The following is the systematic periodic table containing 172 elements. In this periodic table, every element use systematic names, including elements that are named officially.
Every name contain three roots after each digit of the corresponding atomic number in Latin or Greek, and ending in '-ium.' Symbols are derived from first letter of each root. For elements with only one- or two-digit atomic numbers, leading zeros are used for naming, for example oxygen, atomic number 8, is systematically named nilniloctium (Nno), after 008, while iron is nilbihexium (Nbh) after 026.
For elements not included on the periodic table, neutronium (element 0) is systematically named nilnilnilium (Nnn), while ultimium (element 173) is named unsepttrium (Ust).