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 AIRDROP] What happened in the winter contest - The Periodic Elements NFT

4 Jan 2023 2 minute read 21 comments Robertoit

A few days ago we launched a new contest to distribute a new winter NFT for free. Anyone who knows us knows that our NFTs always have a chemistry theme and in this special NFT we wanted a snowman in a chemical lab doing some mysterious experiment. Th...

[NFT GIVEAWAY] Europium special anti-counterfeiting inks for euros - The Periodic Elements NFT

2 Jan 2023 2 minute read 51 comments Robertoit

Memorandum Before delving into the new element of the Periodic Table, I would like to remind those who haven't already entered that there is until tomorrow to participate in the NFT winter mascot drawing. It is a special NFT whose max supply is decid...

[NFT Giveaway] A wish for a special community - The Periodic Elements NFT

28 Dec 2022 2 minute read 55 comments Robertoit

In this article we want to thank all those who have wished us well for these Christmas holidays. Our best wishes go to each of you and to all the people close to you: family, relatives and friends. We couldn't let this period go by without something...

[NFT GIVEAWAY] A laser light from Samarium - The Periodic Elements NFT

8 Dec 2022 2 minute read 49 comments Robertoit

Samarium is the chemical element with atomic number 62 and its symbol is Sm. Samarium is a silvery-looking lanthanide metal, fairly stable in air at temperatures below 150°C; above this limit it ignites spontaneously. It exists in three different cry...

[NFT GIVEAWAY] Let the promethium trace your path - The Periodic Elements NFT

21 Oct 2022 3 minute read 60 comments Robertoit

The NFT supply of this giveaway is a much lower than the previous NFTs. For this reason the number of pieces available is less, but let's start talking about the element. Promethium is the chemical element with atomic number 61. It is a synthetic ele...

[NFT GIVEAWAY] Excellent sound with neodymium - The Periodic Elements NFT

5 Oct 2022 2 minute read 67 comments Robertoit

A new article with the possibility of receiving for free an NFT of the collection the Periodic Table of the Elements on the WAX ​​blockchain. It is sufficient to comment on the article as explained in the "giveaway" paragraph. Today we talk about the...

[NFT GIVEAWAY] Start the engines with Praseodymium - The Periodic Elements NFT

12 Sep 2022 2 minute read 57 comments Robertoit

The time has come to discover a new element of the Periodic Table and to participate in a new NFT giveaway of the collection.A few lines of description of the chemical element and in the second paragraph the instructions of the giveaway.   Praseody...

[NFT GIVEAWAY] Cerium to be cut with a knife - The Periodic Elements NFT

3 Sep 2022 4 minute read 111 comments Robertoit

To participate in this giveaway it is very simple and free: just enter a WAX address in the comments of the article by Wednesday 7 September at 16:00 CEST.Among all those who enter their WAX address correctly, 100 wallets will be extracted to which a...

[NFT GIVEAWAY] Lanthanum for the stone in your lighter - The Periodic Elements NFT

25 Jan 2022 2 minute read 79 comments Robertoit

Lanthanum is the chemical element of atomic number 57 and its symbol is La. Lanthanum is a light, metallic, silver-white, malleable and ductile element: it is also very soft, so much so that it can be cut with a knife. The chemical element lanthanum...

[NFT GIVEAWAY] Who remembers the barium spark plugs of cars? - The Periodic Elements NFT

3 Jan 2022 2 minute read 69 comments Robertoit

Barium is the chemical element of atomic number 56 and its symbol is Ba. It is a silvery-coloured, soft and very toxic metallic element; it belongs to the group of alkaline earth metals. Barium compounds are used in small quantities in paints, in gla...