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PERIODIC TABLE DISPLAY WITH REAL ELEMENTS
PERIODIC TABLE DISPLAY WITH REAL ELEMENTS
PERIODIC TABLE DISPLAY WITH REAL ELEMENTS
PERIODIC TABLE DISPLAY WITH REAL ELEMENTS
PERIODIC TABLE DISPLAY WITH REAL ELEMENTS
PERIODIC TABLE DISPLAY WITH REAL ELEMENTS

PERIODIC TABLE DISPLAY WITH REAL ELEMENTS

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Be one of the handful people on earth to possess all stable elements of the UNIVERSE in your office or in your classroom

A RARE COLLECTIBLE

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✔️ The world’s first acrylic handheld collection of all the stable elements on the periodic table.
✔️ 83 elements embedded in crystal clear acrylic.
✔️ Some elements are more expensive than gold.
✔️ This is the perfect gift for the science or chemistry lover in your life.

Features:

  • Detailed periodic table featuring standard information
  • Table is encased in clear acrylic
  • Real mounted sample included for each element
  • Radioactive elements labeled appropriately (no samples for these)
  • Excellent gift for science teachers
  • Also known as Heritage Periodic Table Display of Element Collection
  • The Periodic Table of Elements Display
  • Material/s: Acrylic, Resin, & Crystal
  • Package Inclusion/s: Periodic Table Display

HERE'S WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING:

AN EXQUISITE DISPLAY

Great for display on desks and shelves. It is ideal for home, office or school class decoration. Perfect gift for students, teachers and professionals.

A PROFESSIONAL TOOL

Introducing the world's first and only Periodic Table with the actual elements in it! It is especially designed for students, teachers and also for professionals in various industries. It is ideal for teaching and inspiring.

About the Product:

  • The Periodic Table contains 83 of the stable elements. 
  • It is completely safe to handle.
  • Technetium and Promethium are excluded due to their rarity and radioactivity
  • Elements 84 (Polonium) through 118 (Oganesson) are also excluded as most elements past Uranium are either illegal to posses or extremely unstable
  • It measures approximately 4.5" x 6" x 1" (114mm x 152.4mm x 25.4mm)

Did you know that this year is the 150th anniversary since the discovery of the periodic element system by Dmitri Mendeleev? To celebrate this historic event, we are thrilled to bring the elements of the world to you!