Each article of the NFT collection on the periodic table ends with the references of the articles with the latest released elements and their explanation.
In this way, those who approach the collection have the opportunity to deepen the history, use and some curiosities about each element.
Over time this list becomes longer and longer and therefore it becomes necessary to create summary articles.
We have already done this for the first 30 articles and with this article we want to create a new reference point for all the articles referring to the elements of the periodic table between number 31 and number 50.
It's nice to do a bit of order every now and then, especially in an increasingly equipped laboratory like this one.
Some additional info:
- we remind you that the new contest for the creation of a molecule is underway. There is time until August 7 at 16:00 CEST to win a Bronze NFT and a NFT Tin phosphide. Find all the information in this article:
- in the next 36 hours the article on the new Tellurium element will be published with the relative giveaway.
- we are proceeding with the distribution of the latest giveaway related to the NFT Antimony
The Periodic Table NFT project
The Periodic Table NFT project aims to raise awareness of chemical elements in a modern key, basing the approach on blockchain and Non Fungible Token.
Day after day it will be possible to know the single elements that make up the table, to collect curiosities about each of them and about the table in general.
We are working to be able to learn, in a playful way, also what happens by combining the various elements.
The whole project is based on the collection of NFTs that can be bought on the site https://wax.atomichub.io/market?collection_name=periodicelem&order=desc&sort=created&symbol=WAX or by participating in simple giveaways published on publish0x.
- The first 30 elements
- #31 Gallium (max supply 200)
- #32 Germanium (max supply 149)
- #33 Arsenic (max supply 200)
- #34 Selenium (max supply 99)
- #35 Bromine (max supply 200)
- #36 Krypton (max supply 200)
- #37 Rubidium (max supply 249)
- #38 Strontium (max supply 200)
- #39 Yttrium (max supply 149)
- #40 Zirconium (max supply 99)
- #41 Niobium (max supply 200)
- #42 Molybdenum (max supply 200)
- #43 Technetium (max supply 200)
- #44 Ruthenium (max supply 299)
- #45 Rhodium (max supply 99)
- #46 Palladium (max supply 200)
- #47 Silver (max supply 200)
- #48 Cadmium (max supply 149)
- #49 Indium (max supply 200)
- #50 Tin (max supply 299)