GENIUS Shot Glass
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GENIUS Shot Glass

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Inspired by The Big Bang Theory, this clever concoction of the Periodic Table of Elements showcases a “Genius” way to incorporate chemistry-chic into drinkware. Dare to take a shot yourself, or line up the shots in this Periodic Table Genius shot glass for all your friends. They even make the perfect Periodically Inspired gift, or party-starter at any event!

  • What makes up a Ge.Ni.U.S.?

    • Ge.- Germanium is sold commercially in ingot bars that have an internal crystal structure, and is used in light emitting diodes and semiconductors.

        Ni.- Nickel's main form is pure nickel which is sold commercially. A typical use is in electroplating baths, where they are slowly dissolved and redeposited on products. Nickels (five-cent) coins are made of 75% copper. Only 25% is nickel, which makes the name a bit misleading.

          U.- Uranium is used in armor-piercing ammunition and counterweights. Only 20% less radioactive than natural uranium, it creates deadly hazards when used in anger.

            S.- Sulfur is one of the few elements found pure in nature. This ""native"" sulfur is probably of volcanic origin. Also called brimstone, it oxidizes and is responsible for the characteristic smell of many volcanoes.

            • 2oz. Heavy fluted shot glass
            • Beveled bottom
            • 3” Tall
            • Dishwasher safe
            • Made In the USA
            • GENIUS Periodic Table is printed on front of shot glass
            • By: Periodically Inspired
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