Pearl The Potassium Horn Unicorn

Pearl’s Story

Pearl The Potassium-Horned Unicorn From The Magical Elements of the Periodic Table Presented Alphabetically By The Metal Horn Unicorns Book

Pearl the Potassium-Horned unicorn was a beautiful rose pink hide and a plum purple mane. This magical metal horned unicorn from Unimaise had a horn that dispersed bubbles. Everything she touched was instantly cleaned.

Pearl’s horn had two main abilities: it could disperse bubbles, and it could ferment liquids. The first ability meant that everything Pearl touched was instantly cleaned. It didn’t matter if she was brushing against a dirty wall or a muddy puddle, her horn would send out a burst of tiny bubbles that would clean everything in an instant. It was a useful skill, to be sure, but it was her second ability that really set Pearl apart.

Pearl the Potassium-Horned unicorn was something of an enigma in the land of Unimaise. She was beautiful, but she was also powerful, with a magical horn that could do things no other unicorn’s could. One strange thing her magical horn could do is ferment liquids.

You see, when Pearl’s horn came into contact with any liquid, it would begin to ferment. It didn’t matter if it was water, juice, or even alcohol – Pearl’s horn could turn it into a delicious, bubbly drink that was the life of any party. Her friends would often invite Pearl to their gatherings, not only for her beauty and grace, but for her magical ability to turn any boring drink into a tasty, alcoholic concoction. However, there were times when her abilities got her into trouble, like the time she accidentally fermented the water in the village well. The entire village was drunk for days, and the villagers were not pleased.

Despite the occasional mishap, Pearl continued to hone her fermentation skills, experimenting with different flavors and techniques. She even started her own business, selling her homemade drinks to other magical creatures in Unimaise. She quickly gained a reputation as the best mixologist in the land, and her potions were highly sought after.

In the Magical Elements of the Periodic Table Presented Alphabetically By The Metal Horn Unicorns, readers are briefly introduced to Pearl, the Aluminum Horned Unicorn.


No Metal No Magic - Pearl, the magical Potassium-Horned Unicorn introduces this Alkali Metal element from the Periodic Table to readers of Magical elements of The Periodic Table
 - Presented Alphabetically By The Metal-Horn Unicorns. Everything Pearl touches is instantly cleaned.

This is the front side of the game card for Pearl the Potassium Horned Unicorn. Click the pic to take a look at all the fun info on the back. Use it as a memorization tool, a trading card or as science class prizes and rewards.

Article – The Nervous Element –

Article – Five Things To Know About Potash –

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Article About Potassium Discoverer –

Article – Potassium and Health –

Fact Sheet – Potassium –

Fact Sheet – Potash

Fact Sheet – Potash

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Lesson –

Wiki –

The Metal Horn Unicorns Make Science Magical

This periodic table reference page is brought to you by the Magical Elements of the Periodic Table Presented Alphabetically By The Metal Horn Unicorns book. They say, “No Metal – No Magic…and No Technology”.

Magical Elements of the Periodic Table Presented Alphabetically By The Metal Horn Unicorns. They say, "No Metal No Magic...and No Technology". Written by Sybrina Durant with Illustrations By Pumudi Gardiyawasam.

In this unique alphabet book, members of the Metal Horn Unicorn Tribe present 26 Magical Elements of the Periodic Table in alphabetical order.  Each member of the tribe has a metal horn and hooves. They also have magical powers based on the properties of their metals.
Alumna starts out the book by introducing the very necessary metal, aluminum, on her element page. Dr. Zinko rounds out the alphabet by presenting facts and other fun information about the metal, zinc, on his element page.  Other members of the Metal Horn Tribe from Unimaise, plus some of their magical elemental friends, will give some great insight into the properties of 23 additional pure metals from the periodic table. 

There is one special unicorn in the book whose horn and hooves are an alloy created by combining copper and zinc. Cornum, the Brass Horned unicorn will reveal some interesting things about that metal.
While not all elements in the Periodic Table are represented by letters of the alphabet, some in this book, are introduced by alternate designations.  For instance, Tungsten is also known as Wolfram so “W” is used as the entry for that alphabetical letter in this book.  The letter “W” is also used as the atomic symbol for tungsten in all periodic tables.
Each element page in this book contains terms that might not be completely familiar.  Refer to the definitions in the back of the book to get a clear understanding of each meaning.  There is also a fun unicorn themed Periodic Table at the back of the book. 
The Metal Horn unicorns from Unimaise and their other techno-magical unicorn friends are the perfect group to introduce you to metals and other elements in the Periodic Table.  Hopefully the Magical Elements of this periodic table book will spark an interest in the magical and real world properties of all the metals and other elements known today.  You may be surprised at how prominently they feature in our every day lives.

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Reference Links

General Periodic Table Links – Interactive Periodic Table – Interactive Periodic Table – Interactive Periodic Table – Chemistry and The Periodic Table For Kids – Interactive Periodic Table – Interactive Periodic Table – Chemistry and the Periodic Table For Kids – Periodic table with Printables – Metals, Metalloids and Non-Metals – If you learn better with videos, you will love this site. – Derivations of the Names and Symbols of the Elements – Interactive Periodic Table – The Periodic Table Song – Daniel Radcliffe Sings The Element Song – Video Explanation – Science of Magic and Periodic Tables – Beyond Element 118 – The next row of the periodic table. – List of Chemical Mnemonics – Chemistry Jokes – Circus Acts Perform Scientific Magic Tricks – 7 Fictional Chemical Elements In Comic Books

What Makes Metal Shiny? –

Rare Earth Metals

Article – Are They Green or Not? –

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Alloys and Compounds

Alloys –

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The Difference Between Alloys and Compounds –

Aluminum Alloys –

Bromine Compounds –

Calcium Bromate –

Erbium Alloys –

Fluorine Compound – Fluorocarbon –

Fluorine Compound – Fluoride –

Iodine Compound – Povidone-Iodine –

Metal Alloys From A to Z –

Nickel Alloy – Alnico (nickel, aluminium and cobalt) Magnets –

Potassium Compound – Potassium Sodium Tartrate –

Potassium Compound – Potassium Chloride –

Potassium Compound – Saltpeter or Potassium Nitrate –

Potassium Compound – Potassium Bisulfite –

Rubidium Compound – Rubidium Carbonate –

Silver Compound – Silver Iodide –

Tin Alloy – Pewter (tin, antimony, copper, bismuth, and sometimes silver) –

Tin Alloys – List –

Wolfram (Tungsten) Alloys – Three Most Common –

Tungsten Compound – Tungsten Carbide –

Vanadium Alloys –

Vanadium Compound – Aniline –’s-Law-Constant

Xenon –

Ytterbium Compounds –

Ytterbium Compound – Ytterbium Fluoride –

Ytterbium Compound – Ytterbium Hydroxide –

Zinc Compound – Zinc Chloride –

Zinc – Galvanized Steel (Zinc/Iron Alloy) –

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