Ever need your own black and white printable periodic table? Here’s a go-to periodic table perfect for doing homework problems or looking up atomic masses.

Black/White Printable Periodic Table

Now you can download and print as many as you need. This PDF file contains a periodic table with the atomic number, symbol, name and atomic mass for each element.

For best results, it’s recommended to print in landscape mode and choose ‘Fit’ for the size option.

If you would like a full-sized 1920×1080 desktop wallpaper image of this printable periodic table, just click the above image.

This table uses the latest IUPAC atomic weights, except where the IUPAC cites a range. For those elements, we cited the best single value.

Edit: This table has been updated to reflect corrections for the atomic weights of iron and gallium. To find this new version, visit Printable Periodic Table – 2015.

This is by far the best Periodic Table PDF I have ever had. I printed it immediately. I noticed that Pizzazium Infinionite is conspicuously missing. Has it been made redundant?

Hi, this is definitely the best table around, but there is one error that I can see – the atomic mass for iron is written as 55.933, but to the best of my knowledge it is 55.845 g/ mol.

Hi, Thanks for pointing this out. Based on your feedback, we went to the IUPAC for the latest data and updated the Fe value, plus other discrepancies. The table should be current now. Thanks again!

I have seen that problem myself when I try to print the PDF from a Chrome window. I am not sure why it does this, but it works fine if you download the file and open it with a different PDF reader like Adobe PDF Reader.

It’s very nicely formatted, but the atomic weight for Rubidium is wrong. I learned this when my students used it on an exam. Rb should be 85.468 instead of 84.468.

Thanks again, Greg! We have added the new, corrected tables to this page and the top of the printable periodic table index. The new tables have the corrected atomic mass of rubidium and also a last decimal point (minor) change to the atomic mass of neodymium. I apologize for any inconvenience to you or your students due to the earlier table. We try to check all the values, but that one escaped us.

This is by far the best Periodic Table PDF I have ever had. I printed it immediately.

I noticed that Pizzazium Infinionite is conspicuously missing. Has it been made redundant?

This table would be perfect, but it starts the group labeling at ’11A’

Thought I had fixed that long ago. Goes to show that you should always check your work.

Fixed both the image and the pdf file. Thanks for pointing out the error.

Hi, this is definitely the best table around, but there is one error that I can see – the atomic mass for iron is written as 55.933, but to the best of my knowledge it is 55.845 g/ mol.

Hi, Thanks for pointing this out. Based on your feedback, we went to the IUPAC for the latest data and updated the Fe value, plus other discrepancies. The table should be current now. Thanks again!

Thank you so much .

Looked great, until I printed it and all the squares were blacked out. Really helpful there (sarcasm). Maybe its just my printer?

I have seen that problem myself when I try to print the PDF from a Chrome window. I am not sure why it does this, but it works fine if you download the file and open it with a different PDF reader like Adobe PDF Reader.

Would your permission extend to using your tables in some Youtube videos I plan on creating? I would,of course, give you credit in my comments.

Sure 🙂 Can’t wait to see the videos!

How about one for Organic?

Cool! What did you have in mind?

It’s very nicely formatted, but the atomic weight for Rubidium is wrong. I learned this when my students used it on an exam. Rb should be 85.468 instead of 84.468.

Thanks for taking the time to let us know! The updated table should go live shortly with the corrected value.

Thanks again, Greg! We have added the new, corrected tables to this page and the top of the printable periodic table index. The new tables have the corrected atomic mass of rubidium and also a last decimal point (minor) change to the atomic mass of neodymium. I apologize for any inconvenience to you or your students due to the earlier table. We try to check all the values, but that one escaped us.