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Periodic table chart

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Convenient and useful, this Periodic Table Chart shows the elements, their symbols and element numbers. Hang this bright, easy-to-read chart as a reference for students during science lessons. Great for grades 4-9 or ages 9-15, as well as high school. Chart measures 17" x 22" Back of chart includes the four recently added elements. Just in time for 2019, the International Year of the Periodic Table and the 150th anniversary of the Periodic Table's discovery.

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This colorfully illustrated and up-to-date version of the periodic table of the elements provides a great introduction to the building blocks of matter. The chart displays all 118 known elements, including the four recently added elements: nihonium, moscovium, tennessine, and oganesson. The table is color-coded into 10 common element families to aid students in recognizing elements with similar characteristics. The chart includes basic facts about each element: atomic number, element symbol…

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Explore the periodic chart with your students in a whole new and educational way! This magnetized set of cards provides in-depth information on each of the first 20 elements, as well as Hydride (H-), 14 additional elements (4 H, 3 O, 2 CL, 1F, 2 Na, 2 K), 3Mg Isotopes, and Au & Pb. These cards are sure to help your students gain a better grasp on atomic theory and many of the deeper concepts that the period chart is used for. These selections of magnetic element cards are designed to…

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Convenient and useful, this Periodic Table Chart shows the elements, their symbols and element numbers. Hang this bright, easy-to-read chart as a reference for students during science lessons. Great for grades 4-9 or ages 9-15, as well as high school. Chart measures 17" x 22" Back of chart includes the four recently added elements. Just in time for 2019, the International Year of the Periodic Table and the 150th anniversary of the Periodic Table's discovery.

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