This is the Windows app named jPeriodic whose latest release can be downloaded as jPeriodic-1.0.rar. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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jPeriodic is a simple table of elements coded in Java providing the user with the most common informations about each known chemical element. By clicking an element a popup will apear containing the selected elements attributes.
Additionaly jPeriodic offers a small temperature converter which is able to convert between Celcius and Kelvin.
Because jPeriodic is coded in Java the software is platform-independent, meaning you can run jPeriodic on Windows, Mac OS, Linux and many other operating systems which are able to run a Java Virtual Machine.
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