[ December 14, 2021 ]
The name of this shape is Mendeljev's Palindromes.
Exploring Mendeljev's Palindromes
Posting from Lucas Rouchere (email) ( pseudonym Jean-Eude )
Why? Because I use the elements of the
periodic table and their atomic number.
So I take a word and try to use the elements
of the periodic table to make that word.
Let's take my name : Lucas
So the word Lucas may be split up into Lu-C-As
(Lu : Lutecium, C : Carbon, As : Arsenic).
Next, we see atomic numbers associated
with the elements of the periodic table.
So Lutecium has an atomic number of 71,
Carbon is 6, and Arsenic is 33.
After concatenation, Lucas becomes 71633,
but alas it is not a palindrome.
Moreover some words can be written
in differents manners.
Lucas for instance can be written Lu-Ca-S
(with Lutecium, Calcium and Sulfur).
His record palindrome sprouts from the word Choices
Refer to his list in the next section hereunder.