The Periodic Table Book: A Visual Encyclopedia of the Elements | DK Series
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Children can go on a visual visit through the 118 compound components of the intermittent table, from argon to zinc, in this one great volume stuffed with mind boggling pictures and entrancing realities.
Inventoried by type, every component's properties and nuclear structure is clarified. In excess of 1,000 full-shading photos feature the common types of every component, just as a wide scope of surprising ordinary articles in which it is found, to make them pertinent to a youngster's reality. How does a cruiser use nitrogen? Which component can retain unsafe synthetic compounds in water? Which well known milestone is made of copper? From hydrogen to sodium to nickel, children will learn fun realities and be flabbergasted.
Supporting STEM schooling activities and planned in DK's unmistakable visual style, The Elements Book rejuvenates the intermittent table.
Ideal for home learning, this eye-popping encyclopedia takes you on a tour of all the world's elements. From argon to zinc, each and every one of the 118 chemical elements are explored in dazzling detail. You'll be in your element as you discover the incredible variety of building blocks that make up our Universe and learn the remarkable ways we now use them. In this perfect home-study guide, more than 1,000 photographs showcase the natural forms of each element and the range of everyday and unusual objects where they can be seen. This helps children understand exactly where the different elements have found their place in the world. The true science behind the elements is explained in properties, atomic structure, and table position. This essential book turns the tables on traditional reference and presents the periodic table as never before to appeal to school children today. Included is a giant, glossy pull-out poster to dazzle on bedroom walls.