The usual periodic table of elements, their symbols, atomic numbers and atomic weights. Elements are arranged in a pattern so that we can predict their properties based on their location in the table.
You can see rows or periods, and columns or groups in the table. Periods tell us about the number of atomic orbitals, while groups about the number of electrons in the outer orbitals.
This clever periodic table shows much more than regular tables of elements. There’s information about the element’s appearance in nature and its form at room temperature.
The most interesting, however, is its use as an alloy, blend, mixture or a compound. Its most typical use is illustrated with a picture, which helps students remember that for eg. iron is used for building bridges, nickel for making coins, copper in taps, palladium in dental crowns, etc.
Have fun studying the table of elements!