The periodic table is the most important chemistry reference there is. It arranges all the known elements in an informative array. Elements are arranged left to right and top to bottom in order of increasing atomic number. Order generally coincides with increasing atomic mass.
The different rows of elements are called periods. The period number of an element signifies the highest energy level an electron in that element occupies (in the unexcited state). The number of electrons in a period increases as one traverses down the periodic table; therefore, as the energy level of the atom increases, the number of energy sub-levels per energy level increases.
Using the data in the table scientists, students, and others that are familiar with the periodic table can extract information concerning individual elements. For instance, a scientist can use carbon's atomic mass to determine how many carbon atoms there are in a 1 kilogram block of carbon.
People also gain information from the periodic table by looking at how it is put together. By examining an element's position on the periodic table, one can infer the electron configuration. Elements that lie in the same column on the periodic table (called a "group") have identical valance electron configurations and consequently behave in a similar fashion chemically. For instance, all the group 18 elements are inert gases. The periodic table contains an enormous amount of important information. People familiar with how the table is put together can quickly determine a significant amount of information about an element.
Each medallion are nano-engraved with the nano texts along with billions of diffractive elements to shape light and produce beautiful colors under point source lights. It is made of stainless steel covered with a watch crystal so the medallion will never rust or easily scratched. We stand by it with a lifetime guarantee, no questions asked. We want you to enjoy it and pass it on for generations as a nano keepsake.
Many of the written text are too small to read without optical visual aids. We have made it more convenient for you by including with every medallion, a QR code that you can scan on any smartphone and read every word and see every detail on the medallion. It's also a great way to share and show off your wearable technology. Most people won't believe until they see the viewer in action.
To view all the colors of the diffractive patterns, look under a point source light such as an LED, halogen, or even the sun. Difractive patterns work like a prism and break light into different spectrums or colors and works best when light comes from a single direction.
The coin is made of hand machined 304 Stainless Steel and not casted and thus much more durable and will last the test of time.
Although our patented technology is truly amazing, nano-engraving millions of words on size of a dime, what it does makes it warm and meaningful for our customers.
We make it possible for memory keepers to preserve important family memories through customized jewelry containing symbols, documents, and pictures that monument key life moments and feelings.
Other jewelry may have charms symbolic of important life events, but they rely on the wearer to tell those stories. Our jewelry is a millennial archival medium that paints a rich personal history through important documents, photos, and symbols memorializing key life moments and beliefs without relying on a personal retelling.
Archives are often stored away sight unseen. Our jewelry openly displays one's personal story imbued with diffractive optical elements enhancing its beauty with sparkle and shifting colors. Consumers can further select from a myriad of themes (religion, sports, science, other passions) or create unique custom built content.
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