Memorize the Periodic Table: The Fast and Easy Way to Memorize Chemical Elements

by Kyle Buchanan

Publisher: Kyle Buchanan

Publication Date: May 11, 2015

ISBN: 9780987564634

Binding: Kobo eBook

Availability: eBook

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If you have a chemistry exam tomorrow, thank goodness you're here. This book will help you memorize the entire periodic table in the fastest and easiest way possible.

Would you like to remember the name of every single chemical element? And know their atomic numbers too? If you've ever watched someone memorize a deck of playing cards in minutes, and dreamed about what you could do with a memory like that - your dreams are about to come true.

The 'secret' to memorizing is visualization and association. This book will tell you exactly what to visualize so you can memorize every element in the periodic table.

This is not a 'How to...' guide that teaches you a method. We've done all the work for you. This book takes the techniques used by memory experts - like Tony Buzan, Harry Lorayne, or even techniques you may have read about in "Moonwalking with Einstein" - and describes mental images and stories to help you memorize the periodic table.

'Memorize the Periodic Table' takes advantage of the astonishing memory you already have. It's amazing more people don't use this easy technique and still persist with repetition to memorize the periodic table. They must have plenty of time to burn.

After reading this book, you will:
- Be able to recite the names of all the chemical elements in order
- Know the atomic numbers for each element
- Be astonished at your own memory
- Have a lot of leftover study time

The authors describe precisely what mental pictures you should visualize to remember each chemical element, and link it in your mind with the next element.

If you've always hated repetition and rote learning, you are going to love this book.

This quick and easy read will have you memorizing the names of chemical elements straight away, and you'll be filled with excitement as you realize how simple memorizing the periodic table can ...