Periodic Table

Periodic Table

  • Do you know which chemical elements was in the year 1870 already discovered or which elements has a melting point above 435 °C? This small app can answer your questions. In the first versions I concentrated on the basic informations of the elements. A central feature of the app are the different analyses. Try them. New in version 1.2: - New informations for atomic radius, oxidation states, electronegativity and ionization energy - Posibility to choose between different units for atomic radius and ionization energy - Bug fix for a wrong decimal separator calculation for melting point and boiling poit The app don't support the landscape mode. This was a very difficult decision for me, but I want to add some features in the future which I can't introduce in a functional way in the landscape mode. So I decide to support only the portrait mode. You can use the view button to switch between three different views. Important notice: I do a lot of quality control. But I'm only a human and so I make mistakes. I can't give a guarantee for the correctness of the provided information. You use all information at your own risk. If you find an error, please send me an email to [email protected]. I will correct the error in the next update. Have fun.
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  • 5
  • 1.2.0.0
  • Rolf Borst
  • 2011-07-17 15:58
  • 2011-09-13 07:47
  • 315 KB
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Neat but needs more info about the elements.
 
2011-08-17 05:28 esmaeilk
This is pretty spiffy. Seems to be straight forward and easy to use. Misspelled "this" on the Links page, btw. ;)
 
2011-08-10 05:14 Player858074298
This is pretty spiffy. Seems to be straight forward and easy to use. Misspelled "and" on the Links page, btw. ;)
 
2011-08-07 00:39 Player858074298
Too small to read.
 
2011-07-20 12:06 BuyGoneTimes
 
2011-07-20 14:43 AngelusInsomnus
Periodic Table - Average rating : 7 - Max : 10 - Based on 5 ratings and 5 reviews.

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