Periodic Table Explorer 1.9 beta

November 14th, 2016 :: Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8/10

 

The application contains all the elements of the Periodic Table along with images of the elements in their natural state, as well as lots of other information and interactive displays.

The Periodic Table Explore has a completely new and innovative user interface that allows for an almost unlimited amount of control over the display.

Each display can be opened any number of times, and can show different information. The size, shape and position of each display can be customised too.

You can save your favourite layouts for retrieval at a later date.
There are two downloads available: an installer for Windows 2000/XP/Vista/78 (the recommended options) or a ZIP archive for those that wish to run the software from a USB stick or similar.

If you are using this Periodic Table in a school / college or other institue of learning and would like to add your own content, or customise existing content, then please click here.

The Installer and Zip archive downloads now contain everything. The Classic and Explorer versions of the application and all data.

Features


Detailed information on each element
Details of isotopes and allotropes
Details of important compounds
Details of reactions with water, air, halogens and acids
Images for each element (300+ images in total), including valence and crystal stucture diagrams
Glossary of terms
Graphs of important element properties
Biographies for the important scientists and element discoverers
View the states of the elements at any temperature (from 0 - 6000k)
XP style support
Search through all content
Electron shell diagrams of each element (including orbitals)
Atomic width diagram
Element names and the majority of the applications buttons are now available in eight different languages. Unfortunately there is just too much text for me to translate (95000+ words).

Periodic Table and Data Windows opened.

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Data Window and Atomic Structure window.

The Image and Data windows.

Multiple Windows!

The Atomic Structure, Data and Electron configuration windows.

Data Window and the Periodic Table window

Coloured by melting point.

The Search Window and Data Window.