Thanks to Marcus Lynch for the tip!
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1991 NonScientist's Periodic Table
By John T Hortenstine Jr. of the R.W. Johnson Pharmaceutical Research Institute, The NonScientists Concept of the Periodic Table of the Elements, for example "Zirconium, in Fake Diamonds", etc.
Click here for the big version.
Thanks to Eric Scerri for the tip!
See the website EricScerri.com and Eric's Twitter Feed.
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2014 Jodogne's New Color Table
By J.C. Jodogne, "a medium type with the above features but with Z continuity and a general aspect very similar to the usual presentation". Click here to get the full size pdf.
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2014 Jodogne's Janet New Color Periodic Table
By J.C. Jodogne, "a Janet type slightly modified to enhance shells, periods and to make determination of ground state configuration (orbitals) very easily to build". Click here to get the full size pdf.
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2014 Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony Periodic Table
From the 2014 Winter Olympics Opening ceremony, a Russian periodic table. See the whole video on RuTube.
Thanks to Eric Scerri for the tip!
See the website EricScerri.com and Eric's Twitter Feed.
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2014 Lado's Periodic Table Series Analysis
By Solomon F Lado, a mathematical analysis.
Abstract (full paper):
"There is a periodic table, at least in terms of atomic number and electronic configuration, for every positive integer, c >= 2, with a capacity of 20c^{2} – 21c + 1 elements, where c is the construction index, and c equals one plus the maximum number of electrons per orbital of an atom. The cconstruction index and the cconstructionindex formulae are unique to this report. The maximum number of potential orbitals per subshell of an atom = 3^{n1} where n is the index of the s, p, d, and f subshells":
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2014 Correspondences Between The Classical Thomson Problem and The Periodic Table of The Elements
By Tim (TJ) LaFave, a very detailed pdf discussing the correspondences between the classical Thomson Problem and the Periodic Table of the Elements. You will need to click thru and zoom in:
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2005 Górski's Atomic Core Based Periodic System
From Go?rski A., Pol. J. Chem., 79, 1435 (2005), an atomic core based periodic system of the chemical elements. In this version of the Periodic Table, He is placed close to H and simultaneously above Be (and not above Ne):
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Periodic Table, What is it showing? 
Binary Compounds

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