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Chemicool Periodic Table

An easy to follow periodic table of the elements. Includes a variety of information on each element including states etc.

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An Interactive Periodic Table

A clickable periodic table that gives detailed element information on the history of its discovery, sources, as well as its compounds, isotopes and uses.

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WebElements Periodic Table

Select an element from the periodic table for a description and basic physical and historical data.

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Periodic Table

A periodic table with a database of element x-ray properties including edge energy, edge yield and fluorescent jumps

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The Periodic Table of Videos

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 ...

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WebElements - periodic table of the elements

A periodic table where you click on an element and are taken to another page giving more information about that element

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Periodic table of the elements

An interactive periodic table of the elements

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Maths solves problem of wobbly tables

Mathematics shows that turning a wobbly table 90 degrees will steady it.

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Science Trek Applets

Applets demonstrating EM waves, Quantum Atoms, Polarization, the Periodic Table and Isotopes and Radioactivity all from the physics 2000 website

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Henry Moseley

A British chemist who studied under Rutherford and brilliantly developed the application of X-ray spectra to study atomic structure; his discoveries resulted in a more accurate positioning of ...

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