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Two Excellent Periodic Table Apps for Learners

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Students might benefit from periodic tables as learning aids. They provide chemical element information in the form of a tabular display. These elements are arranged according to their atomic numbers “from hydrogen, which has the lowest atomic number, to oganesson, which has the greatest atomic number. The number of protons in the nucleus of an atom of a given element is its atomic number.” In this post, we’ll show you two fantastic periodic table apps that may help students with their lessons.

 

1- Periodic Table Chemistry 4

The Periodic Table  Chemistry has a lot of cool features. These features include the ability to explore elements in 3D or display virtual elements in AR; export as images to other apps such as Pages or Word or print them directly using ElementCard; take snapshots of AR Elements using your camera; and provides both fundamental and advanced information (e.g., name, symbol, atomic number, atomic mass, electronic configuration).

 

2- The Elements by Theodore Gray

Another excellent tool for students about the periodic table and how to collaborate to create the world we live in. The Elements is a collection of interesting and graphically rich stories that convey knowledge about elements. “Start off on a living periodic table where every element is shown with a smoothly rotating sample. To read about gold, tap the gold nugget. Immediately you see the sample filling the screen, photographed to razor sharpness and rotating around a complete circle in front of your eyes. Enjoy the extensive array of facts and figures. Next find a fascinating story about the element, surrounded by carefully photographed objects representing it. Every one of these objects, well over 500 in total, is a freely rotatable, live object that you can examine from all sides and pinch zoom to see in unprecedented detail”.

Translation into a variety of languages, including Dutch, Finish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, and many more; fascinating visual narrative; 3D rotation of all items; explanatory introduction, and more are among the features offered by The Elements.

Have fun learning!

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