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A very strange periodic table
posted September 20 2011 21:10.25 by Giorgos Lazaridis





Professor Martyn Poliakoff came across a very strange periodic table at a university in Rio, Brazil. Its lay-out is unusual and it contains several elements with surprising symbols, including Vi for Francium. Watch the following video:






Here is a hi-res photo:



Find this photo in its original size here.

[Link: Periodic Videos]
Tags: chemistry   science   crazy photo/video   crazy designs   theory/tutorial   history   unsolved mystery   
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