Copper Periodic Table
Element #29 is one of the few elements you can easily find laying around in its natural state. It is also, in my opinion, one of the prettiest metals when polished up.
I’ve also always liked those machines in museums, parks, and other touristy areas where a penny is smashed through a stamp to create a little memento of your visit. Why not make a copper periodic table wallpaper memento?
This 4K (3840 x 2160) periodic table wallpaper would obviously be more copper than your typical penny, but the effect is the same. The table looks as if it were pressed into the back of a sheet of beaten copper.
The table itself contains all 118 currently approved elements with their atomic number, symbol, name, and atomic mass. Click the image to see the full-sized version or download it directly.
Copper Pressed Periodic Table
A second alternative of the same periodic table appears as if the table were pressed into the copper instead of stamped from behind.
Same table, different effect. Click the image to see the full-sized version or download it directly.
If you like this wallpaper, you may enjoy our other Periodic Table Wallpapers.