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  • Category: Books & Reference / Reference
  • Published by: Revolution Software ?
  • Size: 33.9 MB
  • Supported processors: ARM, x86, x64
  • Language: English (United States) and 9 other languages ?
  • Learn more: Website & Support
  • Notes:
    - First version in Dutch! - Fix layout bug on Windows 10 Previous release: - Fix crash on Windows 10 when resizing the window quickly - New custom view options on the app bar! - Show groups and periods on the table - Maximized mode to use all the screen for the table

Periodic Table

The Periodic Table app contains detailed chemical and physical information of all chemical elements. Spice up your chemistry on Windows!

Features:

  • Customizable table view with the elements in a color-coded periodic table
  • Beautiful element view with chemical and physical information, images and links
  • Pin elements to the Start screen for easy access
  • Search elements by name, symbol or atomic number
  • Full support for multiple views and orientations
  • Also available on the Windows Phone Store

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242 comments



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28 March 2016

This app can made to memorize the element of periodic table and very stylist to look


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16 March 2016

Gives complete information about elements!


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7 February 2016

Wonderful App!! Just love it!! Its GUI is awesome!!


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6 February 2016

This app is just amazing. It can show you the electron configuration on the table. How cool is that, huh?


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2 February 2016

I was looking for some sort of periodic table app and the first thing that pops up is this wonderful app and i'm like "Oh ok sure this is gonna help (not)" and then it really helped!


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5 January 2016

very good app . the updated app has all the recent elements


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27 October 2015

This is the best periodic table app for Windows RT / 10, and is a big help for students taking Chemistry! Please keep compatibility with Windows 8.1 & RT 8.1 devices!


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19 October 2015

vry intrstng


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11 September 2015

This is a great app, but it's missing the most common charges for each atom. It tells you all of them, which is great. But I'm not sure which to use sometimes.


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7 September 2015

Pretty good, but it doesn't provide information on half-life, type of decay, etc. All it says is "radioactive: yes". Well, since all elements are subject to sub-atomic decay, all elements emit sub-atomic (and hence radioactive) particles. This won't help with those school assignments that involve physical rather than chemical principles.

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