Identify the atomic number, atomic mass, number of protons, neutrons, and electrons in an atom of an element using the periodic table 0807.9.10
Links verified 9/21/2014
- American Elements - This commercial site offers an interactive periodic table.
- Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleev - We will never be able to attribute to a single individual the development of the basic building blocks of writing. Yet we do know the name of the man who devised the method of classifying the basic building blocks of matter. Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleev!
- Dynamic Periodic Table -
- Flash version of the table - Move your cursor over an elements for information.
- Periodic Table - using the menu on the left students can configure the table in several ways
- Periodic Table - produced by the Royal Society of Chemistry
- Periodic Table from ChemiCool
- Periodic Table - This common chemistry tool is presented as a PowerPoint show with web links to pages about each element. Invisible buttons are used on slide 2. (There are 109 invisible buttons on one slide.) Download the show and take a look!
- Periodic Table: Awesome Science Teacher Resources - long list of links
- Periodic Table of Technology - how elements are used in everyday tech-use
- Periodic Table of the Elements in Pictures - two pages to print; one with drawings one with words
- Photographic Periodic Table -
- Printable Periodic Tables - large list of various forms, or various languages, of the table provided by the Science Geek
- Proton Don - a FunBrain game using a periodic table that contains the elements' symbols and their periodic numbers.
- Quiz on "The Structure and Groups of the Periodic Table"
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