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H

Hydrogen

1 1.01
He

Helium

2 4
Li

Lithium

3 6.94
Be

Beryllium

4 9.01
B

Boron

5 10.81
C

Carbon

6 12.01
N

Nitrogen

7 14.01
O

Oxygen

8 16
F

Fluorine

9 19
Ne

Neon

10 20.18
Na

Sodium

11 22.99
Mg

Magnesium

12 24.31
Al

Aluminium

13 26.98
Si

Silicon

14 28.09
P

Phosphorus

15 30.97
S

Sulphur

16 32.07
Cl

Chlorine

17 35.45
Ar

Argon

18 39.95
K

Potassium

19 39.10
Ca

Calcium

20 40.08
Sc

Scandium

21 44.96
Ti

Titanium

22 47.87
V

Vanadium

23 50.94
Cr

Chromium

24 52
Mn

Manganese

25 54.94
Fe

Iron

26 55.85
Co

Cobalt

27 58.93
Ni

Nickel

28 58.69
Cu

Copper

29 63.55
Zn

Zinc

30 65.38
Ga

Gallium

31 69.72
Ge

Germanium

32 72.64
As

Arsenic

33 74.92
Se

Selenium

34 78.96
Br

Bromine

35 79.90
Kr

Krypton

36 83.80
Rb

Rubidium

37 85.47
Sr

Strontium

38 87.62
Y

Yttrium

39 88.91
Zr

Zirconium

40 91.22
Nb

Niobium

41 92.91
Mo

Molybdenum

42 95.96
Tc

Technetium

43 98
Ru

Ruthenium

44 101.07
Rh

Rhodium

45 102.91
Pd

Palladium

46 106.42
Ag

Silver

47 107.87
Cd

Cadmium

48 112.41
In

Indium

49 114.82
Sn

Tin

50 118.71
Sb

Antimony

51 121.76
Te

Tellurium

52 127.60
I

Iodine

53 126.90
Xe

Xenon

54 131.29
Cs

Caesium

55 132.91
Ba

Barium

56 137.33
Hf

Hafnium

72 178.49
Ta

Tantalum

73 180.95
W

Tungsten

74 183.84
Re

Rhenium

75 186.21
Os

Osmium

76 190.23
Ir

Iridium

77 192.22
Pt

Platinum

78 195.08
Au

Gold

79 196.97
Hg

Mercury

80 200.59
Tl

Thallium

81 204.38
Pb

Lead

82 207.20
Bi

Bismuth

83 208.98
Po

Polonium

84 209
At

Astatine

85 210
Rn

Radon

86 222
Fr

Francium

87 223
Ra

Radium

88 226
Rf

Rutherfordium

104 267
Db

Dubnium

105 268
Sg

Seaborgium

106 271
Bh

Bohrium

107 272
Hs

Hassium

108 270
Mt

Meitnerium

109 276
Ds

Darmstadtium

110 281
Rg

Roentgenium

111 280
Cn

Copernicium

112 285
Nh

Nihonium

113 284
Fl

Flerovium

114 289
Mc

Moscovium

115 288
Lv

Livermorium

116 293
Ts

Tennessine

117 294
Og

Oganesson

118 294
La

Lanthanum

57 138.91
Ce

Cerium

58 140.12
Pr

Praseodymium

59 140.91
Nd

Neodymium

60 144.24
Pm

Promethium

61 145
Sm

Samarium

62 150.36
Eu

Europium

63 151.96
Gd

Gadolinium

64 157.25
Tb

Terbium

65 158.93
Dy

Dysprosium

66 162.50
Ho

Holmium

67 164.93
Er

Erbium

68 167.26
Tm

Thulium

69 168.93
Yb

Ytterbium

70 173.05
Lu

Lutetium

71 174.97
Ac

Actinium

89 227
Th

Thorium

90 232.04
Pa

Protactinium

91 231.04
U

Uranium

92 238.03
Np

Neptunium

93 237
Pu

Plutonium

94 244
Am

Americium

95 243
Cm

Curium

96 247
Bk

Berkelium

97 247
Cf

Californium

98 251
Es

Einsteinium

99 252
Fm

Fermium

100 257
Md

Mendelevium

101 258
No

Nobelium

102 259
Lr

Lawrencium

103 262

About my Periodic Table

Aren't there hundreds of periodic tables?

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It also has a modern simple design, which makes the site easy and intuitive to navigate. It is also constantly being updated by me, so improvements will be frequent in nature.

Because my periodic table is interactive, it allows you to easily find more complex data, including information about ionisations and electrons, as well as the history of the element, whilst keeping the simplicity that makes it easy to use.

How was your data sourced?

The information about each element was originally sourced from a csv file found on a university site. Since then I have added more data from Wikipedia, and pushed manual corrections where necessary. I am working to correct errors, and will continue to push updates correcting any errors that are reported to me.

What are your plans for future development?

The future plans for the website revolve around a couple of main themes, which are as follows:

  • UI improvements - presenting the data in a way which is more functional as well as prettier.
  • Data Accuracy, and more data - I will add corrections submitted to and verified by me. Furthermore, I will try to add more fields for each of the elements, including atomic radius.
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Developing the Periodic Table

What Technologies did you use?

The backend of this website was built using PHP and mySQL, with data initially imported from a csv file. Over time, more fields and data were gathered using a python script. The front end is build using javascript and jQuery, however at some point I would like to convert to pure javascript to reduce load times.

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