Periodic Table Wallpapers – Neon Text 1


EDIT: This table has been updated to reflect corrections in the atomic weights of iron and gallium. The updated table can be found at Glowing Neon Periodic Table Wallpapers – 2015.

These periodic table wallpapers all have black backgrounds with colored, almost glowing text.

This table looks like it came from The Matrix. Glowing green text has that Glow in the Dark look.

This table looks like it came from The Matrix. Glowing green text has that Glow in the Dark look.

Highlighter blue text is fairly calming.

Highlighter blue text is fairly calming.

Bright yellow text is a sharp, colorful contrast. Looks like a warning sign.

Bright yellow text is a sharp, colorful contrast. Looks like a warning sign.

Bright red text looks vaguely sinister or even radioactive.

Bright red text looks vaguely sinister or even radioactive.

The gold standard with golden text -- looks official.

The gold standard with golden text — looks official.

Highlighter purple text. Just because it's the other highlighter color in the pack.

Highlighter purple text. Just because it’s the other highlighter color in the pack.

These tables are suitable for 1920×1080 high definition monitors and laptops. Each cell contains the element’s atomic number, element symbol, element name and atomic mass.

To download, click the image of the table you’d like to view. Right click on the 1920×1080 link at the top of the page and save to your computer.


About Todd Helmenstine

Todd Helmenstine is the physicist/mathematician who creates most of the images and PDF files found on sciencenotes.org. Nearly all of the graphics are created in Adobe Illustrator, Fireworks and Photoshop. Todd also writes many of the example problems and general news articles found on the site.


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