You've got a set of tiles with the symbols from the periodic table. Each symbol appears once. You're thinking up words to make but you want to know if it's possible or not.
Write a program in your favourite language that will take in a string as an input parameter. You may assume that input is not null, has no spaces and consists of ASCII characters.
Your program should take that string and output a truthy value if that word can made up of symbols from the periodic table of elements, and a falsey value if the word cannot.
To make this challenge more difficult, you may not use a symbol twice. So if you use Nitrogen
N you may not use
N again in the same word.
Standard loopholes are not allowed. You may use symbols from elements 1-118 (Hydrogen to Ununoctium). You can find a list of all the elements here. You may read the list of symbols in from a file or input arguments if you wish.
Laos - true (LaOs) Amputation - true (AmPuTaTiON) Heinous - true (HeINoUS) Hypothalamus - true (HYPoThAlAmUS) Singapore - true (SiNGaPoRe) Brainfuck - true (BRaInFUCK) Candycane - false
This is a code golf challenge, shortest code wins.
BEFORE YOU CLOSE AS DUPLICATE: While this may seem similar to this challenge, I feel it is different because it is not 'Generate a list of all words that are possible from the periodic table', it is 'Take in arbitrary input and determine if it can be made from the periodic table'