The periodic table of countries of discovery of elements

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

"Scientist, engineer, science communicator, salsa teacher and part time comic" Jamie Gallagher illustrates Mendeleev's Periodic Table, with the country of discovery for each of the elements.

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2 comentarii:

coyotee said...

Maria Skłodowska - Curie, who discovered Radium (88) and Polonium (84) was polish... France - 15, Poland - 2

Anonymous said...

also 52. Tellurium (Te) was discovered by Austrian Franz-Joseph Müller in 1782 (when he worked as mining supervisor of the mines in Transylvania, the countrypart of Habsburg king ruled Hungarian Kingdom! at that time Romania (Kingdom of Romania) not even existed. at all!

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