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Periodic Table of the Elements

By Kevin Neelands

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Description

This is a standard periodic table of the elements - a necessity for anyone interested in or even exposed chemistry. However, the version differs in that instead of cramming all the information for an element into one little square, you can select a chemical attribute and have the entire chart color coded to plainly show how the different elements vary with regard to the selected trait.
You can select
1. Atomic Number
2. Chemical Family
3. Electronegativity
4. Radioactivity
5. Melting Point
6. Boiling Point
7. State (Solid, Liquid or Gas)
When State is selected you can change the temperature using a slider control to see the states of the elements at the temperature you select.

What's New in Version 1.3

Some spelling have been corrected,
some column headings have been corrected

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Customer Reviews

Good for a quick reference but has a lot of incorrect info

All of the elements from 58 (cerium) have the wrong electron configurations written, the correct subshell name for 't' is actually 'f' I don't know where you got 't' from...? Also on the info panel for neon shows it's symbol as N instead of Ne, it's not nitrogen... And also the electron configurations in the pictures when you click on a element are incorrect. The correct order of places in electron shells is 2, 8, 18, 32 etc. not 2,8,8 whatever you made it? But apart from that is is a good quick reference so 3/5

Where was this when I was in Year 8 Science - Class 1993

Awesome! Thanks very much. I like quick reference apps.

Absolute zero

This app is incorrect, their minimum temperature is -275K, which is even more theoretically impossible than-273K
If I could rate this absolute 0 out of 5 I would.

Periodic Table of the Elements
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  • Free
  • Category: Education
  • Updated: 25 July 2010
  • Version: 1.3
  • Size: 0.2 MB
  • Language: English
  • Seller: Kevin Neelands

Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.2 or later. Compatible with iPad.

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