Periodic Table of the Elements (by Eckher)

Periodic Table of the Elements (by Eckher)

First introduced in the mid-19th century by Dmitry Mendeleev, the periodic table of the elements organizes the elements by atomic number. Eckher's Periodic Table of the Elements is the modern, responsive, interactive, accessible, and mobile- and touch-friendly version of the table. Its interactivity features allow you to easily navigate all 118 elements and get more information about each element.

How to use Eckher's Periodic Table of the Elements?

Explore the 18 column (IUPAC) and 32 column (long form) versions of the periodic table. Pan and zoom to change your view of the periodic table. Click each element to read the detailed information.

Features of Eckher's Periodic Table of the Elements

  • Pan and zoom: Pinch zoom, scroll the mouse wheel, or use the zoom controls to zoom the periodic table. Drag the mouse or use the touch-enabled interface to pan the periodic table.
  • Switch between table layouts: The 18 column (IUPAC) and 32 column (long form) versions of the periodic table are available.
Periodic Table of the Elements (by Eckher)
DeveloperEckher, Anton Vasetenkov
RegistrationOptional
TypeReference
DescriptionAn interactive, responsive, accessible, and mobile- and touch-friendly version of the periodic table.
Written inTypeScript
PlatformWeb application
Initial releaseJanuary 10, 2022
Latest releaseJanuary 11, 2022
Current statusActive
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Periodic Table of the Elements (by Eckher)
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57–71
Lanthanoids
89–103
Actinoids
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