Which chemical element was discovered in Russia?

titanium
boron
ruthenium
magnesium
Ruthe­ni­um was dis­cov­ered in 1844 by the Beltic German sci­en­cist Karl Ernst Claus at the Kazan State Uni­ver­si­ty. He named it after Ruthe­ni­a, the Latin word for Rus',.

Answers distribution

titanium
boron
ruthenium
magnesium
answers
flagFinland
4%
2%
93%
0%
47
flagthe United Arab Emirates
6%
0%
89%
2%
49
flagSwitzerland
4%
11%
83%
0%
43
flagItaly
9%
13%
74%
2%
75
flagIndia
17%
6%
68%
5%
289
flagAustria
18%
12%
68%
0%
32
flagAustralia
16%
13%
67%
0%
43
flagPakistan
21%
9%
66%
2%
42
flagthe Netherlands
10%
20%
63%
4%
91
flagthe Philippines
16%
13%
63%
5%
36
flagGermany
14%
19%
61%
4%
218
flagCanada
7%
27%
60%
2%
40
flagPoland
18%
17%
58%
5%
16441
flagthe United States
18%
16%
57%
5%
642
flagthe United Kingdom
20%
19%
56%
2%
504
flagSweden
15%
25%
56%
2%
44
flagNorway
13%
20%
55%
10%
29
flagFrance
24%
15%
54%
6%
33
flagUnknown
23%
24%
45%
6%
1241
flagRepublic of Ireland
32%
18%
38%
10%
49

Gender

men55%
women59%
titanium
18%
18%
boron
19%
17%
ruthenium
55%
59%
magnesium
6%
3%

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