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    Elements of a nerd card

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    Ships from Nottingham, United Kingdom

    $ $8.75 + free shipping

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    Dimensions:

    Dimensions of the folded card are 10.5cm x 15cm (size A5 folded to A6).

    Material:

    Each card is made using a premium matt 300 GSM white greeting card with a brown kraft envelope. The inside of the card is left blank for you to write your own message. Your card will be protected in sealed plastic and sent in a board envelope for safe delivery.

    Country of origin:

    United Kingdom

    Description:

    This card depicts the elements of a 'nerd' using chemical symbols from the periodic table of elements. Underneath these chemical symbols, there is a short 'scientific' description of a typical nerd. This description is composed of actual descriptive features of the elements used in the making of the word.

    So, a nerd is described as being relatively rare on Earth and other rocky planets, volatile but mostly inert (properties of Nitrogen), extremely bright, turns rosy in the sun (Erbium), and used in various scientific processes (Deuterium).

    Makes an ideal congratulations card after passing exams or graduating. Should leave your nerd feeling like quite the smarty pants.

    We have lots of humorous periodic element cards for you to choose from - see other items in the Newton and the Apple shop for more choices.

    Delivery:

    Ships from Nottingham, United Kingdom.

    This item will be dispatched within 7 business days. Shipping options available at checkout include:

    Shipping Method Delivery* Price
    FREE standard shipping 7–14 days FREE

    * From dispatch

    ** Delivery times may vary for regional areas.

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    Ships from Nottingham, United Kingdom.

    This item will be dispatched within 7 business days. Shipping options available at checkout include:

    Shipping Method Delivery* Price
    FREE standard shipping 7–14 days FREE

    * From dispatch

    ** Delivery times may vary for regional areas.