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An interactive element game. It asks the questions, you provide the answers. Useful and reasonably entertaining game based around the periodic table elements.
A periodic table where you click on an element and are taken to another page giving more information about that element
An easy to follow periodic table of the elements. Includes a variety of information on each element including states etc.
In the modern periodic table, the elements are actually arranged in order of increasing atomic number--that's the number of protons in one atom of a particular element.
From Hydrogen to Ununoctium, the strange properties of each element of the periodic table are brought to life by the videos on this site. Take your pick to watch explosive experiments and find out ...
Atoms of the same element can have different numbers of neutrons; the different possible versions of each element are called isotopes.
A look at the process and equipment scientists use to make new elements.
Many of the ideas of quantum mechanics which went into the model of the hydrogen atom can also be used to understand helium, oxygen, copper and iron - in fact all of the elements.
Describes the function of some simple machines. You can move on to the 'Gadget Anatomy' page to identify the elements used in some common devices.
Interactive tool for students in atomic science, allowing comparison of different x-ray spectra with standard spectra of elements for identification of sample composition.
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