The Periodic Table of the Europeans
Take heed, chemists! The forty-nine countries of Europe have finally been organized into their very own periodic table. This useful table contains enough demographic data about the continent to satisfy even the most devoted geography (or chemistry) buffs. The Periodic Table of the Europeans breaks Dimitry Mendeleev's one-hundred and thirty-nine year stranglehold on useful periodic tables.
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