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Periodic Table of Chemical Elements Wikipedia Webmap (BASIC Edition)

Periodic Table of Chemical Elements Wikipedia Webmap (BASIC Edition)

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Periodic Table of Chemical Elements Wikipedia Webmap (Basic Edition) map showing the atomic building blocks of the universe in the "design classic" layout first created by Dmitri Mendeleev in 1869 and loved by science students ever since! With 166 branches hyperlinked to the relevant table group / period / element page on Wikipedia, this map provides the basic chemical framework for users to create their own Periodic Table-based maps. With the rich content of Wikipedia when it comes to the subject, this map also serves as a rudimentary research / reference map, enabling faster information discovery and the framework for users to add their newly discovered information to (as notes or sub-branches etc.), saving them hours in the process! Associated text marker groups based on the State at STP, Block, Group & Period, enable the elements to be "chemi-filtered" accordingly. They also enable users to "chemi-tag" (and of course "chemi-filter") branches on any existing maps by simply copying and adding them to the marker index.

Note: Due to technical inconsistency issues with the MindManager organisation & tree map structure used to create this map, it is not available in Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) format. 

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Periodic Table of Chemical Elements Wikipedia Webmap (Basic Edition) map with links to the relevant articles about each element on Wikipedia. The elements are arranged in a grid of Groups (columns) and Periods (lines) as sub-branches in standard "right map" structure showing:-   

  • Atomic Number
  • Symbok
  • Name (with any other common name in brackets below)
  • Relative Atomic Mass / Atomic Weight (rounded to 2 decimal places)

The branch box for the element is coloured according to the element category as given in Wikipedia. In addition the each element has a text tag indicating the state of the element (solid, liquid, gas or unknown) at Standard Temperature and Pressure (STP). 

Note: Due to technical inconsistency issues with the MindManager organisation & tree map structure used to create this map, it is not available in Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) format. 

 

Background Notes 
1. All relative atomic masses / atomic weights quoted on the map have been taken from the relevant Wikipedia article but for consistency of formatting they are only quoted to 2 decimal places. For more precise values, and valuable information about the known level of precision for that element, users should consult the relevant Wikipedia article. It is also the case that values may change in future as further research is undertaken, especially for the rarer elements.  

2. Aside from the Group and Period in the Standard Periodic Table and the "standard" element categories we used to format the individual branches, there are other ways of grouping the elements together, as well as other forms of the Periodic Table itself. Follow the links on the Wikipedia pages to find out more.

 

 

Update Regime
This map will be checked and reviewed annually. Users are welcome to request we update it sooner if there are serious errors and ommissions or significant new discoveries have been made.

 


Specific Purpose
The main purpose of this map is 3-fold:-

  • Definitive Reference Index List - You can't get much more definitive than the Periodic Table of Elements that make up the physical universe. Also the Wikipedia article linked to has all the physical property data your average researcher needs in a handy box at the top of the page.
  • Research Tool - Unlike our "proper Research Maps", the branches in this template map are only linked to one information source so it remains to be seen how Wikipedia is regarded by experts as a "definitive" information source about the Chemical Elements. We may bring out a proper Periodic Table of Chemical Elements Research map some point in the future if there is a demand.
  • Public Education Resource - Non-expert users can discover further information about the chemical elements that make up this big old beautiful physical world of ours and perhaps make a connection that they wouldn't otherwise have done.

NOTE: WE WOULD ALWAYS RECOMMEND USERS WORK ON A DUPLICATE COPY OF THE MAP SO THEY WILL STILL HAVE THE ORIGINAL AS A STARTING POINT FOR SUBSEQUENT RESEARCH PROJECTS.


Specific Tips For Use
1. As mentioned already the Wikipedia article linked to for each elelement has all the physical property data your average researcher needs in a handy box at the top of the page. Thus if there are specific properties you are always looking up it is a simple matter to append the data to the element branches in the map to make it easier to find the information in future.

See the About Our Maps section for general hints & tips for working with our maps.<

 

Publication Date(s): April 2016; August 2013
Language: English (UK)
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Originally Created Using: MindManager 12
Structure: Organisation & Tree map
Map Theme: Periodic Table
Number of Topics: 207
Number of Hyperlinks: 166
Approximate File Size: 0.1 MB (.mmap)
Information Sources: Wikipedia
SKU KM-13-B-2-M
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