Uranium and the lanthanides and actinides

This series uses a common or well-known element to look at the groups of the periodic table and to show the similarities and differences between elements. It uses full-colour illustration of the periodic table and shows the chemical symbol for each element in place, alongside its neighbours.

Chemical formulae for common compounds are also shown. Information boxes and tables contain listings of facts and figures. Chemical reactions are interpreted as word equations, and timelines chart the history and discovery of the elements.

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Author(s)Nigel Saunders
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Shelf referenceA 546 PER
Direct URLhttps://www.stem.org.uk/x854t

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