A fun periodic table where the elements have personality.
Discover the melting and boiling points of each of the elements or the configuration of the electrons.
Completely rebuilt with smoother animations and sound effects. More importantly, we've updated with all the new elements found in the last few years – from Nihonium to Oganesson!
Also includes information about electron configurations, melting and boiling point and density of each of the elements.
On top of all that, electrons are now visually grouped in their proper orbits (up to around 40 electrons, it gets hard to follow with more than that!).
Ratings and Reviews
*** Please make more math apps!! ***
I agree, perfect for memorization. Very well thought out graphics. Would like to see more information on each element .. oooh, make the elements talk! Ex: touch what u want more info on, let's say 'transitional element' then touch the element itself & it answers!
*****Also...please, please please make an app. for fractions & the multiplication table .... everything related to math!! **
I have struggled w/math my entire life (I am 47), but I now have the Periodic Table memorized thanks to your app. I have been recently diagnosed w/ADD, & I almost cried from how useful your app is. It is engaging & very visual.. a way of learning I am just now finding out I need.
Good job, & best of luck. I'll be watching for those math (Algebra, please) apps.!!!! Thank you sooo much!
Simple and useful
Light and basic, it would be entertaining to see the background change based on the element as well. It would be helpful to show the neutron information too.
A great change would be to allow you to add or remove electrons, protons and neutrons and change the elements.
Personality n info
This would be the best app ever if you could tell each elements characteristics when u drag it around or touch it. And then something like a double tap on the screen to flip it over for info on the element (what it's used for, valence electrons, boiling/melting/freezing point, and what not). I'd think it'd be nice if there could be a separate mode where you're "in the lab" and you stick two atoms together and see how they react. Just a thought. But other than that... They're cute.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.