Pi and the Periodic Table

22 May, 2012 - 15:12
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http://elements.wlonk.com/Elements_Pics_11x8.5.pdf

I use ptable.com and this one ^ is awesome. has nice extra stuff on it!

well im gonna start memorizing ( ihavent yet)

22 May, 2012 - 23:30
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Thanks Rookus, that is indeed an awesome periodic table! And I just had to look up the link between Manganese and mechanical diggers, so I learned something as well! I have already memorised the basic periodic table and this will be great for adding another layer of detail.

Gavino

24 July, 2013 - 15:03
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I've finished memorizing the Periodic Table just yesterday
It was real pleasure :D

12 July, 2014 - 03:01
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Hello Mnemonist,

What techniques did you used for the peridic table?

12 July, 2014 - 14:52
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Well, basically just an image of the name of the Element attached to the image that I already have for the number of the same element.
Example:
Element: Po ( in my native language it sounds smth like polar, idk whether that is the case in English :? )
No: 84
Image for 84 is a Horse made of Fire :D
So, I see a Polar Bear fighting with the Fire Horse.

16 July, 2014 - 02:12
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Thank you for your answer Mnemonist. May I ask you if you also added the atomic mass of the elements?

17 July, 2014 - 06:39
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No. But the thing is that I am in a process of perfecting the system for the Periodic Table of Elements. Don't know exactly how to do it know, but I am going to try out some theories.

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