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Elemental, My Dear

Scientists, historians and collectors unite! The Elements Vault is a comprehensive, interactive book that's all things atomic. You can learn about each element based on the nine major periodic categories (alkali metals, the alkali earth metals, the transition metals, the nonmetals, the metalloids, the halogens, the noble gases, the actinides, and the lanthanides) or by where each element falls on the light spectrum with a stunning 20" L x 10" W rainbow poster. Suitable for ages 10 up to adults, the Element Vault includes beautiful pictures, real element samples and tons of removable copies of historical documents that bring new insight into the chemical world. Ever wonder why 7-UP would sell a lithium-laced soda? Want to read a letter Einstein wrote to FDR? Now you Hafnium the chance! Made in China.

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Community Voted
Item ID
21676
Ages
Recommended Ages 10+
Made from
cardboard, paper, teflon, cubic zirconium, 24kt gold leaf, foil
Measurements
12.50" L x 10.69" W x 1.44" H

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151votes, 15 comments

Cassie, UncommonGoods Community Moderator

We're intrigued by this clever kit! We love that it's a great introduction to science for kids, and a fun refresher for adults. We also love that it includes actual samples of real elements, removable documents, and a color poster. Would you collect elements with this interactive book?

Sarah
Vote: Thumbs up!

Where's it made?

Tricia
Vote: Thumbs up!

Very intriguing.

Cassie, UncommonGoods Community Moderator

Thanks for asking, Sarah. We left that information out by mistake. The Elements Vault is made in China. We'll update the product story.

Julie
Vote: Thumbs up!

I love anything that makes learning fun. This seems to provide some explanation and interest to Elements that was not presented when I was a kid. I would love this as a kid, and maybe even now as an adult! I bet I would learn a lot!

Christine
Vote: Thumbs down!

This would be great if it wasn't made in China.

Rebecca
Vote: Thumbs up!

A great learning tool.

Shannon
Vote: Thumbs up!

Looks like a cool learning tool!

Linda
Vote: Thumbs up!

interesting for the facts collector

Lily
Vote: Thumbs up!

As someone who wants to homeschool her children, this is something I'd really like to add to my home library.

Meagan
Vote: Thumbs up!

Anything that combines science and art is awesome!

roberta

Cool science geek gift.

Sue
Vote: Thumbs up!

Why can't it be made in the USA?

David
Vote: Thumbs up!

A great idea! I would buy this, but can I trust it because it was made in China? Are we capable of making anything in the USA? Maybe the Elements Vault will inspire some new, brilliant scientists. Every kid should have one. Oh, that's right, but we don't have any money in our school budgets anymore.

Ginger
Vote: Thumbs up!

This looks great, but price might be an issue. How much would it cost? I home school, so we only have one income.

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