This is version 4.1 of the Periodic
Table of Elements
, made by Kostas
. It is free to use, and if you decide that you like it or
find it useful, you can drop me an e-mail, telling me your name. This will
give me motives to carry on, and make more complex works in the future.
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The Periodic Table has a lot of features, and as the time goes by, will
become more. There is also a great information database, a very friendly
userface, and a nice way to categorize things. This version, and the others
following, will become your best friend!
The use of this version of The Periodic Table is simple. Here is what you
can find out:
- General information about an element. Here you can find general
information about the elements, such as the name and name origin, a
brief description, who discovered it, where and when, where you can find
the element, where it is used, and its crystal structure. Here you can
also find many images of the minerals that elements can be found, thanks
to 'Amethyst Galleries, Inc.'.
Data. In this section you can find a large amount of information about the element properties: Atomic number and weight, shells and
filling orbital, melting and boiling point, covalent and atomic radius,
atomic volume, electronegativity, oxidation states, 1st, 2nd and 3rd
ionization potential, density, specific heat, heat of vaporization and
fusion, electrical and thermal conductivity.
Nuclides. The place with the information for most of the element
isotopes. You can find the abundance, mass, spin, half life and decay
modes of most known isotopes.
- Custom Charts. Here you can create charts of the
element properties, check their periodicity, and even print them!
the molecular mass of a compound.
- Select the info you want to see, and make your custom printable
copy. Just select in the left, and click create. So easy! Please
remember to print in landscape mode.
- See the New
Elements for Periodic Chart.