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Quick Periodic Table of the Elements
Quick Learning LLC,
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Reference||1.4||March 18, 2014||4.86|
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Version 1.4 released on March 18, 2014
- iOS 7 enhancements - Updated the name of element #114 to Flerovium (Fl) - Updated the name of element #116 Livermorium (Lv)
Version 1.3 released on February 01, 2013
- Compatibility with iPhone 5 resolution. - Fix for rating screen skip button not working.
Version 1.2 released on November 04, 2012
• Fixed iOS6 crashes • User interface enhancements We apologize if you experienced problems with iOS6 crashes; this update resolves the issues. Please help support our development efforts by leaving a positive review for us in the App Store. Thank you for using Quick Elements!
Version 1.1 released on December 03, 2011
• Usability improvements • User interface enhancements
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Quick Elements offers rapid access to information on the elements useful for anyone in the sciences and engineering. Four periodic tables summarize a variety of information. Separate screens for all 118 elements provide 22 specific types of data. Access to that data is provided by a searchable list of elements that the user can organize by atomic number, symbol, or name. Choose from four different table views: - Groups: Elements are grouped into seven chemical categories - Class: Metals, Non-metals, and Metalloids - Representative Elements: Main-group elements grouped according to valence electron configuration - Orbital Blocks: Elements are grouped according to the highest-energy occupied orbital Element property data: - Atomic Properties - Chemical Properties - Mechanical Properties - Physical Properties Quick Elements also features full access to Wikipedia articles for each individual element; most articles include a photograph of the element. We are committed to ensuring Quick Elements is the best periodic table app for the iPhone, so please let us know if you have suggestions or feedback! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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