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Interactive Periodic Table

Interactive Periodic Table

This site provides students with an interactive periodic table. Students can click on an individual element and learn its atomic weight, melting point, boiling point, density, percentage within the Earth's crust, year of discovery, group, electron configuration and its ionization energy. Students can set the periodic table to show orbitals. Within this selection, the periodic table is color coded to show which elements belong in the s block, p block, d block or f block and when a student scrolls over a specific element, one can see the correct orbital configuration. Students can further set the periodic table to show the element types such as non metals, noble gases, alkali metals, alkaline metals, metalloids, halogens, transition metals, other metals and rare Earth metals. Furthermore,... Show More
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