Periodic Table 4+

Kejian Jin

Designed for iPad

    • $0.99



A reference application for Periodic Table in Chemistry.

- No network connection needed.
- Easy to zoom in and out periodic table with two fingers
- Show details description and history about certain element
- Show many physical properties of an element such as oxidation states, density, electron configuration, thermal conductivity and more.
- A tool help all students memorize the elements
- A important reference for any student who studies chemistry.
- A important referenece for anyone in chemistry field.
- Easy and simple to use.

New: It comes with the history of each element

What’s New

Version 6.1

Performance Improvement

Ratings and Reviews

Marcus Voltaire ,

This App is Wrong

If I could I would give this negative stars. The periodic table and the reference list to not match up. Like element on the periodic table with atomic number 108 is Hassium, but on the reference list this element, along with others, is not listed. Instead the element that is listed has having the same Atomic number and mass is Unniloctium. On top of this the periodic table is way out dated. Bottom line, this application is a sad attempt made by a 6-year old to paste together a couple of internet sources into a application and then sell it for a dollar. THIS IS A SKAM.

iPadiMac ,

Most Useful

While this periodic table lacks the bling of some of the other periodic table, it is the only one that provides quick reference to the most commonly used items on the table. This makes it by far the most useful one available for quickly referencing molar masses. In addition to the general table, that can be pinched to zoom, press and hold gives access to more general info.

My only problem with the table is that is is little more than a scanned image of someone else's table. This causes pixelation at high zoom and should be replaced with a vector version, but more seriously I question whether the developer actually has permission to use the image.

Pessia ,

Decent reference, could be better

This periodic table app seems serviceable enough. Overall, a good alternative to the back cover or your high school chemistry textbook. Characteristics provided for each element are plentiful, but the "What is...?" blurb is underdeveloped. The one for silver, for example, could talk about it's naturally occurring isotopes being nearly equally abundant. The attempt to list practical applications of the elements is good, but falls short. Osmium, for example, has none listed, though it is the densest element and is often found in fountain pen nibs and routinely used as a contrast agent for electron microscopy.

There is a prettier periodic table app out there, with photos of the elements, but it doesn't have nearly as many useful physical characteristics.

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