A nine-year-old Pakistani girl, Natalia Najam, smashed the world record of an Indian professor and became the fastest person to arrange the chemical elements of the periodic table. This young resident of Lahore managed to arrange the periodic table in just 2 minutes and 42 seconds on July 18, 2020, and achieved the title of fastest and youngest one to arrange the periodic table on the Guinness World Records.
The video of her official attempt was first shared by a Twitter page ‘Gwadar Pro Official’ in which she can be seen screaming with joy as soon as the judges gave her a resounding thumbs up.
The video was shared with the caption:
Pakistani kid Natalia Najam, a Science enthusiast broke Guinness World Record in #Chemistry. She is now the youngest & fastest person to arrange all elements of the periodic table in record time
Have a look at the post below!
Pakistani kid Natalia Najam,a Science enthusiast broke Guinness World Record in #Chemistry. She is now the youngest & fastest person to arrange all elements of the periodic table in record time
The previous record holder was a India Chemistry Professor.
— Gwadar Pro Official (@Gwadar_Pro) July 30, 2020
The father of the youngest record holder also revealed that Natalia did not go to any formal school and has been educated at home by her parents.
The last record was held by an Indian economics professor named Meenakshi Agarwal who finished the same task in 2 minutes and 49 seconds. Well, we must say, she is a total inspiration for all the young girls who want to pursue their careers in science and make their country proud of their achievements.
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