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Interactive Periodic Table

The American Chemical Society offers a Macromedia Flash version of the periodic table.

A user can click on a single element and view various properties, such as atomic number, molar mass, metling point, atomic radius, and many other properties. A user can also view the electron configuration of each element using a secondary table. A third table allows the ability to graph several properties, such as ionization energy or electronegativity.

Posted by Brian Gray on May 23, 2005 08:56 AM
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Also if you're not a fan of flash or want to be able to copy and paste text Webelements is pretty sweet. It got me through AP Chem.

Posted by: Alex at May 23, 2005 06:23 PM