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Periodic table elements collection cabinet

by seanmichaelragan, published

Periodic table elements collection cabinet by seanmichaelragan Jan 24, 2010

Description

Like a spice rack, really, but in the shape of the periodic table so you can use it to store and display your chemical elements collection.

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The plutonium is a bugger to get. Eventually got a couple of kilos of it on eBay. Anyone know how to cut it down?

well, my platinum one is missing too! :P

you could do some electrolysis to get some gasses

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Instructions

Basic slot-together-and-glue construction. There's a tutorial at Make: Online:

blog.makezine.com/archive/2010/01/make_projects_-_periodic_table_elem.html

The file named spdf-blocks-three-quarter-inch-deep.dxf includes additional pieces to build a separate 2x14 cell f-block cabinet for the lanthanides and actinides.

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PhillyDee on Aug 8, 2011 said:

The plutonium is a bugger to get. Eventually got a couple of kilos of it on eBay. Anyone know how to cut it down?

Anonymous on Feb 3, 2010 said:

what about gases, radioactive elements and alkali metals, that stuff isn't cheap

hintss on Dec 7, 2010 said:

you could do some electrolysis to get some gasses

Anonymous on Jan 25, 2010 said:

How come the gold sample keeps disappearing? :)

hintss on Dec 7, 2010 said:

well, my platinum one is missing too! :P

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