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  • 1. The Interactive Mendeleev Periodic Table of Elements By: Conner M. Lee
  • 2. Legend = Other non-metals = Halogens = Noble Gases NON-METALS = Lathanides = Actinides INNER TRANSITION METALS = Alkali metals = Alkali Earth metals = Transition Elements = Other metals = Unknown = Metalloids METALS ________________________________ For more information on how to use this Interactive Periodic Table click here to go to the Special Notes Section.
  • 3. H Na Li Db Rb K Cs Fr ? Y Be Zr Mg Ra ? Ti Ba V Rf Hf Sc Sr Ca Ta Nb Mo W Cr Tc Re Sg Bh Fe Mn Ru Hs Os Co In Ni Pd Pt Rh Cu Ds Mt Ir Ag Au Rg Hg Uub Tl Uut Uup Ga Pb Uuq Sb As Ge Sn Bi Cd Al Si P N C B Zn Ne Ar Kr Xe Rn He Pr Ac La Pa Nd U Pm Np Gd Bk Cm Tb Pu Sm Cf Dy Es Ho Fm Er Md Tm No Yb Uuh Te Se Po S O Th Ce Am Eu F Cl Br I At Uus Uuo Uue Ubn Lr Lu Table
  • 4. Hydrogen
    • The atomic number is 1
    • The density is 008988 g.mol-1
    • The atomic weight is 1.00794 g.cm-3
    • The triple point is 13.0833 K
    • The critical point is 32.97 K
    • The boiling point is 20.28 K
  • 5. Lithium
    • The atomic number is 3
    • The atomic weight is 6.941 g.mol-1
    • The density is 0.534 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 453.69 K
    • The boiling point is 1615 K
    • The critical point is 3223 K
  • 6. Sodium
    • The atomic number is 11
    • The atomic weight is 22.98976928 g.mol-1
    • The density is 0.968 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 370.87 K
    • The boiling point is 1156 K
    • The critical point is 2573 K
  • 7. Potassium
    • The atomic number is 19
    • The atomic weight is 39.0983 g.mol-1
    • The density is 0.89 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 336.53 K
    • The boiling point is 1032 K
    • The triple point is 336.65 K
  • 8. Rubidium
    • The atomic number is 37
    • The atomic weight is 85.4678 g
    • The density is 1.532 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 312.46 K
    • The boiling point is 961 K
    • The critical point is 2093 K
  • 9. Caesium
    • The atomic number is 55
    • The atomic weight is 132.9054519 g.mol-1
    • The density is 1.93 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 301.59 K
    • The boiling point is 944 K
    • The critical point is 1938 K
  • 10. Francium
    • The atomic number is 87
    • The atomic weight is 223 g.mol-1
    • The density is 1.87 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 300 K
    • The boiling point is 950 K
  • 11. Beryllium
    • The atomic number is 4
    • The atomic weight is 9.012182 g.mol-1
    • The density is 1.85 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1560 K
    • The boiling point is 2742 K
  • 12. Magnesium
    • The atomic number is 12
    • The atomic weight is 24.3050 g.mol-1
    • The density is 1.738 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 923 K
    • The boiling point is 1363 K
  • 13. Calcium
    • The atomic number is 20
    • The atomic weight is 40.078 g.mol-1
    • The density is 1.55 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1115 K
    • The boiling point is 1757 K
  • 14. Strontium
    • The atomic number is 38
    • The atomic weight is 87.62 g.mol-1
    • The density is 2.64 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1050 K
    • The boiling point is 1655 K
  • 15. Barium
    • The atomic number is 56
    • The atomic weight is 137.327 g.mol-1
    • The density is 3.51 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1000 K
    • The boiling point is 2170 K
  • 16. Radium
    • The atomic number is 88
    • The density is 5.5 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 973 K
    • The boiling point is 2010 K
  • 17. Scandium
    • The atomic number is 21
    • The atomic weight is 44.955912 g.mol-1
    • The density is 2.985 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1814 K
    • The boiling point is 3109 K
  • 18. Yttrium
    • The atomic number is 39
    • The atomic weight is 88.90585 g.mol-1
    • The density is 4.472 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1799 K
    • The boiling point is 3609 K
  • 19. Ununennium
    • The atomic number is 119
    • It is an undiscovered element recently added to the Periodic Table
  • 20. Unbinilium
    • The atomic number is 120
    • It is the newest added element to the Periodic Table
    • Unbinilium is Element No. 120
    • The symbol Ubn is also it’s temporary symbol
  • 21. Titanium
    • The atomic number is 22
    • The atomic weight is 47.867 g.mol-1
    • The density is 4.506 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1941 K
    • The boiling point is 3560 K
  • 22. Zirconium
    • The atomic number is 40
    • The atomic weight is 91.224 g.mol-1
    • The density is 6.52 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 2128 K
    • The boiling point is 4682 K
  • 23. Hafnium
    • The atomic number is 72
    • The atomic weight is 178.49 g.mol-1
    • The density is 13.31 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 2506 K
    • The boiling point is 4876 K
  • 24. Rutherfordium
    • The atomic number is 104
  • 25. Vanadium
    • The atomic number is 23
    • The atomic weight is 50.9415 g.mol-1
    • The density is 6.0 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 2183 K
    • The boiling point is 3680 K
  • 26. Niobium
    • The atomic number is 41
    • The atomic weight is 92.90638 g.mol-1
    • The density is 8.57 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 2750 K
    • The boiling point is 5017 K
  • 27. Tantalum
    • The atomic number is 23
    • The atomic weight is 180.94788 g.mol-1
    • The density is 16.69 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 3290 K
    • The boiling point is 5731 K
  • 28. Dubnium
    • The atomic number is 105
  • 29. Chronium
    • The atomic number is 24
    • The atomic weight is 55.9961 g.mol-1
    • The density is 7.19 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 2180 K
    • The boiling point is 2944 K
  • 30. Molybdenum
    • The atomic number is 42
    • The atomic weight is 95.94 g.mol-1
    • The density is 10.28 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 2896 K
    • The boiling point is 4912
  • 31. Tungsten
    • The atomic number is 74
    • The atomic weight is 183.34 g.mol-1
    • The density is 19.25 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 3695 K
    • The boiling point is 5828 K
  • 32. Seaborgium
    • The atomic number is 106
  • 33. Manganese
    • The atomic number is 25
    • The atomic weight is 54.938045 g.mol-1
    • The density is 7.21 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1519 K
    • The boiling point is 2334 K
  • 34. Technetium
    • The atomic number is 43
    • The melting point is 2430 K
    • The boiling point is 4538 K
  • 35. Rhenium
    • The atomic number is 75
    • The atomic weight is 186.207 g.mol-1
    • The density is 21.02 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 3459 K
    • The boiling point is 5869 K
  • 36. Bohrium
    • The atomic number is 107
  • 37. Iron
    • The atomic number is 26
    • The atomic weight is 55.845 g.mol-1
    • The density is 7.874 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1811 K
    • The boiling point is 3134 K
  • 38. Ruthenium
    • The atomic number is 44
    • The atomic weight is 101.07 g.mol-1
    • The density is 12.45 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 2607 K
    • The boiling point is 4423 K
  • 39. Osmium
    • The atomic number is 76
    • The atomic weight is 190.23 g.mol-1
    • The density is 22.61 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 3306 K
    • The boiling point is 5285 K
  • 40. Hassium
    • The atomic number is 108
  • 41. Cobalt
    • The atomic number is 27
    • The atomic weight is 58.933195 g.mol-1
    • The density is 8.90 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1768 K
    • The boiling point is 3200 K
  • 42. Rhodium
    • The atomic number is 45
    • The atomic weight is 102.90550 g.mol-1
    • The density is 12.41 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 2237 K
    • The boiling point is 3968 K
  • 43. Iridium
    • The atomic number is 77
    • The atomic weight is 192.217 g.mol-1
    • The density is 22.56 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 2739 K
    • The boiling point is 2701 K
  • 44. Meitnerium
    • The atomic number is 109
  • 45. Nickel
    • The atomic number is 28
    • The atomic weight is 58.6934 g.mol-1
    • The density is 8.908 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1728 K
    • The boiling point is 3186 K
  • 46. Palladium
    • The atomic number is 46
    • The atomic weight is 106.42 g.mol-1
    • The density is 12.023 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1828.05 K
    • The boiling point is 3236 K
  • 47. Platinum
    • The atomic number is 78
    • The atomic weight is 195.084 g.mol-1
    • The density is 21.45 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 2041.4 K
    • The boiling point is 4098 K
  • 48. Darmstadtium
    • The atomic number is 110
  • 49. Copper
    • The atomic number is 29
    • The atomic weight is 63.456 g.mol-1
    • The density is 8,96 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1357.77 K
    • The boiling point is 2835 K
  • 50. Silver
    • The atomic number is 47
    • The atomic weight is 107.8682 g.mol-1
    • The density is 10.49 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1234.93 K
    • The boiling point is 2435 K
  • 51. Gold
    • The atomic number is 79
    • The atomic weight is 196.966569 g.mol-1
    • The density is 19.3 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1337.33 K
    • The boiling point is 3129 K
  • 52. Roentgenium
    • The atomic number is 111
  • 53. Zinc
    • The atomic number is 30
    • The atomic weight is 65.38 g.mol-1
    • The density is 7.14 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 692.68 K
    • The boiling point is 1180 K
  • 54. Cadmium
    • The atomic number is 20
    • The atomic weight is 40.078 g.mol-1
    • The density is 1.55 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1115 K
    • The boiling point is 1757 K
  • 55. Mercury
    • The atomic number is 80
    • The atomic weight is 200.59 g.mol-1
    • The density is 15.534 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 234.32 K
    • The boiling point is 629.88
  • 56. Ununbium
    • The atomic number is 112
  • 57. Boron
    • The atomic number is 5
    • The atomic weight is 10.811 g.mol-1
    • The density is 2.34 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 2349 K
    • The boiling point is 4200 K
  • 58. Aluminum
    • The atomic number is 13
    • The atomic weight is 26.9815386 g.mol-1
    • The density is 2.70 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 933.47 K
    • The boiling point is 2792 K
  • 59. Gallium
    • The atomic number is 31
    • The atomic weight is 69.723 g.mol-1
    • The density is 5.91 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 302.9146 K
    • The boiling point is 2477 K
  • 60. Indium
    • The atomic number is 49
    • The atomic weight is 114.818 g.mol-1
    • The density is 7.31 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 429.75 K
    • The boiling point is 2345 K
  • 61. Thallium
    • The atomic number is 81
    • The atomic weight is 204.3833 g.mol-1
    • The density is 11.85 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 577 K
    • The boiling point is 1746 K
  • 62. Ununtrium
    • The atomic number is 113
  • 63. Carbon
    • The atomic number is 6
    • The atomic weight is 12.0107 g.mol-1
    • The density is 1.69 g.cm-3
  • 64. Silicon
    • The atomic number is 14
    • The atomic weight is 28.0855 g.mol-1
    • The density is 2.3290 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1687 K
    • The boiling point is 3538 K
  • 65. Germanium
    • The atomic number is 32
    • The atomic weight is 72.64 g.mol-1
    • The density is 5.323 g.cm-3
    • The melting point 1211.40 K
    • The boiling point is 3106 K
  • 66. Tin
    • The atomic number is 50
    • The atomic weight is 118.710 g.mol-1
    • The density is 7.365 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 505.08 K
    • The boiling point is 2875 K
  • 67. Lead
    • The atomic number is 82
    • The atomic weight is 207.2 g.mol-1
    • The density is 11.34 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 600.61 K
    • The boiling point is 2022 K
  • 68. Ununquadium
    • The atomic number is 114
  • 69. Nitrogen
    • The atomic number is 7
    • The atomic weight is 14.0067 g.mol-1
    • The density is 1.25 g/L
    • The melting point is 63.15 K
    • The boiling point is 77.36 K
  • 70. Phosphorous
    • The atomic number is 15
    • The atomic weight is 30.973762 g.mol-1
    • The density is 1.823 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 313.7 K
    • The boiling point is 550 K
  • 71. Arsenic
    • The atomic number is 33
    • The atomic weight is 74.92160 g.mol-1
    • The density is 5.727 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1090 K
    • The boiling point is 887 K
  • 72. Antimony
    • The atomic number is 51
    • The atomic weight is 121.760 g.mol-1
    • The density is 6.697 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 903.78 K
    • The boiling point is 1860 K
  • 73. Bismuth
    • The atomic number is 51
    • The atomic weight is 121.760 g.mol-1
    • The density is 6.697 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 903.78 K
    • The boiling point is 1860 K
  • 74. Ununpentium
    • The atomic number is 115
  • 75. Oxygen
    • The atomic number is 8
    • The atomic weight is 15.9994 g.mol-1
    • The melting point is 54.36 K
    • The boiling point is 90.20 K
    • The critical point is 154.59 K
  • 76. Sulfur
    • The atomic number is 16
    • The atomic weight is 32.065 g.mol-1
    • The density is 2.07 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 388.36 K
    • The boiling point is 717.8 K
    • The critical point is 1314 K
  • 77. Selenium
    • The atomic number is 34
    • The atomic weight is 78.96 g.mol-1
    • The density is g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 494 K
    • The boiling point is 958 K
  • 78. Tellurium
    • The atomic number is 52
    • The atomic weight is 127.60 g.mol-1
    • The density is 6.24 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 722.66 K
    • The boiling point is 1261 K
  • 79. Ununhexium
    • The atomic number is 116
  • 80. Polonium
    • The atomic number is 84
    • The density 9.196 g.cm-3
    • The melting point 527 K
    • The boiling point is 1235 K
  • 81. Flourine
    • The atomic number is 9
    • The atomic weight is 18.9984032 g.mol-1
    • The density is 1.7 g/L
    • The melting point is 53.53 K
    • The boiling point is 85.03 K
  • 82. Chlorine
    • The atomic number 17
    • The atomic weight is 35.453 g.mol-1
    • The density 3.2 g/L
    • The melting point is 171.6 K
    • The boiling point is 239.11 K
  • 83. Bromine
    • The atomic number is 35
    • The atomic weight is 79.904 g.mol-1
    • The density is 3.1028 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 265.8 K
    • The boiling point is 332 K
  • 84. Iodine
    • The atomic number is 53
    • The atomic weight is 126.90447 g.mol-1
    • The density is 4.933 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 386.85 K
    • The boiling point is 457.4 K
    • The triple point is 386.65 K
    • The critical point is 819 K
  • 85. Astatine
    • The atomic number is 85
    • The melting point is 575 K
    • The boiling point is 610 K
  • 86. Ununseptium
    • The atomic number is 115
  • 87. Helium
    • The atomic number is 2
    • The atomic weight is 4.002602 g.mol-1
    • The density is 0.1786 g/L
    • The melting point is 0.95 K
    • The boiling point is 4.22 K
  • 88. Neon
    • The atomic number is 10
    • The atomic weight is 20.1797 g.mol-1
    • The density is 0.9002 g/L
    • The melting point is 24.56 K
    • The boiling point is 27.07 K
    • The critical point is 44.4 K
    • The triple point is 24.5561 K
  • 89. Argon
    • The atomic number is 18
    • The atomic weight is 39.948 g.mol-1
    • The density is 1.784 g/L
    • The melting point is 83.30 K
    • The boiling point is 87.80
    • The triple point is 83.8058 K
    • The critical point is 150.87 K
  • 90. Krypton
    • The atomic number is 36
    • The atomic weight is 83.798 g.mol-1
    • The density is 3.749 g/L
    • The melting point is 115.79 K
    • The boiling point is 119.93 K
    • The triple point is 115.75 K
    • The critical point is 209.49 K
  • 91. Xenon
    • The atomic number is 54
    • The weight is 131.293 g.mol-1
    • The density is 5.894 g/L
    • The melting point is 161.4 K
    • The boiling point is 165.03 K
    • The triple point is 161.405 K
    • The critical point is 289.77 K
  • 92. Radon
    • The atomic number is 86
    • The melting point is 202 K
    • The boiling point is 211.3 K
    • The critical point is 377 K
  • 93. Ununoctium
    • The atomic number is 118
    • The boiling point is 320-380 K
    • The critical point is 439 K
  • 94. Lanthanum
    • The atomic number is 57
    • The atomic weight is 138.90547 g.mol-1
    • The density is 6.192 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1193 K
    • The boiling point is 3737 K
  • 95. Actinium
    • The atomic number is 89
    • The density is 10 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1323 K
    • The boiling point is 3471 K
  • 96. Cerium
    • The atomic number is 58
    • The atomic weight is 140.116 g.mol-1
    • The density is 6.770 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1068 K
    • The boiling point is 3716 K
  • 97. Thorium
    • The atomic number is 90
    • The atomic weight is 232.0381 g.mol-1
    • The density is 11.7 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 2115 K
    • The boiling point is 5061 K
  • 98. Praseodymium
    • The atomic number is 59
    • The atomic weight is 140.90765 g.mol-1
    • The density is 6.77 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1208 K
    • The boiling point is 3793 K
  • 99. Protactinium
    • The atomic number is 91
    • The atomic weight is 231.03588 g.mol-1
    • The density is 15.37 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1841 K
    • The boiling point is 4300 K
  • 100. Neodymium
    • The atomic number is 60
    • The atomic weight is 144.42 g.mol-1
    • The density is 7.01 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1297 K
    • The boiling point is 3347 K
  • 101. Uranium
    • The atomic number is 92
    • The atomic weight is 238.02891 g.mol-1
    • The density is 19.1 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1405.3 K
    • The boiling point is 4404 K
  • 102. Promethium
    • The atomic number is 61
    • The density is 7.26 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1315 K
    • The boiling point is 3273 K
  • 103. Neptunium
    • The atomic number is 93
    • The melting point is 910 K
    • The boiling point is 4273 K
  • 104. Samarium
    • The atomic number is 62
    • The atomic weight is 150.36 g.mol-1
    • The density is 7.52 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1345 K
    • The boiling point is 2067 K
  • 105. Plutonium
    • The atomic number is 94
    • The density is 19.816 g.mol-1
    • The melting point is 912.5 K
    • The boiling point is 3205 K
  • 106. Europium
    • The atomic number is 63
    • The atomic weight is 151.964 g.mol-1
    • The density is 5.264 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1099 K
    • The boiling point is 1802 K
  • 107. Americium
    • The atomic number is 95
    • The density is 12 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1449 K
    • The boiling point is 2880 K
  • 108. Gadolinium
    • The atomic number is 64
    • The atomic weight is 157.25 g.mol-1
    • The density is 7.90 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1585 K
    • The boiling point is 3546 K
  • 109. Curium
    • The atomic number is 96
    • The density is 13.51 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1613 K
    • The boiling point is 3383 K
  • 110. Terbium
    • The atomic number is 65
    • The atomic weight is 158.93535 g.mol-1
    • The density is 8.23 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1629 K The boiling point is 3503 K
  • 111. Berkelium
    • The atomic number is 97
    • The density is 14.78 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1259 K
  • 112. Dysprosium
    • The atomic number is 66
    • The atomic weight is 162.500 g.mol-1
    • The density is 8.540 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1680 K
    • The boiling point is 2840 K
  • 113. Californium
    • The atomic number is 98
    • The density is 15.1 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1173 K
  • 114. Holmium
    • The atomic number is 67
    • The atomic weight 164.93032 g.mol-1
    • The melting point is 1734 K
    • The boiling point is 2993 K
  • 115. Einsteinium
    • The atomic number is 99
    • The density is 8.84 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1133 K
  • 116. Erbium
    • The atomic number is 68
    • The atomic weight is 167.259 g.mol-1
    • The density is 9.066 g.cm-3
  • 117. Fermium
    • The atomic number is 100
    • The melting point is 1800 K
  • 118. Thulium
    • The atomic number is 69
    • The atomic weight is 168.93421 g.mol-1
    • The density is 9.32 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1818 K
    • The boiling point is 2223 K
  • 119. Mendelevium
    • The atomic number is 101
    • The melting point is 1100 K
  • 120. Ytterbium
    • The atomic number is 70
    • The atomic weight is 173.04 g.mol-1
    • The density is 6.90 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1097 K
    • The boiling point is 1469 K
  • 121. Nobelium
    • The atomic number is 102
  • 122. Lutetium
    • The atomic number is 71
    • The atomic weight is 147.967 g.mol-1
    • The density is 9.841 g.cm-3
    • The melting point is 1925 K
    • The boiling point is 3675 K
  • 123. Lawrencium
    • The atomic number is 103
  • 124. Special Notes
    • “ g.mol-1” is the international system that measures atomic weights
    • “ g.cm-3” is the international system that measures density
    • For more information on how to read this Interactive Periodic Table, click here to go to the Legend Section
  • 125. Bibliography
    • All information and pictures are from http://www.wikipedia.org
    • My confirmation sources are http://www.webelements.com , http://www.answers.com and
    • http://www.chemicool.com

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