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A Beginner's Guide to the Periodic Table

By: Contributor(s): Publisher: London; A. & C. Black; 2014Description: 64 Pages; PaperbackISBN:
  • 9781472908858
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 546.8
Summary: A Beginners Guide to the Periodic Table is a mind-blowing guide to the elements that make up the periodic table, fully explaining their starring role in the world and clears away any confusion or apprehension that might surround the elements. By linking each of the elements to a story, wacky science analogy or fascinating fact, Gill creates a unique first reference to the periodic table. From smelly sulphur and exploding hydrogen to why Stevie Wonder is blind and everything in between, Gill seamlessly explains the mind-boggling 92 elements which will make you look at the periodic table in a whole new light! Packed full of eye-catching illustrations and fantastic explanatory diagrams, prepare to be amazed by the most wacky and informative first introductory to the periodic table ever!
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Item type Current library Call number Status Date due Barcode Item holds
Book Child Karachi Children's Nonfiction 546.8 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Checked out 21/02/2023 PKLC022622
Book Child Karachi Children's Nonfiction 546.8 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available PKLC020290
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A Beginners Guide to the Periodic Table is a mind-blowing guide to the elements that make up the periodic table, fully explaining their starring role in the world and clears away any confusion or apprehension that might surround the elements. By linking each of the elements to a story, wacky science analogy or fascinating fact, Gill creates a unique first reference to the periodic table. From smelly sulphur and exploding hydrogen to why Stevie Wonder is blind and everything in between, Gill seamlessly explains the mind-boggling 92 elements which will make you look at the periodic table in a whole new light! Packed full of eye-catching illustrations and fantastic explanatory diagrams, prepare to be amazed by the most wacky and informative first introductory to the periodic table ever!

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