Here are some links to science resources that you might find interesting or helpful:
Interactive Periodic Tables
- ptable.com: I like this one because it also shows the table in wide mode, and is easy to navigate
- periodictable.com (1): This is probably the best site for looking up properties in a table (an extensive list on the right of the page).
- periodictable.com (2): This is the home page with a fantastic photographic, interactive periodic table.
- Jefferson Labs: Excellent general table. Site has lots of resources.
- Web Elements: Extensive info on chemical and physical properties in sidebar
- WebMineral: Great place to start with a concise summary, even though the majority of the site is devoted to minerals
- Royal Society of Chemistry
- University of Nottingham: This one is cool because the Nottinghammers have made a video about each element.
- Environmental Chemistry: Lists exposure limits. Also good info on sources of element & health.
- MysteryMaster: I think this is someone’s student project -- but it’s a concise, simple table
- Wolfram Alpha: This is actually a knowledge engine. Type in your element and the engine will return some good info on your element
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Velocity problems (for class on 9/13)