World record broken by little Pakistani Professor

Little professor Zidane Hamid broke the  world record for fastest arrangement of the periodic table of elements. He arranged all 118 elements in order in Five minutes and 41 seconds on 28 May 2019 at Pakistan Science Foundation.

He did so under the watchful eye of chemistry Professors Dr. Amin Badshah from Quaid-e-Azam University Islamabad and Dr. Muhammad Zaman Khan from Allama Iqbal Open University, Islamabad, time keepers Raja Tanvir and Mr. Rabnawaz Butt in Pakistan Science Foundation auditorium full of scientists, science students and media personnel.

On his first attempt of the day, more than 150 supporters watched as Zidane placed the last, homemade mosaic tile into place, perfectly completing the periodic table of elements and eventually breaking the Guinness world record for fastest arrangement of the periodic table of elements.

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