Iceidium would be the one and only element that could fit in a new group: “phantastic elements”!
What’s really still missing in the periodic table of elements is iceidium, the basic building block element for ice cream! It is probably an element that decays quickly, because after a short time there is less and less of it, if it ever sees the inside of a refrigerator.
It really depends on the ionisation with which you have iceidium. Ionisations that cause vanilla ice cream and strawberry ice cream have a shorter half-life as, say pistachio ice cream. This means that after a short time, only remnants of Iceidium can be detected in …, let’s say in the middle of a group of children.
Furthermore, iceidium is the only element that can adapt to climatic and cultural conditions. In summer temperatures and/or in crowds, the half-life decreases dramatically! When both factors coincide, iceidium is very difficult to detect, but traces of it can be found on almost every garment!
Classification in the periodic table:
Even if researchers are well supplied with iceidium in the form of vanilla, chocolate, stracciatella, walnut or pistachio ice cream, it is very difficult to obtain clear results from the researche. They still ask for more and claim to be able to experiment with the large quantities of Iceidium they receive, but – very, very, very unfortunately – because of the short half-life, they are unable to deliver any results. In the process of elimination, it is currently possible to make an approximate statement about the classification: No noble gas, no halogen, no mono- or bi-atomic element. Iceidium would be the one and only element that could fit in a new group: “phantastic elements”!
Does the periodic table of the elements have to be rewritten?
Fact is: in the previous system there are the subdivisions: SOLID / LIQUID / GASEOUS. But the present iceidium is FROZEN! So definitely a state between solid and liquid. Since the world still has to deliver a lot of iceidium to the research laboratories until a final result is established. Work have to be done! Please don’t hesitate to drop us a line in the comments below if you have any further clues about this peculiar element!