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The Alexander Arrangement of Elements Display Set Alexander Arrangement of Elements 3D model – Display version

The large model of the AAE was developed for classroom display and reference, the set consists of both a 3D and a wall display; a standard periodic table with one variation – the "down slide" between one period and the next, the patented helix part of the 3D AAE. The element boxes show element name, atomic numbers and weights, and chemical symbols.

The 3D part of the set is die–cut for quick and accurate preparation for assembly, and the 2–D chart is the same printing.

Data is printed for all the naturally occurring elements, and recently created element designations are unun– terms beyond element 104.

Laminated on 25"x 38" index card stock, black on white, and diecut for easy assembly into 3D, the construction of this eye–opening three–dimensional display of the periodic table has been eased by professional design of the slots and tabs, by diecutting all that needs cutting, and providing instructions that are carefully tested and illustrated.

This 15–1/2" x 19" x 14–1/2" three–dimensional display model is assembled in about the same sequence as the student participation version – minus the entry of data – which you can see at the interactive version assembly steps page.
Dr. Glenn T. Seaborg
A same size periodic table poster for wall hanging, with aluminum rails top and bottom, is packaged with the 3D Arrangement in a heavy cardboard shipping tube. The poster can be seen behind the Display AAE in the photo above, and both it and the 3D model carry identical element data in the boxes.

Dr. Glenn Seaborg, here with his "favorite" periodic table,
a custom made AAE.

Description of the classroom display version of the Alexander Arrangement of Elements


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