Periodic Table With Everything 13

This color periodic table wallpaper has everything!

Periodic Table - The WorksEach cell contains the element’s atomic number, atomic mass, element symbol, name, electron shell populations by energy level and electron configuration. The element symbols are color coded to reflect the element’s state at room temperatures. Black for solid, blue for liquid and white for gaseous.

Each cell is colored to reflect the element group of the element. The color legend appears along the bottom of the image.

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13 thoughts on “Periodic Table With Everything

  • Paul

    Mate, I really love this table. You’re pretty damn good at putting these things together.
    Can I make a request? Although this one says “with everything” it’s just missing
    If this table also had Melting/Boiling Point, Atomic Radius & Electronegativity (Pauling) down the left side of the cell & oxidisation states down the right, it would easily qualify as the best PTable on the web.
    Keep up the great work.

  • Qizhong Wang

    This periodic table is by the far the most satisfying one I ever found on the web!!! Thank you Todd for you great work!!

    One thing I would advice is that it would be nice if you can change that line into oxidation state, which, I think, would be far more helpful. Once there is electron configuration, we actually don’t really need the electron shell population don’t we…

    Also shall we mark radioactive element and synthetic element? If we introduce too many signs it might make the block looks crowded. I would suggest we only add radioactive signs( ’cause I think that sign is pretty cool…) and mark each synthetic element with a red atomic number.

    Again thank you for your great work!!!!

    • Qizhong Wang

      Well I just saw your oxidation state table and valence charge table! Awesome!

      For a second thought, oxidation states might be too much for such a small box, most common valence charge should just do the job.

  • jdbbedbiuh singh

    This periodic table is great but it doesn’t have the electronegativity of the elements which is a little disappointing but I love everything else about it so thanks but electronegativity values would’ve been nice.

  • jon

    Now the unnamed elements have been named, will this be updated to have them listed as this is my favourite table and would love to have an up-to-date copy for printing.