Pakistani student breaks Indian professor's world record of making periodic table

Natalia, a promising student from Lahore, has broken the world record for making a periodic table and added her name to the Guinness World Records.

According to Natalia’s mother Sheena, Natalia completed the periodic table record in 2 minutes 42 seconds.

Indian chemistry professor Meenakshi Agarwal set the record for the periodic table in 2 minutes and 49 seconds, while Natalia set a new record by 7 seconds.

According to Guinness World Records, four members of the Guinness World Records witnessed Natalia’s record on July 18, and on July 29, the Guinness World Records announced the student’s success.

Natalia’s mother said that her daughter has been interested in science since her childhood. During the Corona Lockdown, Natalia memorized the elements of the table and made the country proud by setting a world record.

The mother said Natalia wanted to be a biochemist in the future.

It should be noted that this award of Periodic Table was held by a Pakistani even before India.

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