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Alternative Periodic Table Poster

Editor's Rating
4.8/5?

Be in your element with the Alternative Periodic Table Poster from UsefulCharts.com. The standard table features elements according to valence; how elements combine with other elements to create compounds. The Alternative Period Table Poster instead focuses on how atoms are built. The designer emphasises the work by Edward Mazurs from the 1960s to showcase how electrons group together. In addition to this new configuration, the Alternative Periodic Table also gives more information. You can see details on electron configurations and even different types of electron subshells. Of course, this poster has all the traditional bells and whistles. Each element has its name, number, atomic weight, state, period, group, and block. Finally, on the left is the traditional periodic table for reference (although we really like this new style).You can grab this poster as well as other interesting ones (including a Timeline of US History!) for a bundle rate on Kickstarter.

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Overview & Specs
Editor's Rating:
4.8
Dimensions :
24 x 36 inches
Printing Process :
eco-friendly UV inks, carbon neutral plant
Paper :
80 lb. glossy cover stock
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