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Sep 27, 2007 | 10:42 PM EDT

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(EDIT:1
Well we cant get any solution for the small size , that we can only say is u can use the right buttom and make it bigger. Sorry)

Its for helping with the chemistry :)
an interactive chemistry table so Ty to all for saw it

Brian Adams B. (a great teacher) have designed this, and i think that can be usefull here.

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nanothiefnanothief

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Nice Reference

One of the best periodic table references I've seen - very detailed. Unfortunately when viewed through newgrounds, it is too small. To fix this, go to the direct link for the flash: http://uploads.ungrounded.net/402000/
402641_pt2k61012.swf


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djbdr248djbdr248

Rated 5 / 5 stars

gave the push i needed.

Could not quite grasp it b4 but w/ this I was able to synthosize, fyntenol from grass clipings and a house plant.


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gabynilico responds:

hehehe have fun men!


lucazoidlucazoid

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

too small

the information was probably really good, i dont know because it was really too small, try to make a bigger screen; instead of putting a link on the elements maybe you couldve put a description of the element by your teacher, seeing as hes a great teacher
but apart from the its great


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gabynilico responds:

yup he is the best :D !


FremenFremen

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I love you.

you are a chem god among men.

This info is amazing!!!


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gabynilico responds:

well ... it think that was fine ...
thanks :)


MollywopMollywop

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Really nice tool

This tool has A TON of information for anybody needing information on Elements. I like how elements can be seperated into catagories. I also like how each element links to a page describing it. Even though Wikipedia isn't always the most reliable source of information it seems to hold up when it comes to elements, so it works. Tell your teacher he did a good job and thanks for posting this on NG for everyone to try out.


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gabynilico responds:

^_^ ty men!