This color periodic table contains each element’s number, symbol, name, atomic weight and electron configuration.
EDIT: This table, while looking very nice, contains some minor errors in the values for atomic mass of some elements. A version of this table with the correct atomic masses can be found here.
Each configuration is written in the noble gas shorthand. This shorthand uses the name of the previous row’s noble gas in brackets to represent the part of the electron configuration is identical to the noble gas’ electron configuration.
Elements greater than 104 are unknown or unverified. These are denoted with an asterisk on the table and the value listed is a predicted value.
This table is available in PDF format for printing. For best results, choose Landscape and ‘Fit’ for the size option. The image above is suitable for widescreen desktop wallpaper for your electronic devices. It has a resolution of 1920×1080 and is easily readable on most screens. Click the image for full size and save to your computer.
This table is also available with a dark background here for more relaxed viewing.