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Atoms To Go is your go to source for chemical and nuclear data on the elements, much like a periodic table of the elements. In addition to the usual information found in such programs, it also contains a wealth of nuclear information on each isotope, including half life, decay mode, and daughter products.<br><br>Data is displayed for the following physical properties:<br>Density<br>Heat of Vaporization<br>Heat of Fusion<br>Specific Heat<br>Thermal Conductivity<br>Linear Expansion Coefficient<br>Melting Point<br>Boiling Point<br>Atomic Radius<br>Covalent Radius<br>Bulk, Shear, Young's Modulus<br>Poisson Ratio<br>Brinell, Mohs, and Vickers hardness data<br>Magnetic Susceptibility<br>Electrical Resistivity<br>Electron Affinity<br>Electric Dipole Polarizability<br>State (gas, liquid, solid)<br>Photoelectric Work Function<br>Electronegativity<br>Crystal Structure<br>Abundance in Earth's Crust<br>Abundance in Earth's Sea<br>Abundance in Earth's Atmosphere<br>Abundance in Solar System<br>Number of Isotopes<br>Number of Naturally Occuring Isotopes<br>Number of Stable Isotopes<br>Photon Interactions<br>Magnetic Dipole Moment<br>Electric Quadrupole Moment<br>Nuclear Spin<br><br>For each isotope, the following information is available:<br>Decay mode<br>Half life<br>Abundance<br>Atomic mass<br>Mass excess<br>Binding energy<br>Q value<br>Nuclear spin<br>Magnetic moment<br>Electric moment<br>Alpha radiation energy<br>Beta radiation energy<br>Electron capture radiation energy<br>Number of protons<br>Number of neutrons<br>Daughter produce<br>Possible parent(s)
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I used an app on my cell phone (Windows Mobile) that had considerably less information on each element. This has a lot of information in it.
This "app" is just a list of elements sorted by their names. There is no attempt to display and allow access to the element data from a periodic table, let alone from a list sorting them by their atomic number (which would be the second best way.) An app should really allow searching of all the data to take advantage of the whole point of the computer in a tablet. Also, while there is lots of data, there doesn't seem to be any way to copy and paste those values to other apps. A simple text document with this info would ironically be more useful.
I was glad to find an app with isotopic properties. Unfortunately most of the info on parent and daughter isotopes is incorrect (87Au is not the daughter of 87Rb, for example). Makes me wonder what other information is incorrect. App would rate 5 stars if errors were corrected in an update.
I have found this to be a superior reference as I am responsible as the public health planner for a district with a nuclear power station and the routine other man made sources.
I haven't yet checked for accuracy but cannot believe that gamma energies of isotopes are not included. I would think that to be a key item in the database.
Developed by Black Cat Systems.
Atoms To Go Periodic Table of the Elements is ranking in Reference & Education
Last update was at May 09, 2017and the current version is 1.5.
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