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Here’s another priceless periodic table that shows much more than regular tables of elements.

Besides the usual data such as element names, symbols, atomic numbers and weights, you can find information about the element’s most typical appearance and use, like the use of titanium in aerospace, cobalt in magnets, tantalum in mobile phones, tungsten in lamp filaments, etc.

The excellent symbols accompanied by a clear key make it easier for younger learners to identify which elements are to be found in the human body or the Earth’s crust, which elements are magnetic or radioactive, which elements are called noble metals, which elements can be found only in traces in nature and which are only made by people.

Your young learners are sure to appreciate this fun table of elements which will be of great help in their chemistry studies.

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