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There is much merchandise related to the Periodic Table. And even more merchandise was developed in 2019 during the International Year of the Periodic Table of Chemical Elements.


ACS Merchandise
The American Chemical Society (ACS) has Periodic Table merchandise available in various forms, such as calendars, socks, posters, mouse Pads, clocks, scarves, ties and more.

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Book: “The atom hunter” by Alexandre Marciel edited by Az’art Atelier Editions
“The Atom Hunter” is a a thorough job based the methodical and flively, fruitful exchanges of the French political author, Alexandre Marciel, with more than 500 laboratories and French and foreign companies, from which he was able to collect almost 3.000 materials and strategic minerals. Echoing each element of Mendeleev’s Periodic Table of Chemical Elements, all current and future applications (still in the laboratory) are shown and developed (quoted from companies and laboratories) in some 700 illustrations and 300 pages in all major fields of activity: energy, digital, health, aeronautics, space, military … with strategic and geopolitical perspectives around the mining industry, recycling, substitution … A real encyclopedia on the elements and their applications allowing to read as well to see.

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Elemental Haiku
Coinciding with IYPT2019 is the release of Elemental Haiku, a wonderful homage to the periodic table of elements written by award-winning poet and writer Mary Soon Lee.

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Antimony, Gold, and Jupiter’s Wolf: How the elements were named by Peter Wothers
2019 marks the 150th anniversary of the Periodic Table and it’s now in its most satisfyingly elegant form. This is because all the ‘gaps’ corresponding to missing elements in the seventh row, or period, have recently been filled and the elements named. But where do these names come from? Peter Wothers explores the fascinating and often surprising stories behind how the chemical elements received their names. Delving back in time to explore the history and gradual development of chemistry, he sifts through medieval manuscripts for clues to the stories surrounding the discovery of the elements, showing how they were first encountered or created, and how they were used in everyday lives.

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“Anyone who enjoys the practice of science will be enriched by what they will read here.” – Peter Atkins

Curie’s publications
In 1898, Marie and Pierre Curie discovered two new radioactive chemical elements, polonium (Po) and radium (Ra), the discoveries of which completed the periodic table. Radium, immediately popular, became emblematic of the Belle Epoque and the Roaring Twenties. This notebook was conceived of as an illustrated serial novel divided into episodes. It proposes to outline the chronology of the discovery of radium, in the company of protagonists Marie and Pierre Curie and numerous other characters. It also explores the various spin-offs, whether scientific and medical, commercial and industrial, or artistic and cultural, of that discovery.

Publications of the Musée Curie about the life of Marie and Pierre Curie

Topsun Enterprises
Topsun enterprises is an OEM in Delhi. We have made new product which is activity based Modern Periodic Table for institutions. We want to introduce our product to all over world with UNESCO. Please check reference images of product.

Cultura Cyt
In Argentina, a team of disseminators and scientists from the Bariloche Atomic Center (CAB), attached to the National Atomic Energy Commission (CNEA), created an innovative version in Spanish. Mainly oriented to awaken the interest of students and teachers of the teaching levels, it is also intended for the eyes of the curious in general.

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Smore’s Periodic Table
The classic Periodic Table of Elements just had a makeover. Smore magazine has created an illustrated version to show the elements and their most common occurrence. Visit our shop site to download a high-resolution poster for free.

Københavns Universitets Almanak, Skriv- og -rejsekalender
(University of Copenhagen almanac and calender)
At an age of 530 years, this is the oldest publication in Denmark. It is printed in ca. 10000 copies. The article entitled ‘The periodic table’ features 10 pages.

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