Sunday, October 30, 2011

Periodic Table Review: Los Alamos Laboratory

This Table is very simple and basic, you can find it in color and Black/White presentations and the best of all, it is in high Resolution so you can print it.
To download the printable version click here.


This is like any basic table but with one more feature: Electronic Configurations
  • Name of Element
  • Symbol
  • Atomic Mass
  • Atomic Number
One thing to notice is that his table does have a the group numbers, but doesn't have the Period numbers.
It has references for the colors of the Elements and their aggregation state, but as you might noticed it does not provide information about the color of the Element types such as noble gases or Alkaline or Transition metals.
I wouldn't recommend this table to students starting to learn chemistry but it is good for those going through Inorganic introduction and Electronic Configuration.


Hento the loony repairman :D said...

a different color code for specific purpose, i always saw these at school but the theachers told us to ignore them, now i know why!

Xenofonte said...

nice had no idea
thx for the Intel =D

HTCAndroidChef said...

lol teachers told us to ignore also

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