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Periodic Table Web Sites
Information from America's leading manufacturer of engineered and advanced material products
ChemiCool Periodic Table of the Elements
Interactive Periodic Table of the Elements and chemical dictionary
Dynamic Periodic Table
High quality interactive information on the elements developed by Michael Dayah
International Year of the Periodic Table
Entertaining and informative entries about all 118 elements and the isotopes of hydrogen from the "In Your Element" column in the journal Nature Chemistry.
Knords Learning Interactive Periodic Table
Interactive Periodic Table (With dynamic Bohr models and other details) from Knords Learning online educational platform.
Origin of the Elements in the Solar System
Sloan Digital Sky Surveys blog post by Jennifer Johnson
Origins of the Elements
Various periodic tables and a chart of the nuclides displaying the cosmic origins of the elements, from the University of Utah.
Periodic Properties of the Elements
Open source infographic content from Clutchprep.com.
Periodic Table Live!
A broad range of information about the elements, their reactions, their properties, their structures, and their histories from the Chemical Education Digital Library.
Periodic Table of the Elements: LANL
A Resource for Elementary, Middle School, and High School Students from Los Alamos National Laboratory
Periodic Table of Videos
A short video about each element from the University of Nottingham
Photographic Periodic Table of the Elements
Developed and maintained by Theodore Gray, cofounder of Wolfram Research, Inc.
Essential data and description of the elements from Mark Winter of the University of Sheffield.
Wooden Periodic Table
This website documents, in great depth, a large collection of chemical elements and examples of their applications, common and uncommon.