4.5
4.48K reviews
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About this app

This fact-filled, image-rich app is the only periodic table you need.

Ideal if you’re a student, teacher or just have an interest in the chemical sciences.

Did you know that neodymium is used in microphones? Or europium in Euro bank notes to help stop counterfeiting? These are just two of the absorbing facts in our customisable app, based on our popular and well-respected Royal Society of Chemistry Periodic Table website.

• See elements in their natural state and real-life applications.
• Check out podcasts and videos.
• Use our interactive slider to see how elements change state as temperature increases, or explore the discovery of the elements through history.
• Customise your app to see only what interests you.
• Use our simple table for quick access to data – like sorting elements in order of increasing density.
Updated on
May 20, 2021

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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No data collected
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Committed to follow the Play Families Policy

Ratings and reviews

4.5
3.97K reviews
Mitchell Jacky
August 13, 2021
This is remarkable! It omits a few allotropes-like metallic hydrogen, but most of that info isn't useful to most users. I give this a 99/100, the layout is fantastic, there is more info than most people are going to need and the only downside is that they overlooked a few allotropes. I mean, congrats on the app, because it slaps. Edit, also if you could possibly put the atomic number (Z) of the elements on the otherwise perfect rank, that'd be the Bees' Knees. Or the Porcupines' Pompadour. :)
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Rishi Pranav Ramakrishnan
August 29, 2021
The app is very good. Everything is perfectly laid out really well and it covers 99% of people's needs. The UI is very intuitive, understandable and customisable because it is the first thing the app asks you when you open it. The only thing that can be improved is the colour choices, but it works fine as it is and I only bring this up is because I am a designer myself. Really great. If you are a student, professional chemist or anyone who needs a hhandy periodic table, get this app.
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Rajnee Dubey
October 14, 2023
Very good app. But a few additions are needed . Such as the electrons per shell and the information about artifical isotopes of elements and some more interesting facts about the elements newly discovered or created .Filters such as artificial elements (overall more informations about isotopes of the elements required) , and Rest the app provides a good deal of information for everyone.
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