Periodic Table Explorer v.1.7

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The PTE is a brand new way of exploring the periodic table. It has the same functions as the original Periodic Table software plus many more, it also has a completely new and innovative user interface that allows an almost unlimited amount of control over the display.Each display can be opened any number of times, and can show different information. The size, shape and position of each display can be customised too.You can save your favourite layouts for retrieval at a later date. The Periodic Table Explorer comes in two versions.Before downloading, please read the following;Click here for more information on the various versions of the Periodic Table.Standard VersionThe standard install contains the Periodic Table Explorer executable and necessary system files but NO data files, so you MUST have installed the Periodic Table (v3.5.0 or above) first. The original Periodic Table and the Explorer applications will be available to you should you wish to use both. Install this in the same directory as the original application (this is the default). If you want to have access to the explorer and the original then this is the best option.Full VersionThe full version contains the Periodic Table application and the latest version of the data files. Download this version if you have either an old set of data or you wish to install for the first time.Features include:Detailed information on each elementDetails of isotopes and allotropesDetails of important compoundsDetails of reactions with water, air, halogens and acidsImages for each element (126 images in total)including valence and crystal stucture diagramsGlossary of termsGraphs of important element propertiesBiographies for the important scientists and element discoverersView the states of the elements at any temperature (from 0 - 6000k)XP style supportSearch through all contentElectron shell diagrams of each elementAtomic width diagramElement names and the majority of the applications buttons are now available in eight different languages. Unfortunately there is just too much text for me to translate (95000+ words).

The PTE is a brand new way of exploring the ...

 
  • Periodic Table Explorer
  • 1.7
  • Paul Alan Freshney
  • Win Vista, 2000, 2003, XP
  • Freeware
  • 20.8 Mb
  • 176
  • Free
 
 

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