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Non-Chemistry Periodic Tables. The PT is often used as an organizing metaphor in various areas of human endeavor:

2013     7 Elemental Chemical Synthesis
2009     Acrylic on Canvas Periodic Table
2000     Adobe Illustrator Shortcuts in Periodic Table Stylie
2000     Adult Periodic Table
1933     After Crookes: The Periodic Law
2012     Airline Customer Review Periodic Table
2013     Alcohol, Periodic Table of
2010     Arsenal Periodic Table
2015     Art of The Elements
2005     Artist's Periodic Table
2007     Awesoments, Periodic Table of
2010     Baseball Hall of Famers Periodic Table
2015     Batman Periodic Table
2017     BBC | Every Element of Wonder Periodic Table
2014     Beatles, Periodic Table of
2006     Beer Styles, Periodic Table of
2009     Beer Styles, Periodic Table of
2007     Beeriodic Table
2008     Black Hole Orbits, Periodic Table of
2004     Blues Periodic Table
2010     Brand Evolution Term
2010     Business Periodic Table
2010     Caffine Beverages Periodic Table
2008     Callan's Periodic Table of Investment Returns
2007     Canadian Periodic Table
2009     Canadian Periodic Table of The Elements
2003     Candy, Periodic Table of
1997     Car Advert Periodic Table
2010     Cars, Periodic Table of
2008     Cartoon Characters, Periodic Table of
2005     Cereal Typologies Periodic Table
1999     CHC Gf-Gc Periodic Table of Cognitive Elements
2014     Childhood, Periodic Table of
2012     Chocolate Periodic Table
2009     Chuck Norris Destroyed the Periodic Table
2010     Chucknorium Periodic Table
2010     City Planning Periodic Table
2013     Classic Rock Periodic Chart
2010     Coiled Coils Periodic Table
2014     College Scholarships, Periodic Table of
2010     Colorments Periodic Table
2007     Comic Book Characters, Periodic Table of
2004     Condiments That Go Bad Periodic Table
2012     Connectivism, Periodic Table of
2006     Console Controllers Periodic Table
1980     Contemporary Elements Periodic Table
2016     Cricket, Heavy Rock, Wine, Cocktails, Football, Hip Hop: Periodic Table "of" Books
2005     Criminal Elements Periodic Table
2009     Cupcakes, Periodic Table of
2007     Dallas Periodic Table
2010     David Bradley's Periodic Table of Science Bloggers
2004     De Long's Wine Grape Varietal Table
2007     Death Metal Periodic Table
2004     Dessert Periodic Table
2001     Desserts, Periodic Table of
2010     Diana Comet Presents: 75 Years of Fabulous Writers. A Periodic Table, 1933-2008
2014     Do Not Disturb
2009     Does the Periodic Table Of LED's Schematic Work?
2016     Education Technology, Periodic Table of
2009     Element Girls Pretty Up the Periodic Table
2013     Element of Confusion T-Shirt
2012     Elemental Foundation of All Rap Songs
2010     Elemental Table of the Period
2005     Elements
1967     Elements of The Standard Model
2010     Elements of Videogames, Illustrated
1959     Elements Song by Tom Lehrer
2010     Empire Strikes Back, Periodic Table of
2008     European Nations As Periodic Table
2010     Fake Science Periodic Table
2013     Fictional Elements Periodic Table
2013     Flag of Nation of Discoverer Periodic Table
2003     Font Periodic Table
2012     Football Club Periodic Tables by On A Six Pence
2016     Football, Periodic Table of (Book)
2012     Four of Diamonds: A Pirate Story
2007     Freaky Trigger Periodic Table
2005     Fundamental Particles
2010     Funk, Periodic Table of
2016     Genetic Codon Periodic Table
2013     Google Panda: Periodic Table of SEO
2007     Gyroscopic Periodic Table
2001     Haiku Periodic Table
2016     Harrington Periodic Tables
2013     He(isenberg) T-Shirt
2011     Heavy Metals (Bands) Periodic Table
2013     Higgs Boson and Fundamental Particle/Force Periodic Tables
2010     Hipsters Periodic Table
2006     Homeopathic Periodic Table
2009     Hong Kong, Periodic Table of
2010     HTML 5 Elements, Periodic Table of
2014     HTML 5 Periodic Table
2013     HTML Periodic Table of the Elements
2011     Human Element
2010     Imaginary Elements Periodic Table
2007     Internet Periodic Table
2009     Investment Returns Periodic Table
2011     Irrational Nonsense Periodic Table
2009     Keys Periodic Table
2010     Knickers
2011     Knitted Periodic Table
2005     Languages, Periodic Table of
2014     Learning Methods, Periodic Table of
2006     Lego: Periodic Table
2015     London Underground Station Periodic Table
2013     London, Periodic Table of
2006     Look Around You Periodic Table
2010     Mad Men Periodic Table
2010     Manchester United Periodic Table
1979     Mann's Spiral Periodic Table
2002     Mathematicians, Periodic Table of
2010     Meat, Periodic Table of
2009     Meet the Elements
2009     Metaphor Periodic Table
2012     Middle Class, Periodic Table of
2012     Minecraft, Periodic Table of
2011     Modern Toss Periodic Table 'Swearing Jacket'
2005     Money, Periodic Table of
2013     Muppets, Periodic Tables of
2014     Musical Notation, Periodic Table of
1999     Nations, Periodic Table of
2005     Nerdiness Periodic Table
2011     Nicholas Armstrong's Periodic Table of University Courses
1991     Non-Scientist's Periodic Table
2012     Ocado Groceries for Every Table
2014     Olympic Lifts, Periodic Table of
2009     Oregon Periodic Table
2010     Pepsi Max with Genseng Periodic Table (Advert)
2010     Periodic Arch of The Elements
2007     Periodic Table Rock outtake three
1998     Perl Operators
2002     Personality Elements
2014     Phobias, Fears & Unspeakable Horrors, Periodic Table of
2003     Poetic Table of The Elements
2009     Political Interference in Science, Periodic Table of
2014     Press Release Story Elements
2004     Printmaking Periodic Table
2011     Produce Periodic Table
2010     Professional Cycling Periodic Table
2015     Protein Complexes, Periodic Table of
2007     Pumpkin Periodic Table
2007     Rap Periodic Table by NOVA
1999     Rejected Elements Periodic Table
2010     Revised Periodic Table
1987     Roadside Jesus Periodic Table of Rockin'
2007     Rock, Periodic Table of
2010     Russian Periodic Table of Alcoholic Beverages
2008     School Periodic Table Projects
2009     Science Fiction, Periodic Table of
2007     Scoville Unit Periodic Table
2011     Search Engine Optimization, Periodic Table Of
2010     Sentiments Periodic Table
2013     Shapes Periodic Table
1998     Silicon Graphics Workstation/Client
1998     Simpsons Periodic Table
2009     Smellelements, Periodic Table of
2008     Snelson Atom
2009     Soap Periodic Table
2009     Social Media Periodic Table
2016     Songs, Periodic Table of
2010     Sports Cars, Periodic Table of
2012     Standard Table of Influence
1999     Star Trek Periodic Tables
2009     Steve Jensen's In-Finite Form
2011     Storytelling Periodic Table
2014     Stuff Stoners Like Periodic Table
2010     Super-Hero Periodic Table
1996     Suzanne Caporael's Periodic Table of the Elements
2009     Swearing, Periodic Table of
2015     Sweetners: a Periodic Table
2009     Tabla Periódica de las Condfituras: Preserves, Marmalades & Jellies
2014     Table Lab
2010     Teachinghearts Periodic Table
2011     Tetris: How They REALLY Made The Periodic Table
2011     Text Message Periodic Table
2006     The Periodic Table Mysteries
2012     Tour de France – 'le tour des Merveilles'
2013     Twitter Handle Periodic Table
2009     Typefaces, Periodic Table of
2011     U.S. Presidents Periodic Table
2011     Uptime Elements
2011     Urban Biscuit Myths, Periodic Table of
2009     Video Game Character Periodic Table
2006     Vienna Chicago Style Hot Dog Condiment Periodic Table
2003     Visualization Methods Periodic Table
2008     Vulgarity, Periodic Table of
2004     Wine Periodic Table
2013     Wine, Periodic Table of
2010     Wisdom Periodic Table
2011     World's First Interactive Swearing Periodic Table


2013

7 Elemental Chemical Synthesis

The Mystics Guide to Elemental Chemistry, by bzylman at deviantart:

[A] poster is designed to geek out the chemist and the mystic alike. It is a variation on the periodic table of chemical elements that have been rearranged into a circular structure based upon their proton count and chemical family, augmented with the concept of the 7 mystic elements of earth, air, fire, water, metal, wood and void. It was very interesting to work upon once I hit the correct organization of elements that they lined up almost perfectly.

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2009

Acrylic on Canvas Painting by Princess Rashid

A series of acrylic on canvas abstract periodic table paintings by Princess Rashid:

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2000

Adobe Illustrator Shortcuts in Periodic Table Stylie

Adobe Illustrator Shortcuts in Periodic Table Stylie:

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2000

Adult Periodic Table

An adult PT of sex (available from Amazon):

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1933

After Crookes: The Periodic Law

The Crookes PT of 1898, here, has been adapted with the addition of two elements 'Adyarium' and 'Occultium' between hydrogen and helium, as presented to Theosophical Society (see bottom right hand corner).

Looking into this, we found the following:

INTRODUCTION TO THE THIRD EDITION By C. JINARAJADASA

This work contains a record of clairvoyant investigations into the structure of matter. The observations were carried out at intervals over a period of nearly forty years, the first in August 1895 and the last in October 1933. The two investigators, Annie Besant (1847­1933) and C. W. Leadbeater (1847­1934) were trained clairvoyants and well equipped to check and supplement each other's work.

Method of Investigation: The method is unique and difficult to explain. Many have heard of the word "clairvoyance" (clear-seeing), connoting the cognition of sights and sounds not perceived by ordinary people. In India the term Yoga is sometimes related to faculties that are beyond ordinary cognition. It is stated in Indian Yoga that one who has trained himself "can make himself infinitesimally small at will". This does not mean that he undergoes a diminution in bodily size, but only that, relatively, his conception of himself can be so minimized that objects which normally are small appear to him as large. The two investigators had been trained by their Eastern Gurus or Teachers to exercise this unique faculty of Yoga, so that when they observed a chemical atom it appeared to their vision as highly magnified.:

after Crookes

Thanks to Roy Alexander for the tip!

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2012

Airline Customer Review Periodic Table

A Periodic Table ranking Airlines by eDreams Customer reviews. Find your favorite way to fly:

Thanks to Eric Scerri for the tip!
See the website EricScerri.com and Eric's Twitter Feed.

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2013

Alcohol, Periodic Table of

From visual.ly, a Periodic Table of Alcohol. Click here for full size:

<Eight-Group Periodic Table>

<Eight-Group Periodic Table>

<Eight-Group Periodic Table>

Thanks to Eric Scerri for the tip!
See the website EricScerri.com and Eric's Twitter Feed.

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2010

Arsenal Periodic Table

From ebay, "118 of Arsenal's greatest players and managers in a periodic table, along with the years they played for the club. Specifically designed so the top 24 Arsenal players are listed seperately in the box below the main table, this is a fantastic poster that would grace the wall of any Arsenal fan":

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2015

Art of The Elements

An Exhibition "Periodic Tales: The Art of the Elements", the Compton Verney Gallery, 3 October 2015 to 13 December 2015

"The iconic periodic table represents the ultimate expression of order, containing the volatile elements in rows and columns. This exhibition explores a selection of the elements drawn from the periodic table (neon, uranium, gold, silver, carbon, iron, copper, mercury, colbolt, aluminium, sulphur, bronze, tin, lead, calcium) and looks at how artists have used them and their cultural meanings in their art.

"Inside the exhibition you will experience the elements in unique and unexpected ways through historic and contemporary works by artists including Eduardo Paolozzi, Joseph Beuys, Joseph Wright of Derby, John Constable, Antony Gormley, Cornelia Parker, Marc Quinn, Lucy Skaer, Danny Lane, Bill Woodrow, Maria Lalic, Fiona Banner, Thomas Heatherwick, David Nash, Ken + Julia Yonetani and Roger Hiorns.

There are also two new commissions. A stunning neon work by Tim Etchells and a thoughtful carbon sculpture by Annie Cattrell."

The show is reviewed in New Scientist.



Thanks to Marcus Lynch for the tip!

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2005

Artist's Periodic Table

“Periodic Table” found object assemblage and construction. Dimensions variable, by David Redfern:

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2007

Awesoments

"In the 300 B.C., years before the birth of black Jesus, Aristole postulated that all good things were made of 'win'. That was a pretty good guess, but he was drunk and probably also having an orgy. Modern day awesominers know there are actually 118 fundamental 'awesoments' that compose all good things. The Periodic Table of Awesoments can be a very useful tool. It's designed to show the relationships between awesoments, and often one can even predict how awesoments interact simply by their positions on the table.":

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2010

Baseball Hall of Famers

From Wired: When it comes to central repositories of awesomeness, science has its Periodic Table of Elements. Baseball has its Hall of Fame. And now, an unlikely marriage between the two has been fashioned.

Larry Granillo, who runs the über-awesome Wezen Ball, took it upon himself to essentially mash up the Periodic Table (which currently boasts 118 known elements) with those who've been formally voted into baseball's most elite circle (109 members, to date). With a little categorizing and a whole lot of inventiveness, Granillo came up with the definitive classification system of baseball legends.

Click to embiggen:

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2015

Batman Periodic Table

No idea where this one originated from, but is all over the Internet and is available as a T-shirt here & here:

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2017

BBC | Every Element of Wonder Periodic Table

Y&R London team up with FLINK, represented by Independent / Indy8, to craft an ad for BBC's Every Element of Wonder campaign, highlighting its learning running across TV, radio and social media platforms.:

Periodic Table of Education Technology

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2014

Beatles, Periodic Table of

A periodic table of the Beatles, from dotmund:

Beatles PT

 

Thanks to Eric Scerri for the tip!
See the website EricScerri.com and Eric's Twitter Feed.

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2006

Beer Styles

A periodic table of Beer Styles from Mantis Design:

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2009

Beer Styles

Periodic Table of Beer Styles:

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2007

Beeriodic Table

From Mark Winter's WebElements, a Beeriodic Table:

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2008

Periodic Table for Black Hole Orbits

"We define a taxonomy of orbits that hinges on a correspondence between periodic orbits and rational numbers. The taxonomy defines the entire dynamics, including aperiodic motion, since every orbit is in or near the periodic set." Janna Levin, Gabe Perez-Giz (and New Scientist):

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2004

Blues Periodic Table

A Periodic Table of The Blues by Instruments For Research and Industry:

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2010

Brand Evolution Terms

By Kolbrener, a Periodic Table of Brand Evolution Terms:

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2010

Business Periodic Table

The Periodic Table of Business™ shows 384 base or generic Performance Markers. These are arranged and placed on the Periodic Table strategically, by business function and layer in the business, or hierarchy:

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2010

Caffine Beverages

A Periodic Table of Caffine Beverages:

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2008

Callan's Periodic Table of Investment Returns

"The first Callan Periodic Table of Investment Returns was published (and copyrighted) by Callan Associates, Inc. in 1999. The Table is updated each year and can be found (free of charge) on Callan's website. As the proud father of Callan's Periodic Table of Investment Returns, and the coiner of the name, I am happy to see it adopted by many in the investment industry, all we ask is for acknowledgment."

Jay Kloepfer

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2007

Canadian Periodic Table

This Canadian PT has lots of subtle Canadian references (apparently) from here.

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2009

Canadian Periodic Table of The Elements

From Uncyclopedia: Contrary to popular belief, Canadian science organizations and the Canadian education systems are quite sophisticated programs. These programs rely on up to date information, and a wide plethora of information. Most notably, the Canadian Periodic Table of the Elements.

Established 3 days after the discovery of Canada by Humans, and consisting of only 3 elements (Me, Wa, Ro) it provided the foundation for today's table which sports 18 different Elements, with more being added every decade or so:

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2003

Candy

A periodic table of Candy, "An invaluable scientific tool brought to you by drchinese" :

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1997

Car Advert

And a car advert...

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2010

Cars, Periodic Table of

A Periodic Table of Cars from the CARnivorousness blog:

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2008

Cartoon Characters

A Flickr page showing a periodic table of cartoon characters with clickable links:

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2005

Cereal Typologies

A chart on cereal typologies published in 2wice:

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1999

CHC Gf-Gc Periodic Table of Cognitive Elements

The Kevin McGrew CHC Gf-Gc Periodic Table of Cognitive Elements:

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2014

Childhood, Periodic Table of

Sold by Etsy, a Periodic Table of Childhood:

Childhood

Childhood

Thanks to Eric Scerri for the tip!
See the website EricScerri.com and Eric's Twitter Feed

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2012

Chocolate Periodic Table

Two way proof that the periodic table is made of chocolate, from Fo'Drizzle and Robeastro:

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2009

Chuck Norris Destroyed the Periodic Table

From the Crazy Dog T-shirts a Chuck Norris Periodic Table.

"Chuck Norris Destroyed the Periodic Table of Elements because he only recognizes the element of surprise.

Unfortunately, no longer available... but there are lots of other cool ones!

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2010

Chucknorium

Chucknorium, the most dangerous element in the whole universe, here:

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2010

City Planning Periodic Table

A Periodic Table of City Planning:

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2013

Classic Rock Periodic Chart

A Periodic Chart of Classic Rock by Van Dieman... look more closely:

Thanks to Eric Scerri for the tip!
See the website EricScerri.com and Eric's Twitter Feed.

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2010

Coiled Coils

CC+, a relational database of coiled-coil protein structures. This database has been developed to help probe understanding of the sequence-to-structure relationships:

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2014

College Scholarships, Periodic Table of

From the website:

"At ScholarshipExperts, we want to make your [American College] scholarship search easy and fun, while helping you find free money to pay for your college education. That's why we created the Periodic Table of College Scholarships – an interactive tool to help you explore thousands of scholarships available online and find opportunities that match your academic achievements, interests, and needs.

"Start experimenting with the table below by selecting an element to view a full list of scholarships available in a specific category. To see full scholarship details and application deadlines, click on the title of an individual award."

College Scholarships

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2010

Colorments

A Periodic Table of Colorments.

From Colourlovers "Here you can find all the elements on the periodic table represented by a mere 5 colors. Some have the inspiration image posted while others were purely plucked from the depths of my scientific being. Hours of research went into all of these so, enjoy!":

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2007

Comic Book Characters

A research project by the Department of Chemistry, University of Kentucky.

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2004

Condiments

A periodic table of condiment lifetimes:

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2012

Connectivism, Periodic Table of

Gretal Patch writes in her blog, Edtech Learning Log:

"My EdTech543 assignment this week certainly stretched my creativity, but since I'm a wanna-be chemist at heart, I had to try it. The assignment was to non-linguistically represent the dense concepts of connectivism, personal learning networks, and communities of practice. Here is my attempt":

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2006

Console Controllers

A periodic table of console (game) controllers, here. Click here for a larger version.

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1980

Contemporary Elements

A 1980 periodic table (with updated 'modern revisions') by Joseph Di Gregorio that claims to show the "Contemporary Elements".

Click here to see the full size version:

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2016

Cricket, Heavy Rock, Wine, Cocktails, Football, Hip Hop: Periodic Table "of" Books

The periodic table is a widely used metaphor for arranging about 100 items:

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2005 Criminal Elements

A periodic table of criminal elements:

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2009

Cupcakes

A periodic table of Cupcakes from Woman's Day magazine:

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2007

Dallas

"Periodic Table of Dallas to be unveiled: Not that we're bragging or anything, but a mural masterminded by local artist Frank Campagna that shows a periodic table of important elements of Dallas was just unveiled on the side of The Door":

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2010

David Bradley's Periodic Table of Science Bloggers

David Bradley, of ScienceBase, has constructed a Periodic Table of Science Bloggers:

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2004

De Long's Wine Grape Varietal Table

here

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2007

Periodic Table of Death Metal

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2004

Dessert Periodic Table

A Scientific and Rigorous approach to patisserie -- in Full Color by Andrew Plotkin (2003)

You've seen those charts that say, like, "Periodic Table of the Vegetables" or "Periodic Table of the Sausages"? They annoy me because they are not periodic. They have no vertical or horizontal correspondences. The actual periodic table of chemical elements has structure -- that's why it's cool. Thus, my contribution to the field: 

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2001

Desserts

Desserts:

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2010

Diana Comet Presents: 75 Years of Fabulous Writers. A Periodic Table, 1933-2008

Sandra McDonald has produced a Diana Comet Presents: 75 Years of Fabulous (women) Writers, A Periodic Table, 1933-2008 here:

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2014

Do Not Disturb

From a hotel in Boston:

Do Not Disturb

Thanks to Eric Scerri for the tip!
See the website EricScerri.com and Eric's Twitter Feed.

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2009

Does the Periodic Table Of LED's Schematic Work?

I'm not going to elaborate on my project, I don't want anyone to steal it. Basically, its a LED Array in the shape of the periodic table. The small black circles are 4 way connections of all wires, if they intersect with no circle, they do not connect.:

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2016

Education Technology, Periodic Table of

From Daily Genius, a Periodic Table of Education Technology:

Periodic Table of Education Technology

Thanks to Eric Scerri for the tip!
See the website EricScerri.com and Eric's Twitter Feed

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2009

Element Girls Pretty Up the Periodic Table

The original idea for "The Periodic Table: Learning Basic Chemistry through Moe" came to Miyuki Mitsuda, a chemistry teacher at Tokyo's Musashi Institute of Technology, where "moe" is a Japanese term that describes the feminization of inanimate objects:

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2013

Element of Confusion T-Shirt

From Bad Idea T-Shirts:

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2012

Elemental Foundation of All Rap Songs

From the blog, The Internet Sucks Today, a mini-PT arrangement which shows "the elemental foundation of all rap songs":

 

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2010

Elemental Table of the Period

Called "Elemental Table of the Period", this is a mixed media on panel artwork by Faith Cavendish on the HoldUp website.

Look closely, and many of the elements symbols have been moved, duplicated or invented:

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2005

Painting of The Elements

From Gabrielle David's website, here, a painting called Elements, inspired by Melinda Green's Periodic Fractal formulation of 1995:

  • The tiniest ball in the center is hydrogen, the next helium, lithium, etc.
  • Colors indicate the chemical group.

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1967

Elements of The Standard Model

The first step towards the Standard Model of particle physics was Glashow's 1960 discovery of a way to combine the electromagnetic and weak interactions. In 1967, Weinberg & Salam incorporated the Higgs mechanism, giving the standard model its modern form of: quarks leptons and bosons.

These diagrams are the periodic tables of elementry particle physics:

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2010

Elements of Videogames, Illustrated

From the Lizzy wanders blog, here:

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1959

Elements Song by Tom Lehrer

Elements Song by Tom Lehrer, a version of the video showing the position of each element on the periodic table:

And, an even better one Theo Grey's periodic table:

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2010

Empire Strikes Back, Periodic Table of

From Blastr, with art design by Chris Kalba, comes a Periodic Table of The Empire Strikes Back:

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2008

European Nations As Periodic Table

The Periodic Table of European Nations:

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2010

Fake Science Periodic Table

Fake Science provides bonkers theories about our world, including the 'fact' that the periodic table is based on the popular board game Scrabble:

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2013

Fictional Elements Periodic Table

This interactive graphic, from fictionalmaterials.com, contains fictional materials from games, animated shows, comic books, movies, books, television and more.

  • Chemical X (symbol: CX) in The Powerpuff Girls
  • Diamondillium (symbol: Diu) from Futurama
  • Psitanium (symbol: Ps) in Psychonauts
  • Nitrium (symbol Ni) in Star Trek
  • Kryptonite (symbol: Kr)
  • Element 152 (symbol: E52) from the DC Comics universe

If you hover over an element in the source infographic, it displays the origin and properties of the fictional element:

Fictional Elements

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2013

Flag of Nation of Discoverer Periodic Table

A periodic table showing the national flag of the discoverer:

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2003

Font

A dingbat font by Scott Stowell and Chip Wass:

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2012

Football Club Periodic Tables by On A Six Pence

By onasixpence.com, offer a series of visuals of some British Premier League football clubs:

 

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2016

Football, Periodic Table of (Book)

A book called: The Periodic Table of Football by Nick Holt, available on Amazon. Click here for a larger version of the periodic table.

 

 

Thanks to Eric Scerri for the tip!
See the website EricScerri.com and Eric's Twitter Feed

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2012

Four of Diamonds: A Pirate Story

From the Creative Output blog, "Jim was a respectable middle-aged man who suddenly became a pirate. He didn’t just start downloading art in ways contrary to the artists’ wishes. He actually became a pirate. One minute he was looking at cat pictures on the internet at work, the next he was standing on an enemy ship, with a cutlass in one hand and a hook on the other...":

Thanks to Eric Scerri for the tip!
See the website EricScerri.com and Eric's Twitter Feed.

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2007

Freaky Trigger Periodic Table

The Freaky Trigger Periodic Table. "What the FreakyTrigger periodic table is not: science – not even in the loosest limbed definition that FT uses (ie thought experiments and puns). It is not a way of ordering the world, the makers of the dessert periodic table put up last week would be quite disappointed by the general lack of periodicity. Whilst there may be some serendipity in the periodic placement of some of the “elements”, this is more by accident than by design. Indeed the design merely fits that of the periodic table because that was the idea in the first place. And as the methodology shows, any over-arching idea to create a consistent cosmology out of this project was soon scuppered by the organic scourge of many bright ideas. Alcohol.":

  • FT Periodic Table: Element 1: LOVE
  • FT Periodic Table: Element 2: SPACEWAR
  • FT Periodic Table: Element 3: ROBOTS
  • FT Periodic Table: Element 4: POP

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2005

Fundamental Particles

A periodic table of Fundamental Particles. Click on the image to go to the website and access a 7000 x 5000 sized image:

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2010

Funk, Periodic Table of

The Periodic Table of Funk:

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2016

Genetic Codon Periodic Table

Heinrich Ferreira, splicejunction.blogspot.com, has created a 'periodic table' for the 20 amino acids, organized by generic code and hydrophobic value.

"I realized that when one orders the codons in the genetic code by Hamming distance of base changes between the 64 different codons for the 20 amino acids, that the amino acids with similar hydrophobic/polar nature automatically cluster together.

"This shows how the genetic code is optimized to minimize the production of incorrectly folded proteins.

"Thus, in the case of a single base change which results in a different amino acid being used, the chances are that incorrect amino acid will have the same or similar hydrophobic qualities are actually quite high due to the codons appearing next to each other on the Genetic Code periodic table.

"This representation, like the periodic table, is a torus where the adjacent codons wrap around from bottom to top and left to right."

Genetic Code Periodic Table

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2013

Google Panda: Periodic Table of SEO

Panda is a is a 2011 change to Google's search results ranking algorithm aimed to lower the rank of 'low-quality sites' or 'thin sites' and return higher-quality sites near the top of the search results.

The PT below, from spotaleopard.com, is a graphic to help web developers make their sites 'Panda friendly':

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2007

Gyroscopic Periodic Table

From the Garuda Biodynamics web site: "The Gyroscopic Periodic Table has been a natural progression developed from a study of Soil Science, Dr Steiner's Agriculture and Medical Courses, Astronomy and Astrology."


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2001

Haiku Periodic Table

The excellent Periodic Table of Haiku has re-emerged from the 'Way Back" web-archive website.

 

A second 2009/10 Periodic Table of Haiku, from the University of Minnesota is available here.

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2016

Harrington Periodic Tables

So we start this effort tabula rasa (without preconceived ideas).

1) All atoms have a default "common denominator" structure at 270 mass units, irrespective of the element under discussion. Therefore, no elements seen as wisps and glints past this point are of consequence. Ergo, the bizarre stability of Dubnium 270.

2) This common structure is divided up by the exact same divisors as are the electron orbitals - i.e. the prime numbers of 2, 3, 5, and 7.

3) Pi as a divisor produces its own, unique and dominating organizational patterns.

4) Each of these sets of plotted nuclide "boxes" use identical formats, but are arranged in vertical columns based on the set of 270 AMUs being divided by these prime numbers. So the 5D Table is 270/5 or 54 AMUs per vertical column/"tower".

5) Each system reinforces unique elemental parameters. The system based on 3/Pi, and its second "harmonic" at 6/2Pi reflects physical properties. The 2Pi configuration almost exactly emulates the "conventional" / Mendeleevian element-based table, except the periods are based upon mass not element count, and these periods do not organize in rows of 18 elements, but rather rows of 44 mass units. The organization/configuration of this default structure is: Pi(Pi^2 + Pi + 1) = 44 This is the primary physical default structure of the periodic table and spectrum of elements, as projected in 3D space, and as perceptible to humans.

6) 5D determines everything with magnetic properties. This disproves every single theory that attributes electron shell behavior as determining magnetic parameters. Clearly here we see that the nucleus is "calling the shots", with electron orbitals conforming as driven. The various red and blue shaded boxes are found at extremes of top and bottom.

7) The system of 7D determines most of all physical parameters of surface and molecular behavior. Here we see surface tension, density, softness and hardness, malleability, boiling and melting points and a few other behaviors. This system of correlation is fully unknown to conventional theory. Notice how superlative parameters bunch at the top and bottom of this configuration.

8) When this system of 270 mass units is divided by 12, for 22 mass units per period, the periodic cycle rate precisely correlates with known Type 1 and 2 elemental superconductors. The physical correlations between periodic repetition at 22 mass units, the 270 count system, and superconductors is also completely novel and not compatible to conventional BCS theory. The correlation between this 22 count system and the three largest cross section nuclides known to man (113Cd, 157Gd and 135Xe) is also completely heretical, however mathematically symmetrical and perfect it may actually be organized.

9) The center portion of this common 270 count structure is named the "Cordillera", for the habit of multiple parallel mountain ridges sharing a common alignment. This area is profoundly affected by Pi-based organizations. The very center at 135Xe indicates that the overall table should terminate at element 108 Hassium at 270 mass units. This has a Proton/Neutron ratio of 3:2. This actual nuclide has very poor stability, unlike Dubnium 105 with 270 mass counts. This nuclide has a ratio of precisely 1:Pi/2, indicating the entire table describes a spectrum of mass organizational states spanning the integer ratio of 1:1 (Deuterium) to 3:2, then on through to 1:Pi/2. Current accepted atomic theories concerning "Islands of Stability" are ridiculous.

WAH

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KAS Periodic Table

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2013

He(isenberg) T-Shirt

From Bad Idea T-Shirts:

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2011

Heavy Metals (Bands) Periodic Table

From Pop Chart Lab a Periodic Table of Heavy Metals:

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2013

Higgs Boson and Fundamental Particle/Force Periodic Tables

The Higgs boson sits at the heart of the Standard Model of particle physics, and so is at the centre of periodic table type representations of quarks, leptons and forces.

Three representations by the UCR Today, a video interview with Particle Fever editor Walter Murch: "The Higgs boson is kind of a MacGuffin" and from im9.eu:

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2010

Hipsters Periodic Table

Periodic Table of Hipsters:

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2006

Homeopathic

A Homeopathic Periodic Table by Jan Scholten.

From his book Geheime Lanthanide (Secret Lanthanides) 2006. The basic idea is that successive elements in each series ( = row) are like the stages in a heroic story like the labours of Hercules or the voyages of Odysseus, each one appropriate to meet a different challenge.

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2009

Hong Kong

A periodic table of Hong Kong by BigWhiteGuy :

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2010

HTML 5 Elements, Periodic Table of

This table, from the Josh Duck blog, shows the 104 elements currently in the HTML5 working draft and two proposed elements (marked with an asterisk).

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2014

HTML 5 Periodic Table

Josh Duck's 2010 HTML 5 Periodic Table has been removed from the web (still avialable here), but it has been replaced by an updated HTML5 Periodic Table, by Robert Manning:

HTML5 HTML 5

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2013

HTML Periodic Table of the Elements

Periodic Table of HTML Elements, by Josh Duck, has an inspector that allows you to see which elements are being used on any website you enter:

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2011

Human Element

By Camelot Cottons: This is an amazing collection putting Human Emotion as the focus and using the Periodic Table as the platform for this concept. You can use this colorful collection to make a gift for the academic in your life.

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2010

Imaginary Elements

An image of a Periodic Table Imaginary Elements by Russell Walks:

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2007

Internet Periodic Table

A periodic table of the Internet. Click on the link or image to go to the website, from where you and access the web sites & services listed:

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2009

Investment Returns

A periodic table investment returns from the Retirement Income Journal.

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2011

Irrational Nonsense Periodic Table

The Periodic Table of Irrational Nonsense:

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2009

Keys

A periodic table of Keys from Flickr:

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2010

Knickers

What more can we say... except the Etsy link no longer works!

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2011

Knitted Periodic Table

From the Facebook group, Knit The Periodic Table.

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2005

Languages

A periodic table of languages, here:

and for sale here:

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2014

Learning Methods, Periodic Table of

Nano Ninjas CLASS - FLL Project by Nano Ninjas.

CLASS = Crowdsourced Learning Academic Scholastic System with additional Spin wheel and periodic table of learning methods.

CLASS is a great tool to help students be more comfortable with how they learn in a classroom. Our Periodic Table Of Learning Methods helps people to identify their learning style and corresponding learning methods. Additionally the Spin Wheel we have created displays these learning styles and methods in a easy to understand format. Together our solution improves the learning experience for students in a classroom environment.

Click here for fulll version... be sure to zoom in.

Learning Methods

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2006

Lego: Periodic Table

A Lego Periodic Table:

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2015

London Underground Station Periodic Table

By Christopher J Woods, a Periodic Table of London Underground Stations. Click here to see the larger image:

Quantum Fold Periodic Table

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2013

London, Periodic Table of

Like the Tube Map, the Periodic Table is an endlessly fascinating thing. Over the years, the format has been adapted to all kinds of schemes. A few years ago, we tried to make sense of London in this way, by arranging important facets of the capital into rows and columns. It's been a while, so we've now updated it, with a few changed entries and a general tidy up. Can you work out the identity of each London 'element'? Can you spot hidden patterns and trends? Can you suggest improvements?

Thanks to Eric Scerri for the tip!
See the website EricScerri.com and Eric's Twitter Feed.

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2006

Look Around You Periodic Table

A spoof periodic table form the BBC comedy science program, Look Around You:

 

You will need to click here to see the full size graphic and spot the jokes, for example :

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2010

Mad Men Periodic Table

From Flavorwire, a Mad Men periodic table.

Click here to see the full size version. Graphic by Emily Miethner:

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2010

Manchester United Periodic Table

The Manchester United Periodic Table T-Shirt: The history of Manchester United, arranged in the style of chemistry's periodic table of the elements. From Charlie Roberts to Wayne Rooney via everyone from Harry Gregg to Ralph Milne and Dennis Violett to Denis Irwin.

Showing Man United's greatest, best loved and most infamous players in each position as well as the two greatest managers in the history of the club: Sir Matt Busby and Sir Alex Ferguson.

Also featuring two of the most famous teams in history in their entirety: the team that perished at Munich and the one which won the treble in 1999..

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1979

Mann's Spiral Periodic Table

From AT Mann:

"I designed a spiral periodic table which was published first in my book The Divine Plot: Astrology, Reincarnation, Cosmology and History (George Allen & Unwin, London, 1986) which attempts to correlate the PT with astrological understanding of the inherent properties of the signs and planets":

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2002

Mathematicians

Periodic Table of Mathematicians. Click the elements to see info on famous number crunchers:

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2010

Meat Periodic Table

From the Pleated-Jeans blog:

"Scientists have long referred to meat as 'the building blocks of delicious meals'. In an effort to catalog the world’s most popular (and unpopular) types of meat into an informative and easy-to-reference tabular form, I give you the The Periodic Table of Meat":

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2009

Meet the Elements

"Meet the Elements", is a song & video from They Might be Giants, on bOING bOING:

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2009

Metaphor Periodic Table

A Periodic Table of Metaphors by Christoph Niemann, image in Gallery 6:

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2012

Middle Class, Periodic Table of

From the Middle Class Handbook, The Periodic Table of Middle Class (An illustrated guide to what the British middle classes say, do & buy):

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2012

Minecraft, Periodic Table of

A Periodic Table of Minecraft materials by egeres:

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2011

Modern Toss Periodic Table 'Swearing Jacket'

By Modern Toss:

"Many activites have had clothing designed specifically for their practice: hunting, smoking, submissive sexual role play, but never before has the popular activity of swearing been graced with it's own garment.

"Now it has. Now at last if you feel like you have a bout of heavy swearing coming on, you can slip into this superb, bespoke 'Swearing Jacket' and let the cloth itself inspire you to really ramp it up to a new level. Featuring precision-selected abuse based on the chemical elements of the Periodic Table, the Modern Toss 'Swearing Jacket' designed by Gresham Blake":

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2005

Money

A periodic table of money, here:

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2013

Muppets, Periodic Tables of

By Mike Baboon Design, a Periodic Table of The Muppets:

Muppets, Periodic Tables of

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2014

Musical Notation, Periodic Table of

From the Tone Deaf Store, a Periodic Table of Musical Notation:

Musical Notation

Musical Notation

Musical Notation

Thanks to Eric Scerri for the tip!
See the website EricScerri.com and Eric's Twitter Feed

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1999

Nations, Periodic Table of

A Periodic Table of Nations by Tony Goodman. Click here to enlarge.

Periodic Table of Nations

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2005

Nerdiness

A chart in GQ, by Fred Woodward, on nerdiness:

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2011

Nicholas Armstrong's Periodic Table of University Courses

Nicholas Armstrong is a graduate of Computer Engineering at the University of Waterloo, currently pursuing a Master's degree in and at the same. On his blog there is a periodic table showing the courses he took at university. Click here for a large version:

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1991

Non-Scientist's Periodic Table

By John T Hortenstine Jr. of the R.W. Johnson Pharmaceutical Research Institute, The Non-Scientists Concept of the Periodic Table of the Elements, for example "Zirconium, in Fake Diamonds", etc.

Click here for the big version.

Non Scientist PT

Non Scientist PT

Thanks to Eric Scerri for the tip!
See the website EricScerri.com and Eric's Twitter Feed.

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2012

Ocado Groceries for Every Table

From a possible advertising campaign, the Ocado Groceries for Every Table:

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2014

Olympic Lifts, Periodic Table of

By wiseguyremotetraining.com and posted on Pinterest, a Periodic Table of Olympic Lifts:

Olympic Lifts

Thanks to Eric Scerri for the tip!
See the website EricScerri.com and Eric's Twitter Feed

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2009

Oregon Periodic Table

Oregon Periodic Table, here:

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2010

Max with Genseng Periodic Table (Advert)

A Wake Up! Pepsi Max with Ginseng soft drink periodic table advertisment, from this sequence:

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2010

Periodic Arch of The Elements

Cynthia K. Whitney of Galilean Electrodynamics writes: "In his paper Explaining the periodic table, and the role of chemical triad, Eric Scerri mentioned the existence of at least four different candidate places for Hydrogen: Group 1 (alkali metals - Lithium, etc.), Group 17 (halogens - Fluorine, etc.), Group 14 (Carbon, etc.), or off the Periodic Table entirely, because it is so odd! The four-fold multiplicity (and maybe more) of candidate places for Hydrogen triggered in me the following thought: the excessive multiplicity of candidate places may have to do with the rectangular nature of the Periodic Tables under consideration there." Read more in this pdf file.

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2007

Periodic Table Rock outtake three

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1998

Perl Operators

A periodic table of Pearl Operators: "Being a comprehensive and complete enumeration of the Operatic Elements of the Perl 6 Language, assembled and drawn with dedication and diligence by M. Lentczner as a service to both the Community and the Republic."

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2002

Personality Elements

By Frans Maan, a Periodic Table of Personality Elements. Click here for the full size pdf.

As Frans says in his email "Scaffolding integrating trait psychology, developmental psychology, homeopathy etc.":

Personality

Personality

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2014

Phobias, Fears & Unspeakable Horrors, Periodic Table of

From ShirtWOOT, a Periodic Table of Phobias, Fears, and Unspeakable Horrors that uses the actual elemental symbols rather well:

Phobia

Unspeakable Horror

Thanks to Eric Scerri for the tip!
See the website EricScerri.com and Eric's Twitter Feed

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2003

Poetic Table of The Elements

here

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2009

Political Interference in Science, Periodic Table of

In recent years, scientists who work for and advise the federal government have seen their work manipulated, suppressed, distorted, while agencies have systematically limited public and policy maker access to critical scientific information.

To document this abuse, the Union of Concerned Scientists has created the A to Z Guide to Political Interference in Science:

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2014

Press Release Story Elements

From HustonPR:

If your presentation dosen't contain one or more of these story elements, the story does not exist:

press release story elements

Thanks to Marcus Lynch for the tip!

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2004

Printmaking

The periodic table Printmaking Project:

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2011

Produce Periodic Table

Periodic Table of Produce:

 

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2010

Professional Cycling Periodic Table

The Cyclocosm blog made a nice Periodic Table of Professional Cycling wall poster.

All cycling events of 2010 are on this calendar organized by location, prestige and format. It’s a little bit late in the season, but I think they will make one for 2011:

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2015

Protein Complexes, Periodic Table of

The Periodic Table of Protein Complexes, developed by researchers in the UK and published in the in the journal Science (Dec 11, 2015), offers a new way of looking at the enormous variety of structures that proteins can build in nature. More importantly, it suggests which ones might be discovered next and how entirely novel structures could be engineered. Created by an interdisciplinary team led by researchers at the Wellcome Genome Campus and the University of Cambridge, the Table provides a valuable tool for research into evolution and protein engineering.

Read more on Kurzweil and Wild Types (ASBMB Today).

Protein Complexes

Protein Complexes

Thanks to Bob Bruner for the tip!

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2007

Pumpkins

Clarkson University student chapter of the American Chemical Society, along with the physics club and the theater club hosted the carving of the first “periodic table of pumpkins” as a kick-off to National Chemistry Week, from here:

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2007

The Periodic Table Rap (written and performed by NOVA)

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1999

Rejected Elements

The periodic table of rejected elements by Michael Gerber and Jonathan Schwarz, here:

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2010

Revised Periodic Table

From Spelling Mistakes Cost Lives Dot Com, a heavily Revised Periodic Table:

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1987

Roadside Jesus Periodic Table of Rockin'

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2007

Periodic Table of Rock

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2010

Russian Periodic Table of Alcoholic Beverages

A Russian Periodic Table of alcoholic beverages. I don't speak Russian but my guess is that V = vodka:

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2008

School Projects

Jane Bush, a teacher at Frontier Trail Junior High School.

"Each year when we study periodic tables I ask my students to create their own periodic tables of ordinary objects. My rubric and directions are below. Also feel free to enjoy projects from past years."

here

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2009

Science Fiction, Periodic Table of

A BlogSpot collection of Science Fiction stories:

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2007

Scoville Unit Periodic Table

Welcome to The Scoville Food Institute, the home of Scoville Foods Hot Sauce.

Here at The Scoville Food Institute, our main focus is making REALLY GREAT hot sauce. All day long, we study the chemistry of hot peppers and try to come up with new, flavorful hot sauces. We'll add a dab of this and a smidgen of that, all the while staying away from additives, preservatives, MSG, and other nasty/non-essential ingredients. 

Large Version

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2011

Search Engine Optimization, Periodic Table Of

SEO — search engine optimization — is one of the most important marketing activities available to companies and publishers, but it’s too often considered some murky dark art or a sinful practice that should be avoided. It’s not.

To help clear away some of the mystery and fear for those new to SEO, and provide a “reset” for those who are experienced, we’ve created The Periodic Table Of SEO Ranking Factors:

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2010

Sentiments

A periodic table of sentiment cards by pinklovesbrown:

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2013

Shapes Periodic Table

By ScienceIsGolden.com comes the Periodic Table of Shapes. The site is worth clicking around, as there is a lot of good PT stuff to find:

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1998

Silicon Graphics Workstation/Client

Silicon Graphics Workstation/Client periodic table:

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1998

The Simpsons Periodic Table

A Periodic Table from the Simpsons... look closely and it is not quite as expected...

Lisa Gets an "A" Season Ten (1998-1999) - 23 Episodes [204-226] Episode 210 Original Airdate on FOX: 22-Nov-1998

Skinner:       We can buy =real= periodic tables instead of these promotional ones from Oscar Meyer.

Krabappel:    Who can tell me the atomic weight of bolognium?

Martin:         Ooh ... delicious?

Krabappel:    Correct. I would also accept snacktacular.

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2009

Periodic Table of Smellelements

Nataliedee.com has a Periodic Table of Smellelements:

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2008

Snelson Atom

"Kenneth Snelson's Portrait of an Atom is a multi-media artwork that [attempts to] describe the atom's electronic architecture. If you happen to have a rapid prototype printer this STL file can be downloaded free for creating a desktop model at any preferred size of the Snelson atom."

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2009

Soap Periodic Table

A periodic made from soap:

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2009

Social Media Periodic Table

A Periodic Table of Social Media Elements. The original post can be found here, the full size flickr image here, but there is a blog that explains the meanings of all the two letter designations here:

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2016

Songs, Periodic Table of

By Theo J. Mertzimekis, a periodic table of songs/pieces related to the elements that can be played using Spotify. Click here or on the PT image below to go to the 'active' page:

songs - pieces

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2010

Sports Cars, Periodic Table of

A periodic table of Sports Cars from Car and Driver:

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2012

Standard Table of Influence

From Playmaker Systems comes the first Periodic Table of Influence: "For communicators, social media experts, marketers, sales people, politicos, developers and information warfighters. The first complete taxonomy of the 24 most basic stratagems in business, government and society.

"At the front line of The Playmaker Standard Decision System is the first taxonomy of the most basic stratagems observed in communication, social media, marketing, sales, politics and the military. Inspired by the periodic table of chemical elements, The Standard Table of Influence identifies, organizes the irreducibly unique strategies of influence — what we call plays.

"How is it organized? Each of the 24 named plays is assigned to one of three overarching classes (shown along The Table’s top row as Assess, Condition and Engage) and then to one of the seven underlying subclasses (shown in The Table’s second row as Test, Divert, Frame, Freeze, Press, Preempt and Provoke":

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1999

Star Trek Periodic Tables

Three Star Trek inspired Periodic Tables:

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2009

Steve Jensen's "In-Finite Form"

"I'm a figurative sculptor, living in Minneapolis MN. A few years ago, while looking at a two dimensional version of the periodic table, I too wondered if it would be possible to create a Periodic Table without any visual breaks in its numerical sequence. Although I had never seen anything other than the rectangular flat table, I thought I might be able to solve this spatial continuity problem three dimensionally. I also wanted to limit myself to using a 3-D "line" that had no sudden changes in direction. After coming up with what I thought was a new and unique sculptural resolution, I put the project aside. Only recently (after re-building my paper model out of a translucent material) did I do some research on the web, and immediately recognized the strong likeness between my version and the Alexander Arrangement. Even more surprising was my models' visual similarity to Crookes' figure eight design from some 111 years ago.

"Although there are obviously many inventive and well thought out responses to this design challenge, I believe that my solution is a unique one, and an improvement over some of the previous three dimensional forms. The "line" of my model allows for contiguous numerical placement of all the symbols (while maintaining group continuity along its vertical axis), even as the shape of its plan view makes visual reference to the well-known symbol for infinity. What's more, in my version, the Lanthanide & Actinide series do not occupy a separate field but are fully integrated into the continuous linear flow. This piece, which I've entitled "In-Finite Form" speaks to the mystery of the endless flow of space, even as it folds back onto itself within the confines of a finite system."

Steve Jensen ©September 2009

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2011

Storytelling Periodic Table

From deviantART, a Periodic Table of Storytelling by ComputerSherpa.

"This was my final project for my Visual Design 1 class. During critique, a student suggested this could be made into a dart-board game, but Hollywood could never be allowed to play...":

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2014

Stuff Stoners Like Periodic Table

From the Stuff Stoners Like website:

Stuff Stoners Like

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2010

Super-Hero Periodic Table

From Comics Alliance.com: With 70 years of super-hero comics behind us, there have been a lot of super-powers on the printed page -- so many, in fact, that even the most dedicated comics reader can occasionally have a hard time keeping them straight.

That's why ComicsAlliance senior writer Chris Sims took it upon himself to finally get things organized with The Periodic Table of Super-Powers, an arranged listing of 84 common (and decidedly uncommon) characteristics of your favorite super-heroes!

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1996

Suzanne Caporael's Periodic Table of the Elements

Suzanne Caporael's, Periodic Table of the Elements: Series 1; The Five Kingdoms: Series 2 (Exhibit Catalog, Feb–Mar 1996), Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago, IL (1996). Each of the one hundred and twelve elements is a wrapped and painted book. Many are encyclopedia volumes. Each painted volume hides some knowledge. Oil on linen, muslin, 78 in x 192 in:

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2009

Swearing, Periodic Table of

A VERY RUDE Periodic Table of Swearing was available at Modern Toss as a (now sold out) limited edition of 100 prints. Click to zoom in, and read all the very naughty words:

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2015

Sweetners: a Periodic Table

A guide to sweeteners By Patterson Clark and Lazaro Gamio, Published: March 2, 2015

Too much sugar can be detrimental to health, rotting teeth, building fat, damaging blood vessels and stressing out the system that regulates blood sugar. Some people turn to artificial sweeteners, but those are under increasing suspicion of creating metabolic problems, such as diabetes and obesity.

Natural alternative sweeteners exist, but even they have pitfalls if consumed in excess.

This sweetners periodic table below, click to enbiggen, charts the wide variety of sweeteners available in the United States, either in bulk amounts or as additives in food.

Not listed are super-sweet-tasting, zero-calorie proteins from several African fruits (monellin, brazzein and thaumatin), which have not been approved for use by the FDA. Also not included: banned or poisonous sweeteners, such as lead acetate, which ancient Romans made by cooking sour wine in lead pots.

Sweetners

Thanks to Marcus Lynch for the tip!

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2009

Tabla Periódica de las Condfituras: Preserves, Marmalades & Jellies

From Museu de la Confitura comes Tabla Periódica de las Condfituras: Preserves, Marmalades & Jellies:

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2014

Table Lab

The Table Lab with several Periodic Tables:

Animal, Cat, Christmas, Crayon, Dinosaur, Dog, Farm, Mixology, Sushi Bar & USA... as well as Classic:

Table Lab

Thanks to Eric Scerri for the tip!
See the website EricScerri.com and Eric's Twitter Feed

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2010

Teachinghearts Periodic Table

From the Teachinghearts website:

"Science and religion intersect in the realm where the language is signs, symbols and miracles, because only miracles are universally useful as signs. However, each abides by the same set of physical rules and laws making religion or knowledge about God a legitimate science. Religion completes physical scientific knowledge because it further explains the moral rules that govern interpersonal relationships in the mental and spiritual realms. Religion is both very good and very bad at explaining the moral laws such as the ten commandments. However, in this article, we are not attempting to explain those laws, we are attempting to show that the physical laws that science relies on are not incompatible with God. He made them. So physical laws actually reside within the larger realm of spiritual laws..." and heaps more of this tosh...

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2011

Tetris: How They REALLY Made The Periodic Table

Did you know that the periodic table was constructed during a Tetris session?

We don't know where the first image came from, but a t-shirt is available:

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2011

Text Message Periodic Table

A Periodic Text Message Table:

And a Periodic Table of Texting:

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2006

The Periodic Table Mysteries

In this series, Dr. Gloria Lamerino, retired physicist back from California, moves into an apartment above a funeral home in Revere, Massachusetts. When she signs on to help the Police Department in science-related homicides, she doesn't realize she may have 109 cases ahead of her...

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2012

Tour de France – 'le tour des Merveilles'

By onasixpence.com, 'le tour des Merveilles' is a visual tribute to a wonderful sporting event, using the iconic periodic table as the framework.

Information is included on each year’s Tour de France winning rider. The race was first staged in 1903. The race was the idea of Géo Lefèvre, a journalist with L'Auto magazine. He first discussed the race with his editor at the Taverne Zimmer, a restaurant on the Boulevard de Monmartre. His editor, Henri Desgrange, famously responded, “If I understand you, petit Géo, you're proposing a Tour de France?":

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2013

Twitter Handle Periodic Table

From Stuart Cantrill of Chemical Connections:

So, you're a chemist and you've finally decided to find out what all the fuss is about with this thing called Twitter. You decide to sign up, but, for whatever reason, you don't fancy using your own name. Maybe an element; that would be cool wouldn't it?

You are a chemist after all. Maybe you work with Grubbs' catalyst a lot, and you like the idea of being @ruthenium. Or perhaps Stille/Suzuki/Heck couplings are your thing and so @palladium seems appropriate.

Not into metals? Well why not @fluorine, @helium or @bromine?

Well, I'm sorry to report that all of those are taken, but there are 114 named elements (we're ignoring those ununelementium placeholder names) to choose from. Surely some of the more exotic elements must be there for the taking?

Well, no. Gone. All of 'em.

Thought you'd sneak in and claim one of the two newest additions to the periodic table @flerovium or @livermorium? Sorry, you've been beaten.

Here is the periodic table of Twitter, with all the accounts linked:

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2009

Typefaces: Popular, Influential, Notorious

From behance.net

"The Periodic Table of Typefaces is obviously in the style of all the thousands of over-sized Periodic Table of Elements posters hanging in schools and homes around the world. This particular table lists 100 of the most popular, influential and notorious typefaces today.

As with traditional periodic tables, this table presents the subject matter grouped categorically. The Table of Typefaces groups by families and classes of typefaces: san-serif, serif, script, blackletter, glyphic, display, grotesque, realist, didone, garalde, geometric, humanist, slab-serif and mixed.

Each cell of the table lists the typeface and a one or two character "symbol" (made up by me simply based on logic), the designer, year designed and a ranking of 1 through 100.

Ranking was determined by statistically sorting and combining lists and opinions from the the sites listed below. The final overall ranking was achieved depending on how many lists the particular typeface was presented on and it's ranking on the lists (if the particular source list used a ranking system; some did not, in which case just the typeface's presence on the list boosted it's overall score.) After averaging the typefaces appearances and rankings a composite score was given and the list was sorted on a spreadsheet then finally given an overall score of 1 through 100 based on it's final resting position."

Read more here.

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2011

U.S. Presidents Periodic Table

A Periodic Table of U.S. Presidents:

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2011

Uptime Elements

From reliabilityweb.com a periodic table graphic showing Uptime Elements:

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2011

Urban Biscuit Myths, Periodic Table of

From crispian.net a Periodic Table of Urban Biscuit Myths:

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2009

Video Game Characters

A periodic table of Video Game Characters from IHC:

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2006

Vienna Chicago Style Hot Dog Condiments

A periodic table of Vienna Chicago Style Hot Dog Condiments:

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2003

Visualization Methods

Many visualisation methods and techniques used in science, business and technology, from pie charts to entity relationship diagrams. A large selection of these have been very neatly collected together using the periodic table as an organising metaphor. Recommended:

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2008

Vulgarity

A periodic table of vulgarity from The College Humor:

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2004

Wine

A Wasington State periodic table of wine types from Wines of Substance:

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2013

Wine, Periodic Table of

A Periodic Table of Wine by ComputerGear:

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2010

Wisdom Table

Periodic Table of the World’s Religions & Philosophical Traditions - by Dr. Thomas C. Daffern, Director, IIPSGP – www.educationaid.net www.lulu.com/iipsgp (Copyright 2009).

The Wisdom Pages are hosting a Periodic Table of the Worlds Religious and Philosophical Traditions or Wisdom Table for short. It can be viewed by following the website link below. If you click in any box on the table it takes you to a database behind giving more information. We are still currently adding to this database however it is nearly complete.:

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2011

World's First Interactive Swearing Periodic Table

From Modern Toss: "Come and witness the amazing Interactive Talking Periodic Table of Swearing at this years Latitude Festival, in the Modern Toss Activity Centre Tent. Cheers":

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