Tuesday, April 28, 2020

"Why the Periodic Table Is Arranged the Way It is": Turn Chemistry 101 into game night


32-column periodic table-a
  
Useful Charts offers us “Why the Periodic Table Is Arranged the Way It Is” (and some Alternatives).


He talks about electron shells (up to 7) divided into sub-orbits, and then rows (horizontal), blocks (subshells, yellow) and groups (vertical).

What he gets looks like a game board, that could be expanded out to something like a Rubric cube almagam, almost.
  
It’s artistic.

If you click on the Chart artwork at the top you will see the Wikipedia attribution under CCSA and proper credit for the artwork. 

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