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Super Heavy Element Research Website
« on: March 06, 2005, 01:52:53 PM »
I made this website for the new research group I work for. Feel free to check it out. It runs off a slow server, so please excuse the speed.

http://heavyelements.lbl.gov/
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Re:Super Heavy Element Research Website
« Reply #1 on: March 08, 2005, 10:00:15 AM »
Neat stuff!  If you can ever get some nice, detailed photos of elemental polonium, astatine, radium, actinium, protactinium, thorium, neptunium, or any of the other transuranic elements, I'd love to see them.  A friend of mine works at a company where they can print out GIGANTIC posters of things.  He took my periodict table picture here and printed it out on a scale that puts it at 7 FEET across!  If I can get some nice pix of the radioactive elements that I don't have photos of, I can put together a really sweet setup.  :D
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