The periodic table from the Royal Society of Chemistry has been updated for 2017, and now includes the four new elements Nihonium (Nh, element 113), Moscovium (Mc, element 115), Tennessine (Ts, element 117), and Oganesson (Og, element 118), completing the seventh period. The periodic table poster is two-sided. On one side, a bold colour-coded version, emphasising readability and clarity; on the other, a Visual Elements version, with fascinating element artwork by Murray Robertson. A collaborative project between the artist and the Royal Society of Chemistry, the Visual Elements periodic table aims to produce a vibrant representation of the elements, not simply by rendering images of their physical appearance but also by investigating the manner in which they affect our daily lives in largely unseen and often unexpected ways.
Printed in full colour, the wallchart can be bought in either sizes A0 (841 × 1189 mm) or 2A0 (1189 × 1682 mm). Information for each element includes the name, chemical symbol, atomic number, and relative atomic mass. The groups are readily identifiable by colour. The wallchart has been designed to be readable, visually engaging, and an excellent addition to any classroom, laboratory, or office.