Thursday, March 26, 2009

Good websites on the ELEMENTS

There are many interactive periodic tables on the web. Here's are three good ones:
-This one provides images and a basic "history and production" paragraph for each element:

-And this one provides an image, a word-origin, a description of properties, and a list of common usage:

-The one tries to be comprehensive and includes some technical data not necessarily provided by the others:

This is the google directory on the elements. For each element, it provides links to other sites. Each website should have been chosen by a human editor (so isn't just automatically generated as in a normal google search.):

Similar to the google directory is this directory, created by the "Open Directory Project." Again, for each element, an edited list of links is available: