Tin periodic table

Happy Periodic Table Day! Can you find the H2M logo in this Periodic Table? Fun Fact: Gold, Silver, Copper, Iron, Lead, Tin, Mercury, Sulfur and Carbon were the earliest known elements!

Happy Periodic Table Day! Can you find the H2M logo in this Periodic Table? Fun Fact: Gold, Silver, Copper, Iron, Lead, Tin, Mercury, Sulfur and Carbon were the earliest known elements!

<b>Proof that everything is easier to learn when presented via Pokemon-style.</b> Artist <a href="http://kcd-elements.tumblr.com/" target="_blank">Kacie D.</a> lovingly anthropomorphized every single element, which deserves to be converted into a children's book.

<b>Proof that everything is easier to learn when presented via Pokemon-style.</b> Artist <a href="http://kcd-elements.tumblr.com/" target="_blank">Kacie D.</a> lovingly anthropomorphized every single element, which deserves to be converted into a children's book.

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Are you a fan of the Big Bang Theory? Then you must love this Periodic Table Shower Curtain! Awesome Christmas gift idea.

Are you a fan of the Big Bang Theory? Then you must love this Periodic Table Shower Curtain! Awesome Christmas gift idea.

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Finding the Elements of the Periodic Table in your home--GREAT idea to bring into the CC classroom!

Finding the Elements of the Periodic Table in your home--GREAT idea to bring into the CC classroom!

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Tin Tin, in Periodic Table form

Tin Tin, in Periodic Table form

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Development of the periodic table -  Although elements such as gold, silver, tin, copper, lead and mercury have been known since earliest times, the first scientific discovery of an element occurred in 1649. Hennig Brand, a German alchemist, treated urine to a series of processes that resulted in the production of the element phosphorus.

Development of the periodic table - Although elements such as gold, silver, tin, copper, lead and mercury have been known since earliest times, the first scientific discovery of an element occurred in 1649. Hennig Brand, a German alchemist, treated urine to a series of processes that resulted in the production of the element phosphorus.

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