List of Elements By Atomic Properties - Notes

Notes

  • a few atomic radii are calculated, not experimental
Periodic tables
Standard form
Wide form
  • Wide form (Inline f-block)
  • Wide form, large
  • Vertical
Extended form
  • Extension beyond the 7th period
    • Pyykkö model
    • compact
  • Extended form, large
    • Pyykkö model
Alternative structure
  • Alternatives
  • Chemical Galaxy
  • Janet table
    • compact
Element properties
  • Atomic weights
  • Crystal structure
  • Dietary elements
  • Electron affinities
  • Electron configurations
  • Electronegativity by Allen scale
  • Electronegativity by Pauling scale
  • Goldschmidt classification
  • Maximum valences
  • Nutritional elements
  • Platinum group metals (PGM)
  • Rare earth elements
  • Refractory metals
List of elements by
  • Abundance (in humans)
  • Atomic properties
  • Nuclear stability
  • Production
  • Symbol
Data pages
  • Abundances
  • Atomic radii
  • Boiling points
  • Critical points
  • Densities
  • Elastic properties
  • Electrical resistivities
  • Electron affinities
  • Electron configurations
  • Electronegativities
  • Hardnesses
  • Heat capacities
  • Heats of fusion
  • Heats of vaporization
  • Ionization energies
  • Melting points
  • Oxidation states
  • Speeds of sound
  • Thermal conductivities
  • Thermal expansion coefficients
  • Vapor pressures
Groups
  • 1 (Alkali metals)
  • 2 (Alkaline earth metals)
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8
  • 9
  • 10
  • 11
  • 12
  • 13 (Boron group)
  • 14 (Carbon group)
  • 15 (Pnictogens)
  • 16 (Chalcogens)
  • 17 (Halogens)
  • 18 (Noble gases)
Metals–nonmetals
  • Metals
  • Metalloids
    • dividing line
  • Nonmetals
  • Subgroups: Alkali metals
  • Alkaline earth metals
  • Lanthanides
  • Actinides
  • Superactinides
  • Eka-superactinides
  • Transition metals
  • Metalloids
  • Post-transition metals
  • Other nonmetals
  • Halogens
  • Noble gases
Blocks
  • s-block
  • p-block
  • d-block
  • f-block
  • g-block
Periods
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8
  • 9
Other scripts
  • {{Periodic table (Hindi, legend)}}
  • {{Periodic table (simplified Chinese)}}
History
  • Element discoveries
  • History of the periodic table
  • Name etymology
    • controversies
    • places
    • scientists
See also
  • Dmitri Mendeleev
  • Collective names of groups of like elements
  • IUPAC
    • nomenclature
    • systematic element name
  • Trivial name
  • Book
  • Category
  • Chemistry Portal

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