Atomic weights of the periodic table elements indicate the time in two active models of the atom. The symbol of the element is at the top, along with the element’s name below the atom model.
In the model of the atom, the number of electrons orbiting the nucleus is accurate to the atomic number up to 12 electrons per atom. Above that the model shows the randomness of electron location as they are harder to follow and start to scatter. When the hour or minute is represented by a zero, a singularity occurs.
Note: 24 hour mode is great on this face, as you get more variety of elements in the hours, and you get lots of electrons zipping around. Lower time numbers such as with hydrogen and helium, have fewer electrons and isn’t as exciting.
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Inspection mode is on.