3D Interactive Periodic Table
This year is the 150th anniversary of the discovery of the periodic element system! Did you know that the periodic table was first published in 1869 by Russian chemist Dmitri Mendeleev? Our newest 3D Interactive Periodic Table is a special celebration edition with real elements on it!
A perfect back to school gift, students and teachers will be amazed at this acrylic-encased periodic table of elements! Learning Chemistry has never been so fun!
It has been carefully crafted and actual elements have been placed that embedded inside the acrylic casing to showcase the uniqueness and style of the piece.
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EXPLORE DIFFERENT ELEMENTS - You never knew how they’d look like with your bare eyes.
ENJOY THIS BEAUTIFUL MINI COLLECTION - Of actual elements in the universe.
A GREAT CONVERSATION PIECE - For science fans or any curious ones who’ll drop by your desk.
DISPLAY EASILY ON YOUR DESKTOP - On the shelves, or wherever you feel like it’s best placed in. It is a really fine desing piece, 2-in-1 educational & home decor piece!
Material/s: Acrylic, Resin, & Crystal
- 1 x 3D Interactive Periodic Table
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