The Ultimate Periodic Table - Look - Think - Learn

  • ID: 2179860
  • Book
  • 1 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Perfect for classroom use, this attractively designed poster encourages students to look at and think about the chemical elements. The unique, color–coded layout allows more than 3,000 element data to be displayed on the chart –– much more than is possible on any standard periodic table. The upper panel shows the physical characteristics of the elements and their important isotopes, while the lower panel contains chemical, biological and geological data. More than 20 different characteristics are displayed for each element, including the first data on the recently discovered, as yet unnamed, heavy elements 112 to 118.

All the data has been painstakingly compiled from international standards and recommendations by the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry, is 100 % error–free and conforms to the latest published information.

A miniature database of chemical and physical information; handy for studying, teaching, and research.
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The chart contains two complete periodic tables in an intuitive, color–coded layout. For each element, the following information is given:

element symbol

element name

atomic number

relative atomic mass

isotope masses

number and abundance of natural isotopes

longest–lived radioisotope, type of decay

abundance in the earth′s crust

first ionization energy

density

melting and boling point

electron configuration

atomic radius

covalent radius

ionic radius by oxidation number

van der Waals radius

electronegativity

oxidation states

reduction potential

physiological significance

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Ekkehard Fluck is the former head of the Gmelin Institute for Inorganic Chemistry (Frankfurt, Germany). He is also a long–time member of the International Council for Science as well as other multi–national scientific organizations.

Klaus Heumann is the former Professor of Analytical Chemistry at the University of Mainz (Germany). He is a long–time member of the IUPAC commission on isotope abundances and atomic weights, in which capacity he is actively involved in shaping the IUPAC recommendations on chemical element data.

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