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Melting silver for a real life periodic table
posted May 8 2011 19:27.27 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Dr. Max Whitby, also known as the element collector, makes real life periodic tables. This job is something like a chemistry art. In this video, he melts half a kilogram of silver and casts a solid cylinder of this precious metal. Watch the procedure.



[Link: Periodic Table Videos]
Tags: chemistry   cast   artistic   science   how is made   
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