This is a complete mnemonic system for memorizing the entire periodic table of elements.

You’ll need a few resources:

(1) Make sure you’re fresh on number mnemonics.

(2) Listen to the podcast episode using the blue player above.

(3) Look at the images below to follow along.

(4) Throughout your learning, use these flashcard sets.

(5) When you’re ready to draw, look at the¬†periodic table here as a model.

Images:

memorize the periodic table of elements with mnemonics (alkali metals memory palace)

Alkali metals memory palace.

memorize the periodic table of elements with mnemonics (alkaline metals memory palace)

Alkaline metals memory palace.

memorize the periodic table of elements with mnemonics (lanthanoids memory palace)

Lanthanides memory palace.

memorize the periodic table of elements with mnemonics (actinoids memory palace)

Actinides memory palace.

memorize the periodic table of elements with mnemonics (transition metals memory palace)

Transition metals memory palace.

memorize the periodic table of elements with mnemonics (post-transition metals memory palace)

Post-transition metals memory palace.

memorize the periodic table of elements with mnemonics (metalloids memory palace)

Metalloids memory palace.

memorize the periodic table of elements with mnemonics (memory palace for "other nonmetals")

Memory palace for “other nonmetals”.

memorize the periodic table of elements with mnemonics (memory palace for halogens)

Memory palace for halogens.

memorize the periodic table of elements with mnemonics (memory palace for noble gases)

Memory palace for noble gases.

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Music credit: Maurice Ravel’s String Quartet, 2nd movement, performed by the US Army Band.