By David Pescovitz at 7:30 am Wed, Nov 4, 2009
Do they expand the bench to make room for more trans-uranic elements? It stops at 103.
No, the trans-uranic elements go on the periodic toilet of elements.
Those elements go on the trans-uranic BBQ.
It’s a nice table, but I couldn’t see myself using it every day. It’s more of a periodic table.
//There’s a MST3K reference for everything.
I think I would feel odd sitting on Plutonium. It didn’t work out so well last time I tried it.
better to have it on the bench than on the table where someone might accidentally put a salad bowl on it.
#elements ~ # keys, so would make a nice keyboard mod for a touch typing chemist.
A little higher and it would make one lovely backyard bar.
of course, you would have to drink from beakers
That is a nice periodic bench.
A periodic bench seems like what you would use to sit at an occasional table.
They should put lights under the radioactive elements so they glow.
Yes- that’s definitely the periodic table from Wake Forest! It’s right outside of the chemistry building (appropriately).
Oooh! A bench made of lanthanides! Or are they the actinides? I can’t remember….
The problem is, all elements have radioactive isotopes:)
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