Periodic Table Explorer
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Complete reference for the elements.   Commercial ($0.99)
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The Periodic Table Explorer is the complete reference for the elements of the periodic table. It contains over 1400 pages of (searchable) text, a glossary of terms, biographies of important chemists, lists of compounds, hundreds of scientific constants, and over two hundred images!

In addition, there are lists of elements by property (melting point, discovery date, etc.).
What's New
Version 1.3.2:
  • Tweaks to GUI and other minor fixes.
Requirements
  • Intel, 64-bit processor
  • OS X 10.6 or later



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Gropierre reviewed on 17 Nov 2011
Very nice app. The size indicated is 195 MB, it's more like 19.5 MB
[Version 1.1]

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burypromote
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Bud_simrin replied on 17 Nov 2011
But… it is not free. $1.99 in App Store.
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Downloads:1,171
Version Downloads:52
Type:Education : Science
License:Commercial
Date:06 Mar 2014
Platform:Intel 64 / OS X
Price: $0.99
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The Periodic Table Explorer is the complete reference for the elements of the periodic table. It contains over 1400 pages of (searchable) text, a glossary of terms, biographies of important chemists, lists of compounds, hundreds of scientific constants, and over two hundred images!

In addition, there are lists of elements by property (melting point, discovery date, etc.).


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