"Your periodic table is instructive and fun. I have put it up in my office."
Martin L. Perl, 1995 Nobel Laureate
This most beautiful periodic table in the world features photographs of the actual elements whenever possible. The noble gases are represented by their discharge tube colors, iodine is shown both in its solid and vapor phase, and some, like niobium, are photographed in forms that are rarely seen. A few highly unstable elements are impossible to photograph; these show a picture of the person credited with the discovery. In addition to the high quality photograph, each element also includes its symbol, name, atomic number, and atomic mass. The 3D Lenticular version is especially awesome!!
Designed to be handed out to students, the back is filled with physical data about each element: melting point, boiling point, density, and a one-line description of the photographed sample. If you only need one, consider purchasing a 25 pack and donating the extras to your local school. 21 x 28 cm (8.25" x 11")
These high quality periodic tables are perfect for table or classroom use. The back contains additional information about each element. 25 x 50 cm (10" x 20") laminated.
Office or Classroom Size
This size is perfect for your office or classroom. Your students will be amazed to see how many of the elements are shiny metals! As chemistry teacher Jason Stainer said: "It looks amazing, much better than any periodic table I have seen elsewhere." 68 x 134 cm (27" x 53")
Totally Awesome! The elements are shown in 3D. As you vary the angle, different images are seen! Creating it required photographing each sample from 12 different angles. You may want several for your classroom. Also, they make fantastic gifts!! 29 x 56 cm (11" x 22").
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Apr 30, 2015 | By Brandi of Sebring, FL United States
Periodic table - great graphics
Dec 17, 2014 | By Lisa of Phoenix, AZ United States
Great element table
Jul 28, 2013 | By Laura of Woodbridge , VA United States
May 29, 2012 | By matthew of chattanooga, TN United States
Great for students to see!
May 29, 2012 | By Dana Salg of Long Beach, CA, CA United States