Periodic Table of the Elements Placemat


 Key Selling Points:

• 11” inches x 17” inches

• Atomic Number & Atomic Mass
• Chemical Symbol & Oxidation States
 Double-sided Color Placemat
 Easy to Clean, Durable and Reusable
 BPA and PVC free, made of PET safe

 Check the Details:

All Atomic Weights and Atomic Mass Evaluation data has been validated by the latest technical report from the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) and the Commission on Isotopic Abundances and Atomic Weights (CIAAW) with the most up to date Atomic Weights of the Elements.

Download the 2013 IUPAC Technical Report

 The period table of the elements is a chart of the building blocks of the universe. Elements are organized by their atomic number and separated according to properties of metals and non-metals. Metals are categorized as: actinoids, alkali, alkaline, lanthanoids, metalloids, transition metals and post transition metals. Non-metals are categorized as either noble gases or non-metals. The periodic table visualizes trends between elements. 

  • the Elements having similar features are grouped together
  • the Atomic Radius increases from top to bottom and decreases from left to right
  • the Electronegativity increases left to right across the rows and decreases top to bottom down a column

The periodic table of elements placemat will help a young student predict the properties of elements depending on their location in the table place setting.

 What's the Back Story:

Imagine the periodic table is a chessboard. You are a knight, standing on Arsenic (As), what are the elements on which you could land?

There are 8 possible elements: Carbon (C), Oxygen (O), Chlorine (Cl), Iodine (I), Polonium (Po), Lead (Pb), Indium (In) and Aluminum (Al).

Memorizing the table helps a scientist immediately identify the chemical properties of any of the elements based on their location. 

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