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View Resource Handbook of Basic Atomic Spectroscopic Data

This National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)) site contains atomic spectroscopic reference data. Information can be accessed through a variety of means, such as an interactive periodic table and dropdown lists of elements organized by name or atomic number. Data available includes isotope abundance, electron configuration, nuclear spin, magnetic moment, ionization energies, spectral...

View Resource American Elements: Catalog of the Elements

This reference consists of an interactive periodic chart that provides information for most of the elements. Clicking on an element's symbol on the chart accesses the element's name, discoverer and date of discovery, as well as its uses. There is also information on the appearance, Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) number (a unique identifier assigned to every chemical that has been described in...

View Resource The Periodic Table of Videos

While there are many ways to parse out the information found within the periodic table of elements, the University of Nottingham has gone above and beyond with their own novel version. Their version happens to have a short video about each element, and visitors will find each short clip interesting, informative, and fun. Visitors can click on each element as they wish, and they can also learn...

View Resource Printable Periodic Tables

This collection of periodic tables features a variety of styles, color or black and white versions, and several levels of information, from basic symbols, atomic number, and mass, to advanced versions that include melting point, boiling point, density, electronegativity, and electron configurations. The tables are provided in downloadable, printable format (PDF). Some versions feature links to...

View Resource Physical Science for Today's World Syllabus

This pdf contains a syllabus for a course on physical science as part of the Aerospace Technology Program. Topics include motion, energy, heat, waves motions, electricity, light, atoms, chemical reactions, the universe, the solar system and nuclear reactions.

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