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Dmitri Mendeleev's Periodic Table Display
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Origin

Dmitri Mendeleev

Type

Scientific Display

Effects

Each jar produces infinite number of the element in the jar. automatically update itself when a new element are added to the periodic table

Downsides

While there is no danger when using it. some elements are either radioactive or poisonous

Activation

Removing the lid of one of the jars

Collected by

LordHighSubtitute

Section

Scientia-732T

Aisle

329-8824

Shelf

29812-48142-399

Date of Collection

2.11.2013

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OriginEdit

Dmitri Mendeleev is a Russian Chemist who created the first version of the Periodic Table. When the artifact was made it only had few elements and the arangement were very different to the current periodic table we know today.

DescriptionEdit

The artifact consist of a wooden box which have round holes. the holes are aranged like a periodic table. each hole would contain a numbered jar, each jar contains an element according to the number. For example, jar number one would contain Hydrogen, While jar number two would contain Helium.

UsageEdit

When a jar is opened, the jar would continously produces the element the jar originally holds. The display would update itself automatically if a new element are added in to the periodic table.

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