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UN Women Dec 29
As 2019, the International Year of the Periodic Table, closes to an end, we're highlighting the elements that were discovered by women! Makes us wonder how many more there would be if girls were given equal opportunities to become ...
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Adriano Bauer Dec 17
I've seen so many interesting versions of the periodic table this year but I couldn't find one with the oxophilicities of the elements, so I made one 😃s/o to K. P. Kepp from who calculated them.
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Compound Interest Feb 7
It's ! If you haven't already, check out the 24 different periodic tables I made for the end of . They cover element discoveries, production, prices, and loads more! See and download them all here:
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Claire gallerystrong 💥 Dec 11
What a year has been. Proud to have been part of the ⁩ contribution to the elements song. To find out more about the elements check out the great graphics on ⁦⁩. Mine was ! ⁦
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Compound Interest Feb 13
After translated versions of the element graphics? have translated them into Chinese, German, Hindi, Italian, Spanish and French. They're all available to download here:
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Alissa and Katie Mar 5
UK PRIMARY SCHOOLS: Want to spark your students’ interest in & introduce them to and its applications? APPLY for a £300 grant & a pack of exciting resources to run your own ! Details
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Fabienne M Apr 29
Looking for ways for support science? - this job (to be based in Paris!) is a legacy of ...Project Officer (Science)
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1001 Inventions Feb 26
NEW & grant scheme for to support spark pupils’ interest in introduce & help promote . Deadline March 13! Details:
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Sneh Patel Jan 3
also i know is over but i finally finished our wall this morning!
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Doreen Anene Jul 14
Nick Thomas, a professor at Auburn University at Montgomery, has assembled a periodic table in which each element is represented by a book with the element’s name in its title. have you seen this 😊☺️?
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Institute of Physics Dec 26
in 1898, Marie and Pierre Curie announced their discovery of radium, a highly radioactive element that can be very dangerous, but was once used in everyday products such as toothpaste.
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Chris Armstrong Jan 4
Moving on to the Periodic Table. Should have done this for .
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International Atomic Energy Agency Jan 6
This app is a mobile dictionary: it gives you the properties of 4,000+ isotopes. iOS: Android:
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Stuart Batten Jul 16
For no other reason than lockdown cabin fever, here's some from my various element collections, one element at a time. Here's the 3 full sets; the wall set's finished, the 'tray' set is almost done, and the briefcase is not far behind.
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Amersham Science Jan 8
our wall display of the periodic table is finally done!
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Brian Wagner Nov 15
For Week, here’s the beautiful purple pastel emission of argon (element 18 on the periodic table), that oh so noble gas, in a discharge lamp.
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Lisa McWilliams Nov 20
Celebrating with a projection of the periodic table...only could a tree photobomb this
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LLNL Dec 31
Finish off the International Year of the Periodic Table with a bang! 💥🎉 Fireworks owe their beautiful colors to metal compounds such as Strontium Nitrate (red) and Copper Chloride (blue). However you celebrate, we wish you a Happy New Year!
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John O'Donoghue Jan 2
Back in work today reflecting on the Int Yr of the Periodic Table .I met lots of great new people & it was a pleasure to work with enthusiastic colleagues to organise ~100 events/workshops with ~5000 students,teachers & the general public! Goodbye !
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NSCL Dec 20
365 days, 118 elements/tweets, 31613 characters, 26 authors, 1 designer, 800+ exceptional people pushing the boundaries of rare isotope science. Thanks for celebrating the International Year of the Periodic Table with NSCL! See you in 2020.
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