This collection includes six high quality versions of the Periodic Table that highlight particular features, including:
❶ Atomic Mass
❷ Common Group Names (Groups 1,2,3-12,17,18)
❸ All Group Names (Group 1-18)
In addition to designs in full color, the set includes black and white versions so that students may create their own color codes for the groups.
All 6 tables are designed in high resolution, enabling you to print poster-sized versions to match those that you hand out in class. I've printed the tables at up to 3 feet in width and observed no loss in quality.
These periodic tables are part of a larger series designed in a similar format to maintain consistency and minimize distractions for students.
They allow students to focus on the tasks and concepts at hand, rather than the added effort of interpreting differently designed periodic tables from various sources.
If you are interested in high quality legible periodic tables that include common charges and mass, you may enjoy Part 1: Periodic Table Series - Charge and Density
and Part 3: Periodic Table Series - Configurations and Valence
☑ Periodic Table - Mass, Blank Color Code, Group and Period Numbers
☑ Periodic Table - Mass, Colored Common Groups, Group and Period Numbers
☑ Periodic Table - Mass, Colored Groups
☑ Periodic Table - Mass, Blank Color Codes
☑ Periodic Table - Mass, Colored Common Groups
☑ Periodic Table - Mass, Group Names, Group and Period Numbers
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