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"Unveiling the Building Blocks of Nature: Exploring Elements in Cornwall, England" Discovering the hidden treasures of Cornwall

Background imageElement Collection: Dmitri Mendeleev, caricature

Dmitri Mendeleev, caricature
Dmitri Mendeleev (1834-1907). Caricature of the Russian chemist Dmitry Ivanovich Mendeleyev. Mendeleyev (also spelt Mendeleev)

Background imageElement Collection: Standard periodic table, element types

Standard periodic table, element types
Standard periodic table, colour-coded for element types. The periodic table shows the chemical elements ordered by atomic number (number of protons in the nucleus)

Background imageElement Collection: Standard periodic table, element types

Standard periodic table, element types
Standard periodic table, colour-coded for element types. The periodic table shows the chemical elements ordered by atomic number (number of protons in the nucleus)

Background imageElement Collection: Gold, Carnon Stream Works, Perranarworthal, Cornwall, England

Gold, Carnon Stream Works, Perranarworthal, Cornwall, England
Gold is a native element and precious metal which has been prized by mankind for thousands of years for its beauty, malleability and resistance to corrosion

Background imageElement Collection: The Periodic Table Digital Illustration

The Periodic Table Digital Illustration
In the late 19th century, Russian chemist Dmitri Mendeleev published his first attempt at grouping chemical elements according to their atomic weights

Background imageElement Collection: Humphry Davy, caricature

Humphry Davy, caricature
Humphry Davy. Caricature of the British chemist and physicist Humphry Davy (1778-1829), holding a Davy lamp. The Davy lamp was a safety lamp designed for use in coal mines

Background imageElement Collection: Flame tests

Flame tests
Three ceramic dishes each containing burning ethanol. Each dish has a different colour flame due to chemicals that have been added to the ethanol

Background imageElement Collection: Dmitri Mendeleyevs Periodic Table in which the elements are arranged by atomic weight in groups of

Dmitri Mendeleyevs Periodic Table in which the elements are arranged by atomic weight in groups of related chemical
MENDELEYEV: PERIODIC TABLE. Dmitri Mendeleyevs Periodic Table in which the elements are arranged by atomic weight in groups of related chemical and physical properties, early 20th century

Background imageElement Collection: Plutonium, atomic model

Plutonium, atomic model
Plutonium. Schematic Bohr model of a plutonium atom. the 94 electrons (red) are orbiting a central nucleus (not shown) composed of protons and neutrons

Background imageElement Collection: Periodic table

Periodic table, computer artwork. This table shows the chemical elements arranged in order of atomic number (the number of protons in the nucleus)

Background imageElement Collection: Dmitry Mendeleyev, Russian chemist

Dmitry Mendeleyev, Russian chemist
Dmitry Ivanovich Mendeleyev (1834-1907), Russian chemist. Mendeleyev (or Mendeleev) was initially an indifferent student, but left college at the top of his class

Background imageElement Collection: Silicon crystal, light micrograph

Silicon crystal, light micrograph
Light micrograph taken with episcopic lighting and Normarski Interference Contrast (DIC) of a specimen of pure 99.999999 Silicon

Background imageElement Collection: Gold with black sands in a gold pan

Gold with black sands in a gold pan
Gold (Au) is an elemental metal. It occurs mainly as nuggets in rocks or as seen here, as grains in alluvial deposits

Background imageElement Collection: Periodic table

Periodic table, computer artwork. This table shows the chemical elements arranged in order of atomic number (the number of protons in the nucleus)

Background imageElement Collection: Single leaf of Monstera deliciosa palm plant on pink background

Single leaf of Monstera deliciosa palm plant on pink background
Monstera deliciosa, the Hurricane or Swiss Cheese Plant. Big palm leaf on pink background

Background imageElement Collection: The Elements (Water), by Philippe Mercier

The Elements (Water), by Philippe Mercier (1689-1760)

Background imageElement Collection: Alchemical symbolism: toad and serpent represent two basic types of element, fixed and earthy

Alchemical symbolism: toad and serpent represent two basic types of element, fixed and earthy (toad) and the volatile (serpent). Flying eagle represents Sublimation

Background imageElement Collection: Gold

Gold nugget found in a dry river bed outside Potchefstroom, Wits. 120 km southwest of Johannesburg, October 1882. Approximately 68x48mm and 156g in weight

Background imageElement Collection: Diagram showing Geocentric system of universe, 1539. Artist: Petrus Apianus

Diagram showing Geocentric system of universe, 1539. Artist: Petrus Apianus
Diagram showing Geocentric system of universe, 1539. Geocentric (earth-centred) system of universe showing Aristotles 4 elements surrounded by sphere of fixed stars, spheres of planets

Background imageElement Collection: View of Dunoon East Bay in Scotland

View of Dunoon East Bay in Scotland
3562738 View of Dunoon East Bay in Scotland by Unknown photographer, (20th century); (add.info.: Dunoon, Great Britain 1920-1930 Photographer: Unidentified Author); Alinari Archives, Florence

Background imageElement Collection: Samarium

Samarium

Background imageElement Collection: EUCLID: ELEMENTS. A page from Euclids Elements, translated by English scholar

EUCLID: ELEMENTS. A page from Euclids Elements, translated by English scholar Adelard of Bath from Arabic into Latin, 12th century

Background imageElement Collection: Aluminium window

Aluminium window

Background imageElement Collection: Elemental analysis

Elemental analysis
MODEL RELEASED. Elemental analysis. Laboratory technician using an inductively coupled plasma - atomic optical emission spectrometer (ICP-AES)

Background imageElement Collection: Cut diamond

Cut diamond. Diamond is a crystalline form of pure carbon. It is the hardest mineral known. Large diamonds such as this command high prices

Background imageElement Collection: Silver crystals

Silver crystals. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of crystals of silver (symbol Ag, atomic number 47). Silver is a lustrous, precious metal which has been known since pre-history

Background imageElement Collection: Nanotube technology, computer artwork

Nanotube technology, computer artwork
Nanotube technology. Computer artwork of a cylindrical fullerene molecule (carbon nanotube). The hexagonal carbon structure of the nanotube is shown here

Background imageElement Collection: Fullerene molecule, computer artwork

Fullerene molecule, computer artwork
Fullerene molecule. Computer artwork of the spherical fullerene molecule C320. Fullerenes are a structural type (allotrope) of carbon

Background imageElement Collection: Balloon at Wanamakers, 1911. Creator: Bain News Service

Balloon at Wanamakers, 1911. Creator: Bain News Service
Balloon at Wanamakers, 1911. Shows the hydrogen balloon, "Wanamaker no. 1, " lifting off from the roof of the John Wanamaker store at Broadway and Tenth Ave. New York City

Background imageElement Collection: The Earth, unknown date. Creator: Nicolas Lancret

The Earth, unknown date. Creator: Nicolas Lancret
The Earth, unknown date. Part of a series on the Four Elements, a theme that was popular during the 17th century and which frequently took the form of depictions of figures engaged in tasks

Background imageElement Collection: Flowers Floral Art Illustration 01

Flowers Floral Art Illustration 01
Rafal Kulik

Background imageElement Collection: Flowers Floral Art Illustration 02

Flowers Floral Art Illustration 02
Rafal Kulik

Background imageElement Collection: Flowers Floral Art Illustration 03

Flowers Floral Art Illustration 03
Rafal Kulik

Background imageElement Collection: Flowers Floral Art Illustration 04

Flowers Floral Art Illustration 04
Rafal Kulik

Background imageElement Collection: Flowers Floral Art Illustration 05

Flowers Floral Art Illustration 05
Rafal Kulik

Background imageElement Collection: Flowers Floral Art Illustration 06

Flowers Floral Art Illustration 06
Rafal Kulik

Background imageElement Collection: Flowers Floral Art Illustration 07

Flowers Floral Art Illustration 07
Rafal Kulik

Background imageElement Collection: Flowers Floral Art Illustration 08

Flowers Floral Art Illustration 08
Rafal Kulik

Background imageElement Collection: Flowers Floral Art Illustration 09

Flowers Floral Art Illustration 09
Rafal Kulik

Background imageElement Collection: Flowers Floral Art Illustration 10

Flowers Floral Art Illustration 10
Rafal Kulik

Background imageElement Collection: Flowers Floral Art Illustration 11

Flowers Floral Art Illustration 11
Rafal Kulik

Background imageElement Collection: Flowers Floral Art Illustration 12

Flowers Floral Art Illustration 12
Rafal Kulik

Background imageElement Collection: Flowers Floral Art Illustration 13

Flowers Floral Art Illustration 13
Rafal Kulik

Background imageElement Collection: Roses and Peonies Art Illustration 01

Roses and Peonies Art Illustration 01
Rafal Kulik

Background imageElement Collection: Roses and Peonies Art Illustration 02

Roses and Peonies Art Illustration 02
Rafal Kulik

Background imageElement Collection: Roses and Peonies Art Illustration 03

Roses and Peonies Art Illustration 03
Rafal Kulik

Background imageElement Collection: Roses and Peonies Art Illustration 04

Roses and Peonies Art Illustration 04
Rafal Kulik

Background imageElement Collection: Roses and Peonies Art Illustration 05

Roses and Peonies Art Illustration 05
Rafal Kulik



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"Unveiling the Building Blocks of Nature: Exploring Elements in Cornwall, England" Discovering the hidden treasures of Cornwall, England - a land rich in history and minerals. From the captivating Gold mines at Carnon Stream Works to the birthplace of renowned chemist Dmitry Mendeleev in Perranarworthal, this region holds secrets that shaped our understanding of elements. Step into the world of science with a whimsical caricature depicting Dmitry Mendeleev himself. His groundbreaking work on organizing elements led to the creation of the Standard Periodic Table as we know it today. Dive deeper into this digital illustration showcasing element types and their unique properties. Travel back in time to witness Humphry Davy's flame tests, where he discovered new elements through vibrant colors emitted by burning substances. Witness how Mendeleyev's early 20th-century Periodic Table revolutionized chemistry by arranging elements based on atomic weight and related chemical properties. Marvel at the intricate beauty captured under a light microscope - behold a mesmerizing Silicon crystal revealing its delicate structure. And let us not forget about gold - its allure shines through black sands found within a gold pan, reminding us of its timeless value. Join us on an extraordinary journey through time and space as we unravel nature's fundamental building blocks - exploring elements that shape our world.