Periodic Table 2022 PRO

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About this app

Chemistry is the science of the chemical elements, their compounds, and the transformations that result from chemical reactions.
It studies what substances make up an object; why and how iron rusts and why tin does not rust; what happens to food in the body; why a solution of salt conducts an electric current while a solution of sugar does not; why some chemical changes occur quickly while others occur slowly.
How chemical plants turn coal, oil, ores, water, and air oxygen into detergents and dyes, plastics and polymers, drugs and metal alloys, fertilizers, herbicides, and insecticides.

Mendeleev Table - an application that will help you dive into a huge and fascinating world of chemistry.
It contains a lot of information that will be useful to you, even if you do not study chemistry.
The app defaults to the IUPAC long periodic table, but you can switch at any time to the short table, which has 8 groups.
Did you know that Hydrogen has a density of 0.0000899 grams/cm³?
That Antimony has an atomic radius of 133pm and the electronegativity of Germany is 2.01.
Tellurium has a boiling point of - 990°C, Aluminum has a boiling point of 2518.82°C

Give the answers to these questions: What is the atomic mass of - Samarium and Polonium?
What is the melting point of Rubidium, what is the RTEC and CAS number assigned to it?
In what year and by whom were Bromium, Gold, Sulfur and Livermorium discovered?
What does Bismuth, Molybdenum, Indium, or Argon look like?
You can find the answers to these and hundreds of other questions in the app - Mendeleev Table 2020.

Benefits of PRO version:
- More interactive tables
- Molecular Mass Calculator
- Access to over 3000 isotopes
- Dictionary of Chemistry terms
- More Information on the Elements
- Radioactivity
- Half-life
- Conductivity
- Electrical type
- Magnetic type
- Electron spectroscopy
- Magnetic spectroscopy
- Temperature superconductivity
- Refractive index
- Thermal conductivity
- Electronegativity
- Bulk modulus of elasticity
- Half-life
- Molar Volume
and much more

To learn more about an element, you simply download the app, click on the element and you will be shown a huge amount of interesting and fascinating information about it.
- Over 380000 reviews
- For most of the chemical elements there is an image
- Wikipedia links for more information about the element
- Solubility Table.
- Powerful search, to find the chemical element you're looking for
- Regular updates with new information
- Sort by family, selected families will be shown in search results and highlighted in the main application table
... much more in the Mendeleev Table 2020 app!

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Feb 18, 2022

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22.6K reviews
Jonathan Metz
June 27, 2020
I rarely give an app five stars. This app is AWESOME! It's well designed: elegant and sleek, (don't change that please!) It's easy to use and intuitive. It's extremely informative and it's catalogue-based format is super accessible. I can't speak for the trained chemist, but for the lay user it is both fun and educational. And I appreciate, as a physics enthusiast, education on the *details* of the periodic table, subatomic physics, and chemistry, and not just simple overviews and summaries.
45 people found this review helpful
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June 28, 2020
Hi Jonathan, thanks for supporting the project and comment! We will make the PRO version even better, add more information, make the animation smoother and more beautiful, add more photos with the elements, find more chemical and physical properties of the elements. I am sure that this application will increase your knowledge of chemistry
A Google user
February 19, 2019
This periodic table app is inexpensive, mostly accurate, and relatively easy to use. I recommend it if you're interested in the periodic table or need to know it. In response to August Software: •All elements above 118 should not have a discovery date as they all have yet to be synthesized. •The ability to see the state of matter for the element(s) as temperature and/or pressure changes would be useful and practical. Most tables list the state of mattee at 20°C (68°F). •Table for color coding
9 people found this review helpful
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February 20, 2019
Hello Zack, thank you very much for supporting the project and for a detailed description of the errors. I heard you and your comments, I will try to correct them as soon as possible. Have a nice day!
A Google user
November 7, 2018
I'm in a nuclear engineering class and the content that is easily available on this app (including isotope data) is really nice to have for a $1 investment. If I could improve something, I'd want to see more radioactivity data such as the energies of emitted gamma rays or the breakdown of macroscopic cross sections (absorbsion, fissile reaction, etc.).
6 people found this review helpful
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November 7, 2018
Hi, thank you very much for supporting the project and for the suggestions! I will certainly write down each item and put them into service. But for the implementation of each, I will spend an indefinite amount of time. Good luck and have a nice day!

What's new

- Added widgets
- Added animated crystal lattices
- Improved app stability
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