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You’ll Never Forget the Periodic Table After Seeing These Fun Illustrations of the 112 Elements!

An artist named Kaycie D drew character representations for the 112 elements for the periodic table fun. She drew them by pencil and then scanned them into Photoshop where she then coloured them in as periodic table as humans. She did this as a way to remember them for chemistry class as  in senior year and the results are just spectacular! Now she uses them to help kids all over the world by selling them on her Etsy page. What an inspiring and talented young woman she is!

Below are just a few examples of Kaycie’s brilliant artwork:

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11. 1. Hydrogen

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Hydrogen is a small and light element that is cleverly represented as a character curling up in a wave of water.

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