Interactive Periodic Table of Elements

Posted on March 14, 2008. Filed under: Uncategorized |

by Tim Cushman 

I can’t say that I refer to a periodic table of elements much these days, but high school Chemistry would have been easier had I been able to access PTable.com.  Here you will find a powerful and highly useful version of the table of elements.  Users can quickly use this dynamic chart to get instant information on elemental properties, orbitals, and isotopes.  For example, you can see what elements do at certain temperatures or view the group an element belongs to based on its color coding. 

In addition, the table is tied into Wikipedia.  Click on any element and get a detailed entry in a pop-up window.  Many of these articles have a spoken-word version. 

Different versions of the table based on year and elements discovered are available those that love science history.

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