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Color Periodic table depicting a differentiation of element's natural state at 298 K.
The element names as well as the spellings of the lanthanide and actinide series follow conventions in the United States of America. The group designations of 1 through 18 follow the current convention of the International
Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC); the IA through VIIIA labels used in the United States are included for historical reference. The element names include those which IUPAC has recognized as of November 2016.
Atomic masses are rounded values used in the 2014 Advanced Placement (AP) Chemistry Exam Periodic Table; masses in parentheses denote the most stable or relevant radioisotope. The underlined masses taken from the AP
Periodic Table are not within the range of IUPAC’s mass values published in 2016.
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