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Periodic table of the elements


LANL: Periodic Table of Elements

The Los Alamos National Laboratory publishes an annotated periodic table of elements as a resource for K-12 students. This accessible resource was originally created by Robert Husted back in 1992, but has since been updated and redesigned by other chemists at Los Alamos. The site's strength is its simplicity; students can click on each element to discover additional information. Each element's...

Educators looking for ways to keep classrooms interactive in remote settings should check out Ptable, a highly regarded tool for chemistry teachers. Featuring the self-described "world's most popular periodic table," this interactive science site is packed with information and activities. A variety of unique features make Ptable stand out from similar sites. For example, data updates in realtime...
The Periodic Table of the Elements, in Pictures and Words

For science educators looking for ways to engage young learners with the periodic table of elements, Keith Enevoldsen offers The Periodic Table of the Elements, in Pictures and Words. This website includes an interactive periodic table, where users can click on any element in the table to learn additional information about the element. Each element features an illustration (usually depicting a...