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You’ll all be pretty familiar with the traditional periodic table, but what would it look like if you organised it according to how often each element is searched for on Google? Anders Sandberg has done just this! He calls it the Popularity Table of the Elements.

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Online periodic table

Periodic tableThe Royal Society of Chemistry have launched a free online periodic table where you can easily locate:

  • atomic number and mass
  • key isotopes
  • electron configuration
  • density
  • first ionisation energy

On the RSC table you can also click on each element to get more detailed information about bonding, isotopes, usage, etc., along with a link to a podcast about the element.  Other features include a slide bar to show the state of each element at specific temperatures, and information about which elements were known about in given year.

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Tables charting the chemical elements have been around since the 19th century – but this modern version has a short video about each one.

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