Periodic Table with Real Elements

🔬 Explore the Universe of Elements with Chinov's Acrylic Periodic Table Displays! 🔍

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Dive into the captivating world of chemistry with our stunning acrylic periodic table with real elements! At Chinov Display, we blend science with style to bring you an educational masterpiece that doubles as a chic décor piece. Our periodic table displays feature real elements beautifully embedded within the crystal-clear acrylic block, creating a mesmerizing 3D effect that’s sure to spark curiosity and conversation.

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🔹 Rectangular: Classic and sleek, perfect for any space.
🔹 Beveled Edges Rectangular: Adds a touch of elegance with subtle sophistication.
🔹 Rounded Corner Rectangular: Softens the edges for a modern twist.
🔹 Round Plate: A unique circular design that stands out effortlessly.

Educational Entertainment: Unveil the mysteries of the universe as you explore the 83 elements meticulously showcased in our displays. From hydrogen to bismuth, each element comes to life, offering a tactile and visual learning experience like no other. Whether you’re a seasoned scientist or an aspiring chemist, our displays make learning fun and engaging for all ages.

Acrylic Periodic Table Display with Real Elements

Perfect for:

👩‍🔬 Classrooms: Ignite students’ passion for science with a hands-on teaching tool.
🏠 Homes: Impress guests with a conversation starter that’s as informative as it is stylish.
🏢 Offices: Stimulate creativity and innovation in the workplace with a dash of scientific flair.

Retail and Wholesale: Whether you’re a science enthusiast looking to add a touch of chemistry to your home or a retailer seeking unique products to dazzle customers, we’ve got you covered! Our periodic table displays are available for both retail and wholesale, so you can share the wonder of science with everyone.

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🌟 Quality Assurance: Crafted with precision and care using high-quality materials.
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💡 Innovation: We’re always exploring new ways to blend education with design.

Join us on a voyage through the elements and transform your space into a celebration of science with Chinov’s Acrylic Periodic Table with Real Elements! Order yours today and let the magic of chemistry unfold before your eyes. 🔬✨

Acrylic Periodic Table Display with Real Elements


Representative elements, also known as main group elements, are those elements found in the s and p blocks of the periodic table. They are typically the elements in Groups 1, 2, and 13 through 18.

Here are some examples of representative elements:

  1. Group 1 (Alkali Metals): Elements such as lithium (Li), sodium (Na), and potassium (K) are highly reactive metals that are known for their ability to form alkaline solutions when they react with water.

  2. Group 2 (Alkaline Earth Metals): Elements including beryllium (Be), magnesium (Mg), and calcium (Ca) are also reactive metals, though less so than the alkali metals. They are commonly found in minerals and play essential roles in biological systems.

  3. Group 17 (Halogens): Elements such as fluorine (F), chlorine (Cl), bromine (Br), and iodine (I) are highly reactive nonmetals. They are known for their tendency to form salts when they react with metals and for their distinct colors and odors.

  4. Group 18 (Noble Gases): Elements like helium (He), neon (Ne), argon (Ar), krypton (Kr), and xenon (Xe) are inert gases that are characterized by their extremely low reactivity. They are often used in lighting, lasers, and cryogenics.

These representative elements exhibit diverse chemical properties and play crucial roles in various chemical reactions and natural processes.

The periodic table is a comprehensive tool used to organize and display all known chemical elements based on their atomic structure and properties. While the periodic table serves as a foundational reference for understanding the elements, it does not necessarily include all known elements, and there are several reasons for this.

  1. Physical Limitations: The periodic table typically consists of 118 elements, organized by atomic number, electron configuration, and chemical properties. However, practical constraints such as space limitations or the ability to physically incorporate certain elements into a display may prevent the inclusion of all 118 elements in a periodic table display.

  2. Radioactive Elements: Some elements are excluded from periodic table displays due to their radioactive nature, which poses health risks to human beings. Radioactive elements emit harmful radiation, making their handling and display challenging and potentially hazardous. For safety reasons, elements with significant radioactivity may be omitted from periodic table displays to protect individuals from exposure.

  3. Technological Challenges: Certain elements may present technological challenges for incorporation into periodic table displays due to their physical properties or chemical reactivity. Elements with extreme volatility, high melting points, or unusual physical forms may be difficult to include in a display format, leading to their exclusion.

Based on these factors, periodic table displays may not include all known elements. In the case of our periodic table display, we have chosen to feature 83 elements, omitting specific elements due to physical limitations and safety concerns associated with radioactivity. While our display provides a comprehensive representation of the periodic table, it is essential to recognize that there are additional elements beyond those included in our product.

If you have any further questions about the elements featured in our periodic table display or the reasons for their inclusion/exclusion, please feel free to contact us for more information.

Elements Included in the Display (83):

  1. Hydrogen (H)
  2. Helium (He)
  3. Lithium (Li)
  4. Beryllium (Be)
  5. Boron (B)
  6. Carbon (C)
  7. Nitrogen (N)
  8. Oxygen (O)
  9. Fluorine (F)
  10. Neon (Ne)
  11. Sodium (Na)
  12. Magnesium (Mg)
  13. Aluminum (Al)
  14. Silicon (Si)
  15. Phosphorus (P)
  16. Sulfur (S)
  17. Chlorine (Cl)
  18. Argon (Ar)
  19. Potassium (K)
  20. Calcium (Ca)
  21. Scandium (Sc)
  22. Titanium (Ti)
  23. Vanadium (V)
  24. Chromium (Cr)
  25. Manganese (Mn)
  26. Iron (Fe)
  27. Cobalt (Co)
  28. Nickel (Ni)
  29. Copper (Cu)
  30. Zinc (Zn)
  31. Gallium (Ga)
  32. Germanium (Ge)
  33. Arsenic (As)
  34. Selenium (Se)
  35. Bromine (Br)
  36. Krypton (Kr)
  37. Rubidium (Rb)
  38. Strontium (Sr)
  39. Yttrium (Y)
  40. Zirconium (Zr)
  41. Niobium (Nb)
  42. Molybdenum (Mo)
  43. Technetium (Tc) – Not included
  44. Ruthenium (Ru)
  45. Rhodium (Rh)
  46. Palladium (Pd)
  47. Silver (Ag)
  48. Cadmium (Cd)
  49. Indium (In)
  50. Tin (Sn)
  51. Antimony (Sb)
  52. Tellurium (Te)
  53. Iodine (I)
  54. Xenon (Xe)
  55. Cesium (Cs)
  56. Barium (Ba)
  57. Lanthanum (La) – Not included
  58. Cerium (Ce) – Not included
  59. Praseodymium (Pr) – Not included
  60. Neodymium (Nd) – Not included
  61. Promethium (Pm) – Not included
  62. Samarium (Sm) – Not included
  63. Europium (Eu) – Not included
  64. Gadolinium (Gd) – Not included
  65. Terbium (Tb) – Not included
  66. Dysprosium (Dy) – Not included
  67. Holmium (Ho) – Not included
  68. Erbium (Er) – Not included
  69. Thulium (Tm) – Not included
  70. Ytterbium (Yb) – Not included
  71. Lutetium (Lu) – Not included
  72. Hafnium (Hf)
  73. Tantalum (Ta)
  74. Tungsten (W)
  75. Rhenium (Re)
  76. Osmium (Os)
  77. Iridium (Ir)
  78. Platinum (Pt)
  79. Gold (Au)
  80. Mercury (Hg)
  81. Thallium (Tl)
  82. Lead (Pb)
  83. Bismuth (Bi)
  84. Polonium (Po) – Not included
  85. Astatine (At) – Not included
  86. Radon (Rn) – Not included
  87. Francium (Fr) – Not included
  88. Radium (Ra) – Not included
  89. Actinium (Ac) – Not included
  90. Thorium (Th) – Not included
  91. Protactinium (Pa) – Not included
  92. Uranium (U) – Not included
  93. Neptunium (Np) – Not included
  94. Plutonium (Pu) – Not included
  95. Americium (Am) – Not included
  96. Curium (Cm) – Not included
  97. Berkelium (Bk) – Not included
  98. Californium (Cf) – Not included
  99. Einsteinium (Es) – Not included
  100. Fermium (Fm) – Not included
  101. Mendelevium (Md) – Not included
  102. Nobelium (No) – Not included
  103. Lawrencium (Lr) – Not included
  104. Rutherfordium (Rf) – Not included
  105. Dubnium (Db) – Not included
  106. Seaborgium (Sg) – Not included
  107. Bohrium (Bh) – Not included
  108. Hassium (Hs) – Not included
  109. Meitnerium (Mt) – Not included
  110. Darmstadtium (Ds) – Not included
  111. Roentgenium (Rg) – Not included
  112. Copernicium (Cn) – Not included
  113. Nihonium (Nh) – Not included
  114. Flerovium (Fl) – Not included
  115. Moscovium (Mc) – Not included
  116. Livermorium (Lv) – Not included
  117. Tennessine (Ts) – Not included
  118. Oganesson (Og) – Not included

Elements Not Included in the Display:

  • Lanthanum (La) to Lutetium (Lu)
  • Technetium (Tc)
  • Promethium (Pm) to Tennessine (Ts)
  • Elements 43 (Technetium) and 61 (Promethium) specifically mentioned

This breakdown clarifies which elements are featured in the display and which are omitted due to physical limitations and safety considerations.

A periodic table with real elements typically contains samples of actual elements embedded in acrylic or displayed in various forms. In the retail market, prices for these periodic tables with real elements can range from around $25 to over $200, depending on the number of elements included and the quality of the display. 

In fact, those periodic table that sold at less than $50 are with empty elements. What they have are images of the elements and the periodic table printed at the back or the middle of the acrylic block. 

Chinov Display supplies both options, but the prices are much cheaper than what they are in the retail market because we aim for wholesale orders. 

 At Chinov Display, we offer personalized pricing based on your specific order quantity and any customization requests you may have. To obtain pricing information and submit a quote request, simply add the desired products to your cart and proceed to checkout. During checkout, you’ll have the option to submit a quote request by providing your order quantity, customization details, and shipping address. Our team will then review your request and provide you with a tailored quote. We look forward to assisting you with your order and providing you with a competitive price for our high-quality periodic table displays.

The term “light elements” typically refers to elements with relatively low atomic numbers or low atomic masses. These elements are usually found towards the left side of the periodic table, particularly in the first two periods. While there isn’t a strict definition of what constitutes a “light element,” they generally include hydrogen, helium, lithium, beryllium, boron, carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, fluorine, and neon, among others.

In a broader sense, “light elements” may also refer to elements that are lighter in terms of density or atomic weight compared to heavier elements found further down the periodic table. These lighter elements often play crucial roles in various chemical reactions, biological processes, and industrial applications due to their unique properties and abundance.

The periodic table contains 118 confirmed elements. These elements are arranged in order of increasing atomic number, from hydrogen (atomic number 1) to oganesson (atomic number 118). However, it’s worth noting that the discovery and verification of new elements continue, so the number of elements in the periodic table may change in the future as new elements are discovered or synthesized.

Chinov Display’s periodic table display features only 83 real elements embedded within the acrylic block. The remaining elements are represented with a distinctive radiative symbol due to physical limitations and safety concerns associated with radioactivity. These symbols indicate the positions of the omitted elements in the periodic table while ensuring the safety and integrity of the display.

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