By Royal Society of Chemistry
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This fact-filled, image-rich app is the only periodic table you need.
Ideal if you’re a student, teacher or just have an interest in the chemical sciences.
Did you know that neodymium is used in microphones? Or europium in Euro bank notes to help stop counterfeiting? These are just two of the absorbing facts in our free, user-friendly and customisable app, based on our popular and well-respected Royal Society of Chemistry Periodic Table website.
• See elements in their natural state and real-life applications.
• Check out podcasts and videos.
• Use our interactive slider to see how elements change state as temperature increases, or explore the discovery of the elements through history.
• Customise your app to see only what interests you.
• Use our simple table for quick access to data – like sorting elements in order of increasing density.
What's New in Version 1.3
Includes the latest data and pinch-to-zoom on images. This release also includes analytics to give us information about usage of the Periodic Table app. Analytics data are anonymous. If you don’t want to send analytics data untick 'Allow usage tracking' in the settings menu.
This is an awesome app, so much information about all the elements that I don't even know how they managed to get all this information. I have two minor problems about the app though. One, at a certain point they stopped providing atom models for the elements and I would have liked to see atom models for heavier elements like Plutonium. Also, the top 3 producing and holding countries only existed for some elements and there were some elements that didn't have them that definitely did, like Aluminium.
ubest periodic table
my god this periodic table is the ubest and it helped me with me chemistry and oh my god i love periodic tables and francium is the ubest element i hope you all get the periodic table app because it is the ubest app and help me with my actinides presentation please you can do it if you just download this ubest app make sure you download this wonderful royal periodic ubest table so you can learn about francium and actinides
I would suggest to include the ionic radius of each element. It's gonna be another table that correspond to the ionic radius of each CN (high or slow spin) for that element. Really important (useful) data!
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- Category: Education
- Updated: Sep 14, 2016
- Version: 1.3
- Size: 60.8 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Royal Society of Chemistry
- © Royal Society of Chemistry 2015. All rights reserved. Registered charity number: 207890.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.