How can you design a Periodic Table for someone who is mentally disabled, and either can recognise or read the table?
- By colour coding
- By using a preferred picture to help find elements.
- By organizing in alphabetical order.
Can you organize a table in a special way for people who can’t read or understand the Periodic Table?
You can organize a table, but by not making it look like a periodic Table by describing it symbolically.
Is it possible to get someone’s favourite photos and use them to make a Periodic Table?
Yes, it’s possible and it’s very beneficial because when you use an image that has been processed by the person they’ll know where to find the elements.
Can a Periodic Table be organized by colour to help people who are colour blind to help find an element?
Yes, it’s also possible because studies have shown that colour coding a table can make someone who is colour blind can recognize a table even if they can’t see colour.
Is the Periodic Table commonly recognized?
Yes, it is recognized by many scientists, chemists and biologists.
Why is the Periodic Table organized by Chemical Properties and Atomic Mass?
The Periodic Table is organized by the chemical properties is because if the table is organized by chemical properties it’ll much easier to find those elements.