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GPeriodic is a periodic table application for Linux.

GPeriodic Alternatives

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    Download this app from Microsoft Store for Windows 10. See screenshots, read the latest customer reviews, and compare ratings for Periodica - Periodic Table.

  2. 12

    Interactive periodic table of the chemical elements in 38 languages - Includes properties, history, name origin, facts, applications, hazards, isotopes and more

    Open Source free

  3. FlexiQuiz is a powerful online test generator that enables you to create engaging online quizzes, tests, or exams in minutes. Choose from 100's of features to create a customized quiz that meets your objectives for business, education, or fun.

    Try for free freemium $25.0 / Monthly (Essentials plan)

  4. 14

    Kalzium (German for: Calcium) is a periodic table of the elements for KDE SC 4.

  5. 12

    Avogadro is a free, fantastically easy to use molecule editor.

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    Interactive periodic table with dynamic layouts showing names, electrons, oxidation, trend visualization, orbitals, isotopes, and compound search. Full descriptions from write-up sources.

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    A Periodic Table of Elements that contains more than 25 scientific truths about each element...

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    The Gnome Chemistry Utils include six chemistry related programs:

  9. ChemDraw - The Gold Standard for Chemical Structure Drawing and Research Publications.

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    Explore the chemical elements through this periodic table

  11. BKChem is a free (as in free software :o) chemical drawing program.

  12. ACD/ChemSketch for personal and academic use brings the power of our structure drawing package to your home computer.

  13. Chemical drawing and publishing software for desktop, web and mobile. Affordable and used by thousands of scientists around the world. Free trial available for immediate download.

  14. Ghemical is computational chemistry package, which is licensed under GNU GPL .

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