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This Periodic Table by PhD student Jamie Gallagher, shows all the elements arranged by the country that discovered them.
Scientists have presented new evidence for the existence of a previously unconfirmed element with atomic number 115. Temporarily named Ununpentium. The element is highly radioactive and exists for less than a second before decaying into lighter atoms. First discovered by Russian scientists in 2004, the super-heavy element has yet to be verified by the governing body of chemistry and physics. The new evidence is published in journal Physical Review Letters. “This was a very successful experiment and is one of the most … Continue reading
Click for larger view The Periodic Table of Middle-Earth was put together by Emil Johansson — a devoted Tolkien fan and an aspiring chemical engineer. Which this awesome chart makes blazingly obvious. As you can see, Johansson has replaced the standard chemical elements with characters from Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit. Each character is organized according to race (including Gothmog, who belongs to no known race) and is given a unique symbol and number. Johansson has even added … Continue reading
For those of you wondering about the composition of Batmantium, the Batman character first appeared in Detective Comics #27 May 1939.
The classic periodic table of elements is useful for understanding the relationships between the elements, but it doesn’t tell us much about the chemical makeup of Earth. This periodic table, created by Professor William F. Sheehan of the University of Santa Clara and published in 1976, offers a somewhat different perspective on the elements, enlarging or shrinking each square based on the element’s relative abundance on the Earth’s surface. Via This periodic table shows each element’s relative abundance on Earth.