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Periodic Table of Elements (Educational) Chart Poster Print - 61x91 cm - just £1.66 delivered at Amazon
Periodic Table of Elements (Educational) Chart Poster Print - 61x91 cm -  just £1.66 delivered at Amazon

Periodic Table of Elements (Educational) Chart Poster Print - 61x91 cm - just £1.66 delivered at Amazon

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This educational poster is really useful for kids at school

* Brand New Officially Licensed Educational Maxi Poster
* 86x61cm Maxi Poster
* Periodic Table of Elements
* Making Learning Fun!
* Dispatched In A Sturdy Cardboard Tube To Ensure Safe Delivery

Featuring the chemical elements atomic number, chemical symbol, chemical name and mass number, this poster tells you all you need to know about the elements of life and what they are used for. A brilliant addition to you home or the classroom.

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Hotter than splitting a Uranium 235 atom.

My daughters going to be so excited opening this for xmas, until she actually opens it!

Not £1.66 any longer.....now £3.80

looks like tis £3.80 now - unless you go buy from Market Place

Boom, glad I got in there quick.

Save your money (at least for the time being).

The Periodic Table in its current form is now obsolete following the addition of the transfermium elements with atomic numbers 114 (flerovium) and 116 (moscovium).

And there's more...

Still in the queue to have their discovery formally acknowledged are elements with atomic numbers 113, 115 and 118.

So don't feel too bad if you missed this deal at its opening price - your kids will be better informed when they get to chemistry class in years to come

Damn. I feel robbed.

Does it include the element of surprise?

Bought this last week for £4.88!

...and Shambles, if you can get any chemistry to happen with the transferium elements before they spontaneously combust, you're a better chemist than me!

Fabula

...and Shambles, if you can get any chemistry to happen with the … ...and Shambles, if you can get any chemistry to happen with the transferium elements before they spontaneously combust, you're a better chemist than me!



Thank you

(PS, it's transfermium :p)
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