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Super Donor Periodic Table


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Super Donor Periodic Table

Looking for a fun way to give to the UW-Superior Foundation? The Super Donor Periodic Table is the newest opportunity to support UW-Superior chemistry students, by providing funds for scholarships and equipment.

Simply choose the element you would like to purchase from the list below and send in the Super Donor Periodic Table Form along with your payment to:

UW-Superior Foundation
PO Box 2000
Old Main 237
Superior, WI
54880

  

Super Donor Periodic Table - Elementary Particles

Elementary Particles

1 up quark $600
2 up antiquark $1,600
3 down quark $1,200
4 down antiquark $2,200
5 charm quark $1,600
6 charm antiquark $2,600
7 strange quark $3,200
8 strange antiquark $4,200
9 top quark $4,000
10 top antiquark $5,000
11 bottom quark $4,500
12 bottom antiquark $5,500
13 electron $6,000 SOLD!
14 antielectron (positron) $7,000
15 muon $8,500 SOLD!
16 antimuon $9,500
17 tau $6,000
18 antitau $7,000
19 electron neutrino $2,000
20 electron antineutrino $3,000
21 muon neutrino $1,000
22 muon antineutrino $2,000
23 tau neutrino $800
24 tau antineutrino $1,800
25 photon $5,000 SOLD!
26 gluon $1,500
27 gauge (W) bosons $1,200
28 Higgs boson $15,600
29 gauge (Z) boson $800
30 graviton $1,000


Super Donor Periodic Table - Elements

Elements

Actinium Ac $2,500

Meitnerium Mt (Une) $2,500
Aluminum Al $500

Mendelevium Md $400 SOLD!
Americium Am $400 SOLD!
Mercury Hg $2,000
Antimony Sb $1,500

Molybdenum Mo $1,500
Argon Ar $500 SOLD!

Neodymium Nd $300 SOLD!
Arsenic As $1,000

Neon Ne $500 SOLD!
Astatine At $2,000

Neptunium Np $400
Barium Ba $2,000

Nickel Ni $1,000 SOLD!
Berkelium Bk $400 (Hold)

Niobium Nb $300
Beryllium Be $500 SOLD!
Nitrogen N $5,000
Bismuth Bi $2,000

Nobelium No $400 SOLD!
Bohrium Bh (Uns) $2,500 SOLD!

Osmium Os $5,000
Boron B $500 SOLD!
Oxygen O $5,000 SOLD!
Bromine Br $1,000

Palladium Pd $5,000
Cadmium Cd $1,500 SOLD!

Phosphorus P $500
Calcium Ca $1,000 SOLD!
Platinum Pt $5,000 SOLD!
Californium Cf $400 SOLD!

Plutonium Pu $4,500
Carbon C $5,000 SOLD!

Polonium Po $2,000
Cerium Ce $300

Potassium K $1,000 SOLD!
Cesium Cs $2,000

Praseodymium Pr $300
Chlorine Cl $500 SOLD!
Promethium Pm $300
Chromium Cr $1,000

Protactinium Pa $400
Cobalt Co $1,000 SOLD!

Radium Ra $2,500
Copper Cu $1,000

Radon Rn $2,000
Curium Cm $400

Rhenium Re $2,000
Dubnium Db (Unq) $2,500

Rhodium Rh $1,500
Dysprosium Dy $300 SOLD!
Rubidium Rb $1,500
Einsteinium Es $400 SOLD!

Ruthenium Ru $1,500
Erbium Er $300

Rutherfordium Rf (Unh) $2,500
Europium Eu $300 SOLD!
Samarium Sm $300
Fermium Fm $400

Scandium Sc $1,000
Flourine F $500 SOLD!
Selenium Se $1,000
Francium Fr $2,500

Silicon Si $5,000 SOLD!
Gadolinium Gd $300

Silver Ag $5,000
Gallium Ga $1,000

Sodium Na $500 SOLD!
Germanium Ge $5,000

Strontium Sr $1,500
Gold Au $5,000 SOLD!
Sulfur S $500
Hafnium Hf $2,000

Tantalum Ta $2,000
Hahnium Hn (Uno) $2,500

Technetium Tc $1,500
Helium He $500 SOLD!
Tellurium Te $1,500
Holmium Ho $300

Terbium Tb $300
Hydrogen H $500 SOLD!
Thalium Tl $2,000
Indium In $1,500

Thorium Th $400
Iodine I $1,500

Thulium Tm $300
Iridium Ir $2,000

Tin Sn $1,500
Iron Fe $1,000

Titanium Ti $1,000 SOLD!
Joliotium Jl (Unp) $2,500

Tungsten W $2,000 (Hold)
Krypton Kr $1,000 SOLD!

Uranium U $4,500
Lanthanum La $2,000

Vanadium V $1,000
Lawrencium Lr $400

Xenon Xe $1,500 SOLD!
Lead Pb $2,000

Ytterbium Yb $300
Lithium Li $500 SOLD!
Yttrium Y $1,500
Lutetium Lu $300

Zinc Zn $1,000 SOLD!
Magnesium Mg $500 SOLD!

Zirconium Zr $1,500
Manganese Mn $1,000






The Chemistry Program also encourages any creative ideas donors may come up with. Some alumni (class of 1995, etc.), for example, might want to buy one element together; another group (or individual alumni) might want to buy a compound, rather than an individual element. With this latter possibility in mind, chemists even left extra "wall space" beneath the table in Barstow Hall.

Donors can also buy outside physical or abstract objects, such as a distant galaxy, string theory, Einstein formula, Milky Way, or a synchrotron.

Dr. Dan Little bought a diradical, trimethylenemethane (TMM), which he says has played a prominent role in his career - starting from his days at Wisconsin State University, Superior.

If you wish to buy a compound or other special object or combination, please contact Dr. Michael Waxman at 715-394-8261 or mwaxman@uwsuper.edu.

The program would also be glad to consider posting separately, on the side wall, dedications accompanying the donations.

Chemistry and physics students and faculty


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