The latest element in our International Year of the Periodic Table series is phosphorus – essential for life, found in several forms, and the element that helps safety matches light when you strike them.
The thirteenth element in our International year of the Periodic Table series is aluminium. The most abundant metal in Earth’s crust, aluminium finds use in drinks cans, aluminium foil, and aeroplane construction.
Here’s element 10 in our International Year of the Periodic Table element series: Neon. Best known for its use in neon lights, neon also finds use as a refrigerant. Its unreactive nature means it has no known stable compounds with other elements.
Here’s element number five in the series of element graphics I’m producing with the Royal Society of Chemistry for the International Year of the Periodic Table.
As today is National Periodic Table Day, it seems like a good time for another addition to the IYPT Elements collection, produced with the Royal Society of Chemistry. Today’s element is helium, which most of us know for its usage in balloons – but it has plenty of other interesting uses too, as this graphic […]
Today, the International Year of the Periodic Table was officially launched in Paris. As part of the year’s celebrations, I’m very excited to announce a project with the Royal Society of Chemistry to create a graphic for all 118 elements in the periodic table!