Chemistry Nexus

by WebElements: the periodic table on the web

If you find WebElements useful you might find FlashElements useful as well. FlashElements is a very simple periodic table program created with Macromedia Flash that you can run as a small free-standing application on your Mac or PC. You can use it to display some basic data and to shade the periodic table according to some criteria. If you need more information than present in FlashElements, then just click on an element to load that element in your web browser.

The Macintosh version will run under System 7.1 or later (according to the Macromedia documentation – not tested). It runs under MacOSX in classic mode.

The PC version will run under Windows 95, NT3.5.1 or later (according to the Macromedia documentation – only tested under NT), and other configurations as well (seems OK on Windows 98, 2000, XP).

The current version is beta 0.3 (17 March 2003, to include the new name for element 110, darmstadtium).

[Note added 6 June 2006 – I need to update these files]

[Note added 20 Dec 2016 – Not going to update these files but may release at some point in different formats]

March 13th, 2003

Posted In: Chemistry, Periodic table

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