FREE Periodic Table of the Chemical Elements (Mendeleev's Table)

FREE Periodic Table of the Chemical Elements (Mendeleev's Table)

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Free Periodic Table. The advanced book add Melting & boiling points, Density, Electronegativity, Electron affinity, and much more. Search: MobileReference Periodic Table.

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Free Periodic Table. The advanced book add Melting & boiling points, Density, Electronegativity, Electron affinity, and much more. Search: MobileReference Periodic Table.

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  • Formatted for a small screen
  • Atomic numbers, symbols & weights
  • Chemical symbols and more...
  • Easy to navigate.
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Table of Contents

Periodic Table: Standard | Large

List of elements sorted by: Atomic number (including atomic Mass) | Name | Symbol | Boiling Point | Melting Point | Density | Atomic radius | Electronegativity | Electron affinity | Ionization potential | Standard enthalpy change of vaporization | Standard enthalpy change of fusion | Specific heat capacity

About Periodic Table: Arrangement | Periodicity of chemical properties | Electron configuration | Naming of elements | Chemical symbols | History

Chemical Series: Alkali metal | Alkaline earth metal | Lanthanides | Actinides | Transition metals | Poor metals | Metalloids | Nonmetals | Halogens | Noble gases

Appendix: IUPAC nomenclature | Metric system (SI) | SI writing style | Powers of 10 prefixes | United States units conversion

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781607787990
Publisher:
MobileReference
Publication date:
12/15/2009
Series:
Mobi Reference Series
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
14,870
File size:
189 KB

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FREE Periodic Table of the Chemical Elements (Mendeleev's Table) 3.3 out of 5 based on 2 ratings. 1037 reviews.
Cheap_Reader More than 1 year ago
While many people may not want a periodic table on their nook, this does the job. This is not just the table. There is also discussion of how the table's history, and descriptions of the commonalities of the elemental families. The discussions are quick and easy to read. I highly recommend downloading this and learning about something about chemistry. Even if you don't think you ever use chemistry, most people do while cooking, cleaning and taking a shower.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
One of the things i didnt like about this book is that its based on mendeleev's table which is not the table we use now. Many elements are missing and some are in the wrong order. See medeleev's table was base on arranging the elements in the increase of atomic masses and similar chemical properties. Moseley's table (the current periodic table system) fixed all of the inconsistant placings of elements because he arranged the elements in the increase of atomic numbers not masses. This book has many flaws due to the choice of scientist its based on if it was based on moseley it would more accurate and helpful to scalors this however is just a book on how the table was wrong until 1913
qubit More than 1 year ago
I thought this was going to be just a picture of the periodic table, which is all I want. But it's not. That's OK it actually does have the complete table (though not as a single graphical picture) and a lot of chemistry facts, too. PS what is the deal with these reviews? You give it one star because you don't need it and have not read it? Why even give a review, kid?
AmiePS More than 1 year ago
This is a good reference but does not contain all of the book. Since it is free if you don't like delete. If you use it than look at getting the whole book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is amazing and is really helpful. And also, to anyone who said it is too small on the nook, if you double tap it it comes up as a picture that you can zoom in and out. However, i agree it was a little hard to navigate.
-ALB- More than 1 year ago
Bought this for my kids and it has come in handy,
Chris LaBudde More than 1 year ago
This book would be good for school. ALL TEACHERS ON THIS...BUY THIS BOOK,YOU'LL NEED IT.
Mary McCarty More than 1 year ago
well, who doesn't love a whole bunch of elements ranked by atomic number?! I mean really!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is not helpful. Id rate zero stars if i can.
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It is useless without the whole table.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is helpful, but it doesn't show the whole table. I gave it 4 stars because it still has a bunch of facts but not the whole table........
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Best book for science
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
detailed info
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Dr_HowardHN More than 1 year ago
good for a quick reference, but not much information compared to academic and professional websites.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Free version aint that great but full version is complete.
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