The Periodic Table
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You can get a copy of my periodic table to save and
print out by selecting here.
You might also want to try the Round
Table Crossword, the Periodic
Table Jigsaw or the Word
The table below is based on the
one I use in school for GCSE Chemistry. The melting and boiling
points have been rounded off to whole numbers, which is good enough
for most purposes. Just select the element you want to find out
more about it. Below the table is the key
to the colours.
Usually have high melting points.
Mostly tough, strong, malleable and ductile.
Good conductors of heat.
Good conductors of electricity.
Mostly have low melting points.
Mostly brittle and crumbly when solid.
conductors of heat.
Mostly poor conductors of electricity.
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