A 14-year-old student from Periodic Table Arrangement, Thar, set a world record

Web Desk 20 February 2021

Thar: Rohan Kumar, a ninth grader, set a world record by arranging a periodic table in one minute and 58 seconds.

Rohan Kumar Khatwani, a 14-year-old ninth-grade student from Mithi Taluka, Thar District, Pakistan, surprised viewers by arranging a periodic table in less than two minutes.

About 80 schools participated in the Science Festival held at the National Council of Arts Islamabad in Pakistan in which students presented their projects.

In this science festival, Rohan has broken the record of arranging a periodic table in 2 minutes and 45 seconds in just 1 minute and 58 seconds.

Talking to ARY News program Bakhbar Sawira, Rohan Kumar said that he memorized the elements in two days while it took a week to practice.

Rohan said that a science festival was held in his area in which my chemistry teacher told me about the world record of parody table and to continue the practice even after the festival of warning.

The 14-year-old boy said that he remembered S and P blocks in the group and D and F in the period.

Rohan Kumar Khatwani said that he wanted to set a world record in chemistry but now he wants to go into computer science.

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