Recent Examples of periodic table from the Web
Nowadays, consumers vape, eat and smoke cannabis, which is much stronger and comes in so many strains that someone mimicked the periodic table to keep track of them all.
There was little to distinguish the room as a biology classroom — just a poster of the periodic table and a pile of dusty textbooks.
Carli began burying further into her studies, teaching herself about string theory and memorizing every element on the periodic table.
Some scientists have taken to creating periodic tables just to keep track of all of them.
Given that titanium features an atomic number of 22 and platinum’s is 78, there seem to be a number of opportunities to plunder the periodic table.
That would be to evolutionary biologists what the periodic table is to chemists.
On Mendez's exoplanet periodic table, there are also cool facts in the margins.
Advanced technologies have increased the demand for and production of mineral commodities for nearly all elements in the periodic table, the report said.
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PERIODIC TABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of periodic table for English Language Learners
chemistry : a list that shows the chemical elements arranged according to their properties
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