Advanced Graphics - Periodic Table Sample

This sample demonstrates many different methods of painting directly to a form to and creating 'clickable' regions. The project draws the Periodic Table and all associated properties with each element.



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On top you find the Table of Mendeliev (of Mendeljef), beneath, the properties of the current selected element (inverted box in the table).

You can select a chemical element:

  • using the cursor keys
  • by clicking the element in the table
  • using the popup-menu item : Go to element
  • by clicking then Go to element button (binoculars)

The Presented Properties

Average atomic mass IonCharge Oxidationnumber
Covalent radii ( E ) Electro-negativity 1st Ionisation potential ( in eV )
Density ( 10e3 . kg / m3 ) Specific gravition Specific heat ( Joule / g .0C )
Evaporation heat Boiling point ( 0C ) Melting point ( 0C )
Fusion heat Heat conduction Electric conduction

When you click one of these properties, they will be presented graphically in the table.>p

Oxidate Trap

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Meaning

  • 2 - acid oxide
  • 8, 5 - predominantly acid amphoteric
  • 3, 7 - amphoteric
  • 9, 4 - predominantly basic amphoteric
  • 1 - basic oxide
  • 6 - state doesn't exist, is onstable or badly defined
  • * - approximate stoechimetry of the oxide
  • ( ) - are rare

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