Interactive periodic table featured as part of global IUPAC celebrations
2019 is a big year in the world of chemistry. Not only is it the International Year of the Periodic Table, it’s also the 100th anniversary of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC). What does this have to do with King's?
Building on a decade of work by a team of IUPAC isotope scientists and global educators, the King’s Centre for Visualization in Science launched its interactive, electronic IUPAC Periodic Table of the Elements and Isotopes (IPTEI) in 2016. Because of all that's happening in chemistry world in 2019, the tool is once again receiving international accolades and is being featured on leading chemistry websites around the world with thousands of users interacting with the tool daily.
The interactive electronic IUPAC Periodic Table of the Elements and Isotopes (IPTEI) and accompanying resources about isotopes were created by King’s undergraduates and faculty who worked with leading isotope scientists to create a truly cutting-edge learning tool. Since its official launch in 2016, the tool has received significant UI and new feature updates. Take a look for yourself!