Pakistani champ sets periodic Guinness World Record
Pakistan’s child Zidane Hamid once again breaks world record. Little professor got himself into Guinness Book of World Record for fastest arrangement of the periodic table elements in a very short span of time of 5 minutes and 41 seconds.
The pride of nation, 9 year old Zidane broke his own record too by assembling the periodic table almost 1 minute prior to his earlier record at Pakistan Science Foundation (PSF).
Earlier, this record was made by Professor Vilas Pol of America’s Prude University who attempted in 8 minutes and 36.25 seconds on August 2018.
Moreover, Ali Ghaddar at Safir Schools broke in 6 minutes and 44 seconds on February 2019. But now the young Pakistani champ broke the record in 5 minutes and 41 seconds.
Zidane recognized with many names, concerning on periodic tables he known as chemistry cockroach as he solved the very tricky 118 elements cluttered in front of him without having their atomic numbers and no sign on the board just the blank grid; he arranged them all in their respective positions in a short time.
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