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Periodic Table Of Elements - NFT
Periodic Table Of Elements - NFT

Periodic Table Of Elements - NFT

The periodic table, also known as the periodic table of elements, is a tabular display of the chemical elements, which are arranged by atomic number, electron configuration, and recurring chemical properties. Each of us has a good memory of the school period. The periodic table of the elements was certainly a part of our journey. The time has come to retrace each element and collect the most exciting ones.


[NFT GIVEAWAY] Did you know that the most precious metal is Rhodium - The Periodic Elements NFT

14 Apr 2021 3 minute read 131 comments Robertoit

Rhodium is the chemical element with atomic number 45 and its symbol is Rh. It is a rare, hard, silvery-white transition metal. It is found in the minerals of platinum and, in alloy with it, is used as a catalyst. Rhodium is very reflective, has a hi...

70 Molybdenum NFT will be randomly assigned - The Periodic Elements NFT (RESULT)

12 Apr 2021 1 minute read 21 comments Robertoit

The distribution of element number 42, Molybdenum, is also nearing completion. Our 42nd NFT giveaway. 50% of the entire supply was dedicated to this giveaway. 30 NFTs were reserved for the fastest responders, while another 70 NFTs were drawn from all...

Strychnine a poison for humans is the next molecule - The Periodic Elements NFT (CONTEST)

11 Apr 2021 4 minute read 107 comments Robertoit

The chemistry laboratories reopen. The time has come for a new contest where each of you can create a new molecule. And for this time we wanted to look for something powerful, something that left its mark: the Strychnine. Strychnine poisoning can be...

The laboratory of the element Rutherium - The Periodic Elements NFT

7 Apr 2021 1 minute read 19 comments Robertoit

For the distribution of the new element of the collection we have partnered with a very important Publish0x laboratory. We are sure you will appreciate this new initiative which will bring even more visibility to the collection. In this article there...

70 Niobium NFT will be randomly assigned - The Periodic Elements NFT (RESULT)

6 Apr 2021 2 minute read 45 comments Robertoit

This April promises to be very bubbly. Today we are organizing the NFT assignment of element number 41: Niobium. We have in the queue the assignment of NFTs for the Molybdenum element giveaway. It is possible to participate in the Technetium element...

[NFT GIVEAWAY] Technetium the first artificially created element in The Period Elements NFT

4 Apr 2021 3 minute read 193 comments Robertoit

Technetium is the chemical element with atomic number 43 and its symbol is Tc. It is a silvery gray element, radioactive, transition metal of the fifth period, crystalline very rare in nature; technetium is one of the natural and artificial nuclear f...

[NFT GIVEAWAY] Your dental prostheses made with Molybdenum - The Periodic Elements NFT

1 Apr 2021 2 minute read 187 comments Robertoit

Molybdenum is the chemical element with atomic number 42 and its symbol is Mo. Molybdenum is a transition metal. In pure form it is silvery white in color. It is a very hard metal and among the elements it is the one characterized by one of the highe...

High purity alloys with iron, nickel and cobalt made with niobium - The Periodic Elements NFT (GIVEAWAY)

28 Mar 2021 2 minute read 184 comments Robertoit

Niobium, also known in the past as columbium because it was discovered together with tantalum in the mineral columbite, is the chemical element with atomic number 41 and its symbol is Nb. It is a rare, typically ductile transition metal. Niobium is a...

89 Zirconium NFT will be randomly assigned - The Periodic Elements NFT (RESULT)

23 Mar 2021 1 minute read 23 comments Robertoit

The 4 maxy giveaway series is over. Today the result of the extraction of NFT Zirconium. An NFT with max supply of 99 and 90% of it dedicated to this giveaway. There were 161 valid comments to participate in the giveaway and of these 89 will receive...

Marie Curie: winner of two nobel prizes - The Periodic Elements NFT (minigiveaway)

22 Mar 2021 4 minute read 130 comments Robertoit

The time has come to meet a new important figure in the history of chemistry: Maria Salomea Skłodowska, better known as Marie Curie. She was born in Warsaw in Poland she was a French naturalized Polish physicist, chemist and mathematician. In 1903 sh...