Explore and Learn About the Elements in Periodic Table With Periodic Table Explorer, Dynamic Periodic Table

Written By Sam on 8 November 2010
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If you are a student or a teacher or an enthusiast who want to know about the periodic table elements then you can try out Periodic Table Explorer. Periodic Table Explorer is a simple windows applications which helps you to know more about the elements present in the Periodic table. Periodic Table Explorer contains detailed information on each element along with images of the elements in their natural state. Apart from this you can also find details of reactions with water, air, halogens and acids; valence and crystal structure diagrams; biographies of many scientists and element discoverers and more.

Periodic Table Explorer Features

  • Detailed information on each element
  • Details of isotopes and allotropes
  • Details of important compounds
  • Details of reactions with water, air, halogens and acids
  • Images for each element (300+ images in total), including valence and crystal structure diagrams
  • Graphs of important element properties
  • Biographies for the important scientists and element discoverers
  • View the states of the elements at any temperature (from 0 – 6000k)
  • Electron shell diagrams of each element (including orbitals)
  • Atomic width diagram

Download Periodic Table Explorer

If you have got an iPhone or iPod Touch you can try out Periodic Table Explorer for iPhone. Periodic Table Explorer contains detailed information on every element of the periodic table including physical properties, isotopes, compounds, production/isolation, atomic and mass attenuation data, over 200 images and more. You can also search glossary, biographies, compounds, formulae and over 1200 pages of content.

Download Periodic Table Explorer [iTunes Link]

If you do not wish to install any software then you can try out Periodic Table of Elements at http://www.ptable.com. Dynamic Periodic Table is an interactive Web 2.0 periodic table with dynamic layouts showing names, electrons, oxidation, trend visualization, orbitals, isotopes, search.

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