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Periodic Table of the Elements

This is the Periodic table of the elements, something everyone has seen or heard of regardless of being in a Chemistry class before.

It has 195 total pieces. And the dimensions for it are 32 studs long x 48 studs wide X 3 plates thick/tall (10.079" X 15" x 0.38") as a rough estimate.

Each tile would have the atomic number and the atomic mass under the atomic symbol. The larger white tile would have a map of each tile. And the black tile would have a key for each section of the Periodic table (Hydrogen, Alkali Metals, Alkali Earth Metals, Transition Metals, Basic Metals, Semi Metals, Non-Metals, Halogens, Noble Gases, and the Lanthanide and Actinide Series).

The Periodic table could be for people to hang on walls, practice the elements and learn them. It makes a wonderful display for any science or chemistry fan and is a great learning tool.

I loved learning about Chemistry when I was in high school. And my parents loved teaching me science as I grew up. The first time I officially learned about the periodic table was in 9th grade. The teacher handed out Periodic Tables to the class, and it was in the clear pocket of my binder for the remaining rest of the year (color-coded and everything). And since I also grew up building and creating, I thought I would combine the two. And plus it's made up of our building blocks.

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