Periodic Table with 118 Elements

Here’s the first periodic table with 118 names and elements. The IUPAC has formally approved the element names and symbols for elements 113, 115, 117, and 118. If those change, we’ll fix the table. The approved names and symbols for these elements are nihonium (Nh, element 113), moscovium (Mc, element 115), tennessine (Ts, element 117), and oganesson (Og, element 118).

2016 Periodic Table with 118 Element Names and Symbols

2017 Periodic Table with 118 Element Names and Symbols

2016 Edition Periodic Table with 118 Elements with Black Background

2017 Edition Periodic Table with 118 Elements with Black Background

These periodic tables are free to download and print. To save, right-click the image. The table with the white background is also available as a PDF file. To print this file, choose ‘Fit’ for your printing option to get the best results. The image is optimized to fit on high definition screens and devices with a resolution of 1920×1080.

Pre-Printed Periodic Table Posters, T-Shirts, and More

T-Shirt with 118 Element Periodic Table

T-Shirt with 118 Element Periodic Table

Another option, besides printing the table yourself, is to purchase it. We’ve teamed up with Redbubble to put the 118 element table on posters, t-shirts, coffee mugs, and a bunch of other items.

The background on the table is transparent, so if there’s a color you’d like to see featured, just let us know. You can find the periodic table products here.

Previous Version of the Muted Table

The 2017 periodic table is the updated version of the muted periodic table, which dates back to 2011. If you’re not quite ready for the new elements on your table, the 2015 muted table is still available:

Muted Periodic Table

Muted Periodic Table

Periodic Table with 118 Elements
Last modified: January 12th, 2017 by Anne Helmenstine

4 thoughts on “Periodic Table with 118 Elements

  1. Wagyx

    Since the new name of the elements is out, I am trying to make my own periodical table in SVG format using Python lib svgwriter. I am almost done but I am missing the database for the property of the elements.
    Where did you get yours ?

  2. Mike Palazzolo

    I love your version of the updated periodic table; I was wondering if you had one just like this but with no color (black and white) and excluding the families. It would be great for my honors class and I can’t find one anywhere like it.

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