An Illustrated Periodic Table Showing How Chemical Elements Interact With Our Everyday Lives
Awesome variation of the Periodic table from Keith Enevoldsen! Via laughingsquid.
Retired Boeing software engineer Keith Enevoldsen created the color-coded “Periodic Tables of Elements, in Pictures and Words” for both kids and adults to help us all understand the chemical elements in a fun way with drawings of how they interact with our normal everyday lives.
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