‪Periodic Museum of the Elements‬

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Hoang V. Pham
‪Greencastle‬, ‪Indiana‬3 مساهمات
بمفردك • أكتوبر 2017
‪Located in the Julian Science building, a property of DePauw University, this “museum” represents one of the most instrumental discovery in the field of Classical Chemistry - The law of periodic trends which dictates the properties of most (with few exceptions on elements of Group 3 and 6) chemical elements, discovered by the pioneer Dmitri Mendeleev. Who says Trotskyists are good for nothing huh? Anyway, I visited this place on a cold winter night while cramming for my upcoming exams, and, stunned by its scientific beauty, found myself admiring the period table for a whole 30 seconds. Damn, what a feeling!

11/10 would cram for my exams again‬
كُتب بتاريخ 1 أكتوبر 2018
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beebefamilydckl
‪Morton‬, إلينوي10 مساهمات
زوجان • سبتمبر 2018
‪My husband and I were at the Depauw campus for a soccer game and enjoyed finding this exhibit In between games. Very interesting.‬
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ChemTeacherTraveller
‪Ypsilanti‬, ميتشجان625 مساهمة
بمفردك • يوليو 2018
‪I was looking for a short, neat "stretch my legs" stop on a road trip and saw this listed online. It's not a museum; it's just a beautiful display cabinet of samples of each of the elements of the periodic table. It's on the third floor at the top of the stairs in the Julian Science Center at DePauw University. I am a chemistry teacher and loved examining each square! It's free and open when the building is open. I parked a few blocks away and walked.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 3 أغسطس 2018
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EagleTravel29
‪Indianapolis‬, ‪Indiana‬339 مساهمة
الأصدقاء • فبراير 2017
‪A very nice presentation of the periodic table. Clearly presented and easy to access in the DePauw University science building. And it is free!‬
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mfun21
‪Chesterton‬, ‪Indiana‬27 مساهمة
العائلة • يونيو 2016
‪I read about this display online and since we have two kids who are really into chemistry and the elements right now, AND we were taking a road trip through the area we figured why not stop. The display is located in the Julian Science Center at DePauw University. It is the creation of Max Whitby and Theodore Gray and features actual samples of each element for viewing. They are arranged in the order of the periodic table.

Even as a non-chemistry-inclined adult, I enjoyed this museum-quality display. Besides featuring a raw sample of the element, many of the displays also feature real-life examples: Pepto-Bismol in the Bismuth display, for example. The kids really liked it and spent quite a bit of time studying it. It was a great way to make the elements that they can recite to me from memory into something tangible for them.

The display is free and accessible to the public as long as the University buildings are open. It was definitely worth a stop on our way through town!‬
كُتب بتاريخ 16 يونيو 2016
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DallasDad
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العائلة • نوفمبر 2014
‪We were on a trip to Indianapolis and decided to stop on the way and see this unique exhibit at DePauw University. The university and campus is quite nice, but the Julian Science Center is exceptional and our kids really enjoyed it. The exhibit is located on an upper hallway in an area with lots of students and professors and classes going on. We were greeted by a member of the university staff who was thrilled that we brought our kids by. She even took out her pet Madagascar roaches and let our kids hold them. They were impressed. Although it is the largest exhibit, the Periodic Museum of the Element is not the only thing to see while you are there. They have a piece of the original ENIAC computer, the head of Stan, a T-Rex , and various gems and minerals on display. We all had a great time. Since this is not a traditional "museum", it might be best to check their website and/or call ahead to see if there will be anyone there to answer questions for you. Also, their website does request that you call ahead if your group is larger than five people. The display was created by Max Whitby of the Red Green & Blue Company Ltd of London and Theo Gray of Wolfram Research Inc. in Illinois. Definitely a fun stop not too far from Indianapolis.‬
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