The Extraordinary Elements: The Periodic Table Personified

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Want to help your kids learn the periodic table? Check out The Extraordinary Elements: The Periodic Table Personified and learn clever ways to remember chemistry 101. With the help of Alice Cooper, Freddie Mercury, Kurt Cobain and a whole host of weird and wonderful characters both real and imagined, The Extraordinary Elements: The Periodic Table Personified presents the periodic table as you’ve never seen it before. More details
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Full Product Description

Gripping facts and easy-to-access information accompany stunning infographics and personified elements, as well as all the chemistry basics you need.

Specifications

age group

11+ years

format

Hardback: 136 pages

Product code

490573

product dimensions

20.5 x 21 x 1.5cm

publisher

Templar Publishing

Suitable for

Children

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T he Extraordinary Elements

Fun reference for science geeks

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