73F
🝀
U+1F740
🝁
U+1F741
🝂
U+1F742
🝃
U+1F743
🝄
U+1F744
🝅
U+1F745
🝆
U+1F746
🝇
U+1F747
🝈
U+1F748
🝉
U+1F749
🝊
U+1F74A
🝋
U+1F74B
🝌
U+1F74C
🝍
U+1F74D
🝎
U+1F74E
🝏
U+1F74F
🝐
U+1F750
🝑
U+1F751
🝒
U+1F752
🝓
U+1F753
🝔
U+1F754
🝕
U+1F755
🝖
U+1F756
🝗
U+1F757
🝘
U+1F758
🝙
U+1F759
🝚
U+1F75A
🝛
U+1F75B
🝜
U+1F75C
🝝
U+1F75D

Processes

🝞
U+1F75E
🝟
U+1F75F
🝠
U+1F760
🝡
U+1F761
🝢
U+1F762
🝣
U+1F763
🝤
U+1F764

Apparatus

🝥
U+1F765
🝦
U+1F766
🝧
U+1F767
🝨
U+1F768
🝩
U+1F769
🝪
U+1F76A
🝫
U+1F76B
🝬
U+1F76C
🝭
U+1F76D

Time

🝮
U+1F76E
🝯
U+1F76F
🝰
U+1F770
🝱
U+1F771

Measures

🝲
U+1F772
🝳
U+1F773
U+1F774
U+1F775
U+1F776
U+1F777
U+1F778
U+1F779
U+1F77A
U+1F77B
U+1F77C
U+1F77D
U+1F77E
U+1F77F

Alchemical symbols, originally devised as part of alchemy, were used to denote some elements and some compounds until the 18th century. Note that while notation like this was mostly standardized, style and symbol varied between alchemists.

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