On the Subject of the Periodic Table

What do you do with a sick defuser? If you can’t helium, and you can’t curium, then you might as well barium.

  • This module shows an element’s name, a symbol, a number and the periodic table of elements.
  • Follow the steps below and press the button with the same atomic number in the periodic table that is calculated in Step 5.
  • Pressing the right button will solve the module.
  • Pressing the wrong button will end up in a strike.
  • The Periodic Table can be found below or here.
Step 1:
  • Find the atomic number of the shown Element’s Name.
  • Add the number of batteries to this number.
  • Multiply this number with the corresponding colour in Table 1.

Table 1

Colour Number
Red 1
Orange 2
Yellow 3
Green 4
Blue 5
White/Grey 6
Step 2:
  • Find the atomic number of the shown Symbol.
  • Add the number of ports to this number.
  • Multiply this number with the corresponding colour in Table 1.
Step 3:
  • Find the atomic number of the shown Number :P.
  • Add the number of indicators to this number.
  • Multiply this number with the corresponding colour in Table 1.
Step 4:
  • Find the atomic number of the coloured button.
  • The squares with stars do not count!
  • Add the sum of the digits in the serial number to this number.
  • Multiply this number with the corresponding colour in Table 1.
Step 5:
  • Add up all the final numbers from the previous steps.
  • Subtract 118 from this number until the number is between 1 and 118 (1 and 118 INCLUDING).
  • When at 0 or lower: You have gone too far!

The Periodic Table of Elements