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The Periodic Table began with Mendeleev and others in the late 1800s.
Today there are hundreds of versions of the periodic table. Here are a few that we like.

 

Periodic Table of Lessons
View the video on YouTube

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Periodic Table Clock (Certified as AMAZING)
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Chemical and Engineering News devoted an entire issue to the periodic table in order to celebrate their 80th anniversary. This periodic table includes 89 essays about the elements by scientists including Professor Shakhashiri for element 82, lead.

C&E News Periodic TableBucky Badger and Element #82


The Periodic Table of Videos from the University of Nottingham
contains a segment for each of the elements.
To kick off the International Year of Chemistry, Lab out Loud spoke with its creators about
their efforts to update each element video, and what they're planning for IYC 2011.

Lab Out Loud     The Elements


Theodore Gray's "Most Beautiful Periodic Table in the World" brings together the best of his collection of thousands of pictures of element samples. This site also includes lots of information about the elements, as well as many more pictures of each.

Click here to visit The interactive version of this tableClick for full-sized version

For an interactive version of this periodic table click here.

To view a video about Theodore Gray's Periodic Table Table click here.


Check out the Chemicool Periodic Table for more information about the elements.

Chemicool Periodic Table


Click here for a particularly clever Flash animation about the elements
to the tune of Tom Lehrer's Element Song.

The Elements


The Periodic Table Printmaking Project

The Elements

Ninety-seven printmakers of all experience levels, have joined together to produce 118 prints in any medium; woodcut, linocut, monotype, etching, lithograph, silkscreen, or any combination. The end result is a periodic table of elements intended to promote both science and the arts.


 

The Elements of Style

The Elements

We stumbled upon this J. Crew Chicago location's window display in August of 2011,
which used an abbreviated form of the periodic table to advertise their "Elements of Style."


 

 

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