- Elemental (disambiguation)
Elemental is also the adjective form of the word, "element". For example, in chemistry, it refers to matter composed of only one chemical element: graphite and diamond are types of elemental carbon.
Elemental can refer to:
* Elemental, a creature formed entirely of one of the classical elements in mysticism, alchemy, mythology and modern fantasy fiction; for the usage of elementals in fiction, see elementals in fiction
* Elemental (BattleTech), a type of power armor used by the Clans (BattleTech)
* Elementals (comics), a number of different comics titles and characters of the same name
* "Elemental" (Tears for Fears album), a 1993 album by British pop band Tears for Fears. Elemental is also a single from this album.
* "Elemental" (The Fixx album), a 1998 album by The Fixx
* Elemental (music group), a Croatian hip-hop group
* "Elemental" (Loreena McKennitt album), a 1985 album by Canadian singer and harpist Loreena McKennitt
* Elemental, a species in the Mortal Kombat game universe
* Elemental (The Chronicles of Riddick), a fictional race that evolved from humans in the film "The Chronicles of Riddick"
* Elemental (Dungeons & Dragons), a type of creature from the role-playing game
* Elementals (Crash Bandicoot), a group of renegade masks from the video game ""
* Elemental Technologies, Inc., a video software company in Portland, Oregon.
* Element for various uses of the word "element".
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