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  1. #1 Chemistry Freeware ! 
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    Here you can post chemistry freeware ( Software ) ;


    PERIODIC TABLE

    ftp://ftp.digsys.bg/pub/simtelnet/wi...m/mendl303.zip


    ftp://ftp.univie.ac.at/mirror/simtel...e/ptabl101.zip

    ftp://ftp.cse.cuhk.edu.hk/pub3/simte...m/periodic.zip

    ENIG. PERIODIC TABLE

    http://www.ktf-split.hr/~eni/toys/pse-24.zip

    BK PERIODIC LIBRARY

    http://www.orbit.org/perlib/perlib18.zip

    PERIODIC TABLE VIEWER

    http://www.freewebs.com/mkiiproducti...v/PTVsetup.exe


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    PERIODIC TABLE

    More fun with chemistry. Has the periodic table and info on the discoverers (who discovered oxygen anyway?). How many elements are we up to now? Also, info on the elements and their uses. (2.3MB)



    PERIODIC TABLE

    Periodic Table of the Elements represents a computer version of the periodic table of the elements in chemistry. The software has 118 command buttons, each representing an element and each is labeled by the atomic number and element symbol of the respective element. (335KB)

    ENIG. PERIODIC TABLE

    EniG. Periodic Table of Elements contains the basic data about the element in five languages. It shows visually the change of physical condition with the change of temperature. The calculating module from the programme "EniG. Chemistry Assistant" for fast calculating the mole mass compounds has also been integrated in the Periodic Table. (210KB)

    http://www.ktf-split.hr/~eni/toys/pse-24.zip

    BK PERIODIC LIBRARY

    Computer version of the periodic table. (362KB)

    PERIODIC TABLE

    The program currently displays the following properties: Atomic number, Name, Atomic weight, Electronegativity, Ionisation Potential, Atomic Radius and Electron Arrangement. (135KB)

    JVP PERIODIC TABLE

    NEW in this 4.0 release: Page Marking (go back to any spot), and MiniCalc Calculator. JVP_v4 Periodic Table still has a GUI format so you don't have to open a browser for HTML, Temporary History Bar at top of page so you don't need a backspace, Find Word or Phrase Function for a single page search, and JVPNote is included as a bonus. It allows you to access all the elements by Atomic Number, Alphabetical List, or Chemical Series group. It has all 109 known elements with 2,621 isotopes, and much more, with a "Fast Facts" page. This is one of the very few periodic tables which has both the isotopes and orbitals. The PDF Preview will give you a quick look at the enormous amount of information provided. This is a JAVA program, and you need the JAVA RUNTIME to run it. It has been tested on Windows XP. (1.6MB)

    http://www.lulu.com/content/384685


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    Quote Originally Posted by qenpo
    (who discovered oxygen anyway?).
    Antoine Lavoisier. French chemist beheaded during the revolution, he disproved the theory of "phlogiston".
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    is there any software that after you key in the reactants there will be the products automatically popping out?
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