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2.3.1
10 April 2011

Periodic table of elements.

Umijin
10 March 2008

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Give Smell-O-Mints a try. It's free.
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Version 2.1

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physchem
06 January 2014
Does not work for me on Mavericks, wasn't updates in almost 4 years… Found cheaper alternatives, not looking back
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Version 2.3.1
paulsrandall
10 April 2011
Check for update in version 2.3 to version 2.3.1 generates: Update Error! An error occurred while downloading the update. Please try again later.
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Version 2.3.1
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RoyPDX
RoyPDX
10 April 2011
Yes, and if you download the update through MacUpdate, it just downloads the previous (2.3) version.
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Tijej
Tijej
11 April 2011
Will be fixed asap. Sorry for the inconvenience.
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Chillin69x
18 April 2010
First off, this product does more than any other I've used, and is great for my offline-needs. Second- I appreciate its nonexistent cost because its such a wonderful application. Lastly, I hope that Copernicium (112) is added. Its a fantastically named element, and I would love the union of it to Elements.
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Version 2.2.1
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Tijej
Tijej
28 July 2010
Copernicum has been added in the v2.3 release. Enjoy !
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Version 2.3
Simonm
02 February 2009
New version seems broken...wait for update!
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Version 2.2
GLW
01 February 2009
On my G4 iMac (OSX 10.5.6) this program gives nothing but a blank window. It seems that something has broken from earlier versions.
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Version 2.2
Simonm
10 March 2008
Is good, but it has a few minor inconsistencies with the latest IUPAC rulings on atomic weights (generally last digits or missing digits). Sorry but as a periodic table it's the first thing I'd check and the last thing you'd expect them to miss. Not that they're likely to affect calculations.
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Version 2.1
Umijin
10 March 2008
Give Smell-O-Mints a try. It's free.
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Version 2.1
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Tijej
Tijej
10 March 2008
Although Smell-O-Mints is nice, it doesn't offer all the functions you have in Elements. Smell-O-Mints offers only basic information on elements (Class, state, radioactive...). Elements is way better. If offers a lot of information, has a nice graph mode, a mass calculator, a comparator, a bohr diagram display. And all that in a very nice GUI. It's not free, but cheap for the number of features you get.
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Version 2.1
Anonymous
03 March 2005
First grade app. Accurate, useful and beautiful.
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Version 1.2
Anonymous
02 March 2005
This thing is freaking awesome and just keeps getting better. Head and shoulders above the others as far as usability and elegance is concerned. And the price is GREAT.
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Version 1.2
Anonymous
26 January 2005
This program is supberb, just magnificent!!!! The interface is beautiful, and the tooltips are an excellent idea. The elemnts drawer is excellent too, as it shows isotopes and an atomic model with electrons!!!!!!! But it's not only the table, it includes a magnitude convertor and a formula weight calculator!!!!! It's completely worth the $10. Keep up this excellent work!!!!!!
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Version 1.1
Anonymous
25 January 2005
Mel Beckman : for some dollars more, you get a "cadillac" type of chemistry info (provided that cadillac is that fancy !! it was in the '60) ... maybe ... but if you don't pay these, you don't get much... in contrast to "Elements", which is far from being that greedy (esp. when the info in these softwares is free of charge from the UC Berkeley web sites... and compiled for free by scientists....) . Also Elements is only at v. 1.1 so, to the authors, keep up the good works... sent to all my students... (hopefully some will pay...) happy NY 2005
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Version 1.1
Anonymous
25 January 2005
Beautiful interface, very easy to use and lot of information. I like the Calculator too. Nice work! Keep going guys.
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Version 1.0.2
Anonymous
20 January 2005
You know, if you guys are going to release bug fixes every couple of days on an app that comes with crippleware restrictions, people are going to get annoyed with you. You aren't going to sell bunches of new installations based on your bug fixes, and it begins to look like you are trying to keep the app in the public eye somewhat artificially. Do your fixes and release a substantial revision every few weeks.
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Version 1.0.2
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Anonymous
Anonymous
20 January 2005
Don't be so aggressiv and have the courage to talk under your name when attacking people. This post look like a troll one. First, they're no "crippleware restrictions" on this product, we propose full feature for 30 days with no limitations. Second, someone find a typing bug and we correct it. We are serious persons and don't want our users deal with wrong data. And we propose new features in this new release. (NB: the 1.0.1 release just be up for a couple of hours because we unfortunetely introduce a problem with serialization for the people who bought this app, and you're not one for sure) I'm sure our registered users are happy to see new functions.
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Version 1.0.2
Anonymous
16 January 2005
This one is cute, but has a lot of limitations compared with tools like Periodic Table X 3.5.x, which has twice as many elemental properties, the ability to create tables of properties, and a ton of ancillary information about each element. This program also has only one or two preference settings, where as PTX lets you configure a slew of things about the startup appearance and behavior -- essential for working chemists. For $5 more, you can get the cadilac. If you are a serious browser of the elements, pass on this one and go straight to Periodic Table X.
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Version 1.0
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Anonymous
Anonymous
20 January 2005
It looks like you are the one making Periodic Table and use competitor's page to advertise your product. If this is the case, this is not fair.
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Version 1.0.2
Anonymous
13 January 2005
Gorgeous, clean and elegant. Well done!
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
12 January 2005
Very nice. Lots of info included, clean interface, simple to use.
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
12 January 2005
Also try Smell-O-Mints. Prettier and free.
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Version 1.0
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Anonymous
Anonymous
12 January 2005
Like spending $10 to support someone's efforts is going to kill you. Sheesh. I love how people want everything for nothing.
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
Anonymous
12 January 2005
Actually, I wrote Smell-O-Mints, and I like Elements better. I think it's worth $10.00. But thanks for the plug anyway.
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Version 1.0