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Color Periodic Table Wallpaper – Crystal Tiles – 2015 3D effect

This color periodic table wallpaper has a slight 3D effect where each tile has a bevelled glassy appearance like a crystal.
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The different colors represent the different element groups. Each crystal tile contains the element’s atomic number, symbol, name and atomic mass.

The wallpaper is 1920×1080 and suitable for all HD widescreen monitors. Click the image for the full-sized version.

If you’d like to print a copy, a PDF version is available. Remember to choose “Landscape” and “Fit” for your print options.

This is the same table with a black background. This table has a higher contrast and not as bright on your desktop, but the colors really stand out.
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Color Periodic Table Chart with Charges – 2015

Each element cell contains the atomic number, symbol, name, atomic mass and most common valence charge of each element. The most common oxidation states are in bold text and predicted or unconfirmed states are in italics.
Each brightly colored border represents a different element group.
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This table is available for download as a PDF file and printed for offline use. For best printing results, choose Landscape and ‘Fit’ for the size option.
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The above image can be used as a widescreen (1920×1080) desktop wallpaper for your computer. Click the image to open the full size version and save to your device or computer.

There is a black and white version of this table for those without access to a color printer.

If a darker wallpaper is prefered, the same table is available with a black background.
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Click the image to view the full-sized version.
If you enjoy using a lot of toner or ink, download the PDF of the dark background table and print yourself a copy.
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Printable Periodic Table with Charges – 2015 Black White Version

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Periodic Table Oxidation


Each element cell contains the atomic number, symbol, name, atomic mass and most common valence charge of each element.
The most common oxidation states are in bold text and predicted or unconfirmed states are in italics.

The table is available for download in PDF format for offline printing.
For best results, choose Landscape and ‘Fit’ for the size option.
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How To Use a Periodic Table

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It’s important to know how to use a periodic table. The periodic table organizes the elements in a way that allows you to predict element properties and chemical reactions, even if you don’t know anything about an element except what you see on the table. Here’s a look at the information you can find on a standard periodic table of the elements and how to use these facts:

Periodic Table Organization

  • Elements are listed in order of increasing atomic number,
  • Elements are grouped according to periodic properties or trends. On a colored periodic table, the element groups usually are different colors from each other. The main element groups are: alkali metals, alkaline earth metals, transition metals, basic metals, rare earth metals (lanthanides and actinides), metalloids (semimetals), nonmetals, halogens, and noble gases.
  • A row of the periodic table is called an element period.  A period indicates the highest energy level occupied by the electrons of that element at its ground state.
  • A column of the periodic table is called an element group. Members of an element group have the same number of valence electrons.
  • The two rows separated from the main body of the table are the rare earth elements, which consist of the lanthanides and actinides.

How To Read an Element Cell

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  • The one- or two-letter symbol is the element’s symbol. Usually, the symbol includes the first letter of an element’s name, although there are some exceptions. For example, H is the element symbol for hydrogen. Br is the element symbol for bromine. Element symbols are recognized and used internationally, even though countries may use different names for elements.
  • Some periodic tables list each element’s full name.
  • The integer number is the element atomic number. This is the number of protons in each atom of that element. For example, each bromine atom has 35 protons. Atoms of different elements may have the same number of electrons and neutrons, but never the same number of protons.
  • The decimal number is the element’s atomic weight. The atomic weight is a weighted average of the mass of the isotopes of that element. Atomic weight is given in atomic mass units (amu). You can also consider the number as the grams per mole of each element. For example, one mole of bromine atoms would have a mass of 79.904 grams.

How To Use a Periodic Table To See Periodic Table Trends

The table is organized to display trends or periodicity of element properties:

Atomic Radius: one-half the distance between the nuclei of two atoms that are just touching each other.

Ionization Energy: energy needed to completely remove an electron from an atom or ion in the gas phase.

Electron Affinity: measure of an atom’s ability to accept an electron.

Electronegativity: measure of an atom’s ability to form a chemical bond

Summary of Periodic Table Trends

Moving Left → Right Across a Row of the Periodic Table

  • Atomic Radius Decreases
  • Ionization Energy Increases
  • Electron Affinity Generally Increases (except Noble Gas Electron Affinity Near Zero)
  • Electronegativity Increases

Moving Top → Bottom Down a Column of the Periodic Table

  • Atomic Radius Increases
  • Ionization Energy Decreases
  • Electron Affinity Generally Decreases
  • Electronegativity Decreases

Free Printable Periodic Table Chart – 2015 Black White

This free printable periodic table chart is a little different, if not interesting.
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Each element cell is black with white text and contains each element’s atomic number, element symbol, name and atomic weight.

The PDF of this table is optimized to fit on a standard 81⁄2” x 11″ sheet of paper. Just remember to choose ‘landscape’ as your printing option.
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Elements Periodic Table With Everything

Periodic table with each element’s atomic number, atomic mass, element symbol, name, electron shell populations by energy level and electron configuration.

Periodic table with each element’s atomic number, atomic mass, element symbol, name, electron shell populations by energy level and electron configuration.


This color periodic table wallpaper has everything!

Each cell contains the element’s atomic number, atomic mass, element symbol, name, electron shell populations by energy level and electron configuration. The element symbols are color coded to reflect the element’s state at room temperatures. Black for solid, blue for liquid and white for gaseous.

Each cell is colored to reflect the element group of the element. The color legend appears along the bottom of the image.

The full-sized image is 1920×1080. This makes the image suitable for a widescreen wallpaper on any HD device. Click the image above to download the full sized image.

If this table is too bright for your desktop, try this version with a black background.

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Printable Black and White Periodic Table

This is your go-to free black and white printable periodic table for facts and figures without a color printer. It offers element names, symbols, atomic numbers, weights, and groups.

Black white printable periodic table of elements

Printable Periodic table of elements black white


PDF version of Printable Periodic Table Black White optimized for printing on a standard 81⁄2” x 11″ sheet of paper.

Periodic Table of Chemical Elements

Explore key information about the chemical elements through this periodic table
Group 1 2   3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Period  
1
1
H
1.008
 
2
4.0026
2
3
6.94
4
9.0122
 
5
B
10.81
6
C
12.011
7
N
14.007
8
O
15.999
9
F
18.998
10
20.180
3
11
22.990
12
24.305
 
13
26.982
14
28.085
15
P
30.974
16
S
32.06
17
35.45
18
39.948
4
19
K
39.098
20
40.078
 
21
44.956
22
47.867
23
V
50.942
24
51.996
25
54.938
26
55.845
27
58.933
28
58.693
29
63.546
30
65.38
31
69.723
32
72.63
33
74.922
34
78.96
35
79.904
36
83.798
5
37
85.468
38
87.62
 
39
Y
88.906
40
91.224
41
92.906
42
95.96
43
[97.91]
44
101.07
45
102.91
46
106.42
47
107.87
48
112.41
49
114.82
50
118.71
51
121.76
52
127.60
53
I
126.90
54
131.29
6
55
132.91
56
137.33
*
71
174.97
72
178.49
73
180.95
74
W
183.84
75
186.21
76
190.23
77
192.22
78
195.08
79
196.97
80
200.59
81
204.38
82
207.2
83
208.98
84
[208.98]
85
[209.99]
86
[222.02]
7
87
[223.02]
88
[226.03]
**
103
[262.11]
104
[265.12]
105
[268.13]
106
[271.13]
107
[270]
108
[277.15]
109
[276.15]
110
[281.16]
111
[280.16]
112
[285.17]
113
[284.18]
114
[289.19]
115
[288.19]
116
[293]
117
[294]
118
[294]
   
*Lanthanoids *
57
138.91
58
140.12
59
140.91
60
144.24
61
[144.91]
62
150.36
63
151.96
64
157.25
65
158.93
66
162.50
67
164.93
68
167.26
69
168.93
70
173.05
 
**Actinoids **
89
[227.03]
90
232.04
91
231.04
92
U
238.03
93
[237.05]
94
[244.06]
95
[243.06]
96
[247.07]
97
[247.07]
98
[251.08]
99
[252.08]
100
[257.10]
101
[258.10]
102
[259.10]
 

 

Periodic Table of Elements

Periodic Table of Elements

A Resource for Elementary, Middle School, and High School Students

Group 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Period
1 1H

1.008

2He

4.003

2 3Li

6.94

4Be

9.012

5B

10.81

6C

12.01

7N

14.01

8O

16.00

9F

19.00

10Ne

20.18

3 11Na

22.99

12Mg

24.31

13Al

26.98

14Si

28.09

15P

30.97

16S

32.06

17Cl

35.45

18Ar

39.95

4 19K

39.10

20Ca

40.08

21Sc

44.96

22Ti

47.88

23V

50.94

24Cr

52.00

25Mn

54.94

26Fe

55.85

27Co

58.93

28Ni

58.69

29Cu

63.55

30Zn

65.39

31Ga

69.72

32Ge

72.64

33As

74.92

34Se

78.96

35Br

79.90

36Kr

83.79

5 37Rb

85.47

38Sr

87.62

39Y

88.92

40Zr

91.22

41Nb

92.91

42Mo

95.96

43Tc

(98)

44Ru

101.1

45Rh

102.9

46Pd

106.4

47Ag

107.9

48Cd

112.4

49In

114.8

50Sn

118.7

51Sb

121.8

52Te

127.6

53I

126.9

54Xe

131.3

6 55Cs

132.9

56Ba

137.3

* 72Hf

178.5

73Ta

180.9

74W

183.9

75Re

186.2

76Os

190.2

77Ir

192.2

78Pt

195.1

79Au

197.0

80Hg

200.5

81TI

204.38

82Pb

207.2

83Bi

209.0

84Po

(209)

85At

(210)

86Rn

(222)

7 87Fr

(223)

88Ra

(226)

** 104Rf

(265)

105Db

(268)

106Sg

(271)

107Bh

(270)

108Hs

(277)

109Mt

(276)

110Ds

(281)

111Rg

(280)

112Cn

(285)

113Uut

(284)

114Fl

(289)

115Uup

(288)

116Lv

(293)

117Uus

(294)

118Uuo

(294)

Lanthanide Series* 57La

138.9

58Ce

140.1

59Pr

140.9

60Nd

144.2

61Pm

(145)

62Sm

150.4

63Eu

152.0

64Gd

157.2

65Tb

158.9

66Dy

162.5

67Ho

164.9

68Er

167.3

69Tm

168.9

70Yb

173.0

71Lu

175.0

Actinide Series** 89Ac

(227)

90Th

232

91Pa

231

92U

238

93Np

(237)

94Pu

(244)

95Am

(243)

96Cm

(247)

97Bk

(247)

98Cf

(251)

99Es

(252)

100Fm

(257)

101Md

(258)

102No

(259)

103Lr

(262)

Alkali metals Lanthanides
Alkaline earth metals Actinides
Transition metals Nonmetals
Post-transition metals Halogens
Metalloid Noble gases