Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Get your own Printable Periodic Table

I’ve search around and come across some pretty cool periodic tables, for those who haven’t got one yet, you can now get a nice printable version.
These Tables can be printed out on a large poster for your wall or for the science lab wall, i'm thinking on printing some on T-shirts.

Disclaimer: I haven’t created any of the following tables; all rights are retained by the original authors of them

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      
  • www.periodni.com is a nice source of printable periodic tables (in different LANGUAGES!!) among other material, give them a visit and they might fill your needs.
This is what you can find there.

 
This is a periodic table with basic rules for balancing chemical equations and some constants, it has a ruler aswell.
 



A nice black and white version of the periodic table with basic information; the atomic weights of the elements are rounded to 5 significant figures.
  

 

This is a printable color version; the colors denote the element groups.




For those who want a Periodic Table as desktop feel free to use this one (they have it in other resolutions), to get it just save this image directly.






                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      
  •  www.elementsdatabase.com has 2 versions of a basic Periodic Table, very useful for learning the basic characteristics of chemical elements.

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  • Mr. Allan is a High school Science teacher; He made 5 of the following tables the rest were gathered by him from different sources. This is his site where you can find the rest of them: http://www.sciencegeek.net
  • These 2 tables are my personal favorite, Dr. Jon Wittwer wanted to "create a table that would pack as much property data onto a single 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of paper as reasonably possible.", I love all the info you can get from it.



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 Source: http://www.vertex42.com/ExcelTemplates/periodic-table-of-elements.html
  • These are some of Mr. Allan's creations.
 
Average molar masses are rounded to two decimal places. The table also includes electronegativity values. Element symbols are color coded (black = solid, red = gas, blue = liquid).
 

This a version that is color-coded by element classes, and includes the usual information, but also the atomic radius of each element.
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This is a similar version but also the electronegativity of each element.
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  • These tables were gathered by Mr. Allan

 
This is the periodic table used with the California Standardized Test in Chemistry. It has 2 sides and the back of the table includes equations and constants.


 
This table shows the ions formed by the elements. It also contains an excellent table of polyatomic ions. It is the product of Joel Weiner, who teaches at Evanston Township High School in Evanston.


A periodic table with color, from the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. Includes other useful data such as electron configuration, melting point, boiling point, oxidation states and more.
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The black and white version of the Lawrence Berkeley Lab Table
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Los Alamos Nuclear Lab provides colorful table. It has a noble-gas configuration notation for each element.
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This table is the black and white version of the Los Alamos periodic table.
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This table is produced by the Physics Lab at NIST, the National Institute of Standards and Technology. It has a very colorful background.



 
A good basic table from the New York Regents. This black and white table includes electron configurations.




Source: Find more at http://www.sciencegeek.net/tables/tables.shtml

Coming up next!!: Hydroxides Nomenclature

7 comments:

Jessica Thompson said...

Wow, thanks!

Zach said...

Thanks, I imagine this will come in handy for the science buffs

Vague Raconteur said...

I'm doing A level Chemistry, so when I get some more ink for my printer this'll be perfect! Thanks man! Favourited and followed :D

Bremsy said...

thankies for sharing mate

EssentialUnderground said...

Thanks will download !

Randall A. said...

Is it weird that I really like periodic tables?

Nerdy high school kid FTW!

vinex08 said...

yeah!! thanks. .. been looking for this.

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