Science is awesome and Boeing software engineer Keith Enevoldsen wanted to make that more apparent to anyone whose eye glazed over in school the moment they saw the Periodic Table of Elements brought out.
Enevoldsen updated the illustrated the period table to include demonstrate how each element on the table affects our everyday lives. It’s The Periodic Tables of Elements, in Pictures and Words!
Enevoldsen made a high-res printable version of his periodic table available under the Creative Commons license, both with and without the written words or the pictures.,
The individual element cards, which come with easy instructions on how to print make great study tools or you can even order the tables as high-quality posters.
Enevoldsen also make sure to keep his illustrated periodic table updated.
“For instance, Enevoldsen added Nihonium, Moscovium, Tennessine, and Oganesson when they were officially named the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry in 2016.”
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