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Generate Bohr diagrams of elements.   Shareware ($4.99)
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xElements is a program for generating Bohr diagrams of elements. These diagrams are frequently used in high school science courses to introduce students to the atoms and ions of the various elements. This program will automatically generate different isotopes and ions of the first 20 elements (the ones that work with the "octet rule").

These diagrams can then be exported, copied, or dragged into other applications such as word processors, presentation software, etc. This allows you to easily use the diagrams in articles, Web sites, presentations, handouts, and assignments.
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PPC, Mac OS X 10.2 or later






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Downloads:3,281
Version Downloads:2,231
Type:Education : Science
License:Shareware
Date:12 Aug 2004
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price: $4.99
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xElements is a program for generating Bohr diagrams of elements. These diagrams are frequently used in high school science courses to introduce students to the atoms and ions of the various elements. This program will automatically generate different isotopes and ions of the first 20 elements (the ones that work with the "octet rule").

These diagrams can then be exported, copied, or dragged into other applications such as word processors, presentation software, etc. This allows you to easily use the diagrams in articles, Web sites, presentations, handouts, and assignments.


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