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    EMD Periodic Table of Elements for iPad

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Company: Merck KGaA
Published under: EMD Chemicals © EMD Chemicals Inc. at United States
Device: iPad
Condition: Chemistry
Category: General
Current Version: 2.2.0
Size: 10 MB
Langauge: English, French, German, Spanish
Created: 07-23-2013
Updated: 03-15-2019
Developer: EMD Chemicals
Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.1 or later
0 Ratings
Total Downloads: 73
 
Description
The periodic table in digital form, interactive and at a glance – entirely free of charge. Immediately find any imaginable information about an element, calculate molar masses of any compounds you like, facilitate your overview with infographics, compare atomic radii, masses, electronegativities, and much more!After over a million downloads, now with extended functions, improved features and...more

EMD Periodic Table of Elements for iPad

EMD Periodic Table of Elements for iPad

EMD Periodic Table of Elements for iPad

EMD Periodic Table of Elements for iPad

EMD Periodic Table of Elements for iPad


Customer Reviews

the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Excellent 
Best I’ve seen.
 
Must have app for anyone that’s has some relation with chemistry 
It’s very clean, well organized and yet loaded details
 
Great App 
Great and accurate resource with lots of info. UI is really goods, and I haven’t noticed any bugs or other anomalies. Very useful app!
 
Just one more thing 
It would be great to have the exact mass of the isotopes listed with their % abundance’s for mass spec purposes.
 
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Simple and free 
If you hate small petty things out of an app that a child would get upset at like the one star review I found on here, don’t get the app. Most adults would have some kind of understanding as to why there’s an element that’s nonexistent on the app. i guess if i were to complain, for people that don’t know their elements, at least separate curiosity away from the table and/or specify that it is not an element. However, i don’t understand how anyone would get upset at that. Most people downloading this app probably know a bit about their elements such as the person that left a one star review. This is a great app that’s simple and free...
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Excellent 
Best I’ve seen.
 
Must have app for anyone that’s has some relation with chemistry 
It’s very clean, well organized and yet loaded details
 
Great App 
Great and accurate resource with lots of info. UI is really goods, and I haven’t noticed any bugs or other anomalies. Very useful app!
 
Just one more thing 
It would be great to have the exact mass of the isotopes listed with their % abundance’s for mass spec purposes.
 
Amazing 
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Simple and free 
If you hate small petty things out of an app that a child would get upset at like the one star review I found on here, don’t get the app. Most adults would have some kind of understanding as to why there’s an element that’s nonexistent on the app. i guess if i were to complain, for people that don’t know their elements, at least separate curiosity away from the table and/or specify that it is not an element. However, i don’t understand how anyone would get upset at that. Most people downloading this app probably know a bit about their elements such as the person that left a one star review. This is a great app that’s simple and free...
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Excellent 
Best I’ve seen.
 
Must have app for anyone that’s has some relation with chemistry 
It’s very clean, well organized and yet loaded details
 
Great App 
Great and accurate resource with lots of info. UI is really goods, and I haven’t noticed any bugs or other anomalies. Very useful app!
 
Just one more thing 
It would be great to have the exact mass of the isotopes listed with their % abundance’s for mass spec purposes.
 
Amazing 
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Simple and free 
If you hate small petty things out of an app that a child would get upset at like the one star review I found on here, don’t get the app. Most adults would have some kind of understanding as to why there’s an element that’s nonexistent on the app. i guess if i were to complain, for people that don’t know their elements, at least separate curiosity away from the table and/or specify that it is not an element. However, i don’t understand how anyone would get upset at that. Most people downloading this app probably know a bit about their elements such as the person that left a one star review. This is a great app that’s simple and free...
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Excellent 
Best I’ve seen.
 
Must have app for anyone that’s has some relation with chemistry 
It’s very clean, well organized and yet loaded details
 
Great App 
Great and accurate resource with lots of info. UI is really goods, and I haven’t noticed any bugs or other anomalies. Very useful app!
 
Just one more thing 
It would be great to have the exact mass of the isotopes listed with their % abundance’s for mass spec purposes.
 
Amazing 
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Simple and free 
If you hate small petty things out of an app that a child would get upset at like the one star review I found on here, don’t get the app. Most adults would have some kind of understanding as to why there’s an element that’s nonexistent on the app. i guess if i were to complain, for people that don’t know their elements, at least separate curiosity away from the table and/or specify that it is not an element. However, i don’t understand how anyone would get upset at that. Most people downloading this app probably know a bit about their elements such as the person that left a one star review. This is a great app that’s simple and free...
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Excellent 
Best I’ve seen.
 
Must have app for anyone that’s has some relation with chemistry 
It’s very clean, well organized and yet loaded details
 
Great App 
Great and accurate resource with lots of info. UI is really goods, and I haven’t noticed any bugs or other anomalies. Very useful app!
 
Just one more thing 
It would be great to have the exact mass of the isotopes listed with their % abundance’s for mass spec purposes.
 
Amazing 
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Simple and free 
If you hate small petty things out of an app that a child would get upset at like the one star review I found on here, don’t get the app. Most adults would have some kind of understanding as to why there’s an element that’s nonexistent on the app. i guess if i were to complain, for people that don’t know their elements, at least separate curiosity away from the table and/or specify that it is not an element. However, i don’t understand how anyone would get upset at that. Most people downloading this app probably know a bit about their elements such as the person that left a one star review. This is a great app that’s simple and free...
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Excellent 
Best I’ve seen.
 
Must have app for anyone that’s has some relation with chemistry 
It’s very clean, well organized and yet loaded details
 
Great App 
Great and accurate resource with lots of info. UI is really goods, and I haven’t noticed any bugs or other anomalies. Very useful app!
 
Just one more thing 
It would be great to have the exact mass of the isotopes listed with their % abundance’s for mass spec purposes.
 
Amazing 
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Simple and free 
If you hate small petty things out of an app that a child would get upset at like the one star review I found on here, don’t get the app. Most adults would have some kind of understanding as to why there’s an element that’s nonexistent on the app. i guess if i were to complain, for people that don’t know their elements, at least separate curiosity away from the table and/or specify that it is not an element. However, i don’t understand how anyone would get upset at that. Most people downloading this app probably know a bit about their elements such as the person that left a one star review. This is a great app that’s simple and free...
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Excellent 
Best I’ve seen.
 
Must have app for anyone that’s has some relation with chemistry 
It’s very clean, well organized and yet loaded details
 
Great App 
Great and accurate resource with lots of info. UI is really goods, and I haven’t noticed any bugs or other anomalies. Very useful app!
 
Just one more thing 
It would be great to have the exact mass of the isotopes listed with their % abundance’s for mass spec purposes.
 
Amazing 
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Simple and free 
If you hate small petty things out of an app that a child would get upset at like the one star review I found on here, don’t get the app. Most adults would have some kind of understanding as to why there’s an element that’s nonexistent on the app. i guess if i were to complain, for people that don’t know their elements, at least separate curiosity away from the table and/or specify that it is not an element. However, i don’t understand how anyone would get upset at that. Most people downloading this app probably know a bit about their elements such as the person that left a one star review. This is a great app that’s simple and free...
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Excellent 
Best I’ve seen.
 
Must have app for anyone that’s has some relation with chemistry 
It’s very clean, well organized and yet loaded details
 
Great App 
Great and accurate resource with lots of info. UI is really goods, and I haven’t noticed any bugs or other anomalies. Very useful app!
 
Just one more thing 
It would be great to have the exact mass of the isotopes listed with their % abundance’s for mass spec purposes.
 
Amazing 
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Simple and free 
If you hate small petty things out of an app that a child would get upset at like the one star review I found on here, don’t get the app. Most adults would have some kind of understanding as to why there’s an element that’s nonexistent on the app. i guess if i were to complain, for people that don’t know their elements, at least separate curiosity away from the table and/or specify that it is not an element. However, i don’t understand how anyone would get upset at that. Most people downloading this app probably know a bit about their elements such as the person that left a one star review. This is a great app that’s simple and free...
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Excellent 
Best I’ve seen.
 
Must have app for anyone that’s has some relation with chemistry 
It’s very clean, well organized and yet loaded details
 
Great App 
Great and accurate resource with lots of info. UI is really goods, and I haven’t noticed any bugs or other anomalies. Very useful app!
 
Just one more thing 
It would be great to have the exact mass of the isotopes listed with their % abundance’s for mass spec purposes.
 
Amazing 
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Simple and free 
If you hate small petty things out of an app that a child would get upset at like the one star review I found on here, don’t get the app. Most adults would have some kind of understanding as to why there’s an element that’s nonexistent on the app. i guess if i were to complain, for people that don’t know their elements, at least separate curiosity away from the table and/or specify that it is not an element. However, i don’t understand how anyone would get upset at that. Most people downloading this app probably know a bit about their elements such as the person that left a one star review. This is a great app that’s simple and free...
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Excellent 
Best I’ve seen.
 
Must have app for anyone that’s has some relation with chemistry 
It’s very clean, well organized and yet loaded details
 
Great App 
Great and accurate resource with lots of info. UI is really goods, and I haven’t noticed any bugs or other anomalies. Very useful app!
 
Just one more thing 
It would be great to have the exact mass of the isotopes listed with their % abundance’s for mass spec purposes.
 
Amazing 
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Simple and free 
If you hate small petty things out of an app that a child would get upset at like the one star review I found on here, don’t get the app. Most adults would have some kind of understanding as to why there’s an element that’s nonexistent on the app. i guess if i were to complain, for people that don’t know their elements, at least separate curiosity away from the table and/or specify that it is not an element. However, i don’t understand how anyone would get upset at that. Most people downloading this app probably know a bit about their elements such as the person that left a one star review. This is a great app that’s simple and free...
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Excellent 
Best I’ve seen.
 
Must have app for anyone that’s has some relation with chemistry 
It’s very clean, well organized and yet loaded details
 
Great App 
Great and accurate resource with lots of info. UI is really goods, and I haven’t noticed any bugs or other anomalies. Very useful app!
 
Just one more thing 
It would be great to have the exact mass of the isotopes listed with their % abundance’s for mass spec purposes.
 
Amazing 
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Simple and free 
If you hate small petty things out of an app that a child would get upset at like the one star review I found on here, don’t get the app. Most adults would have some kind of understanding as to why there’s an element that’s nonexistent on the app. i guess if i were to complain, for people that don’t know their elements, at least separate curiosity away from the table and/or specify that it is not an element. However, i don’t understand how anyone would get upset at that. Most people downloading this app probably know a bit about their elements such as the person that left a one star review. This is a great app that’s simple and free...
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Excellent 
Best I’ve seen.
 
Must have app for anyone that’s has some relation with chemistry 
It’s very clean, well organized and yet loaded details
 
Great App 
Great and accurate resource with lots of info. UI is really goods, and I haven’t noticed any bugs or other anomalies. Very useful app!
 
Just one more thing 
It would be great to have the exact mass of the isotopes listed with their % abundance’s for mass spec purposes.
 
Amazing 
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Simple and free 
If you hate small petty things out of an app that a child would get upset at like the one star review I found on here, don’t get the app. Most adults would have some kind of understanding as to why there’s an element that’s nonexistent on the app. i guess if i were to complain, for people that don’t know their elements, at least separate curiosity away from the table and/or specify that it is not an element. However, i don’t understand how anyone would get upset at that. Most people downloading this app probably know a bit about their elements such as the person that left a one star review. This is a great app that’s simple and free...
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Excellent 
Best I’ve seen.
 
Must have app for anyone that’s has some relation with chemistry 
It’s very clean, well organized and yet loaded details
 
Great App 
Great and accurate resource with lots of info. UI is really goods, and I haven’t noticed any bugs or other anomalies. Very useful app!
 
Just one more thing 
It would be great to have the exact mass of the isotopes listed with their % abundance’s for mass spec purposes.
 
Amazing 
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Simple and free 
If you hate small petty things out of an app that a child would get upset at like the one star review I found on here, don’t get the app. Most adults would have some kind of understanding as to why there’s an element that’s nonexistent on the app. i guess if i were to complain, for people that don’t know their elements, at least separate curiosity away from the table and/or specify that it is not an element. However, i don’t understand how anyone would get upset at that. Most people downloading this app probably know a bit about their elements such as the person that left a one star review. This is a great app that’s simple and free...
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Excellent 
Best I’ve seen.
 
Must have app for anyone that’s has some relation with chemistry 
It’s very clean, well organized and yet loaded details
 
Great App 
Great and accurate resource with lots of info. UI is really goods, and I haven’t noticed any bugs or other anomalies. Very useful app!
 
Just one more thing 
It would be great to have the exact mass of the isotopes listed with their % abundance’s for mass spec purposes.
 
Amazing 
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Simple and free 
If you hate small petty things out of an app that a child would get upset at like the one star review I found on here, don’t get the app. Most adults would have some kind of understanding as to why there’s an element that’s nonexistent on the app. i guess if i were to complain, for people that don’t know their elements, at least separate curiosity away from the table and/or specify that it is not an element. However, i don’t understand how anyone would get upset at that. Most people downloading this app probably know a bit about their elements such as the person that left a one star review. This is a great app that’s simple and free...
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Excellent 
Best I’ve seen.
 
Must have app for anyone that’s has some relation with chemistry 
It’s very clean, well organized and yet loaded details
 
Great App 
Great and accurate resource with lots of info. UI is really goods, and I haven’t noticed any bugs or other anomalies. Very useful app!
 
Just one more thing 
It would be great to have the exact mass of the isotopes listed with their % abundance’s for mass spec purposes.
 
Amazing 
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Simple and free 
If you hate small petty things out of an app that a child would get upset at like the one star review I found on here, don’t get the app. Most adults would have some kind of understanding as to why there’s an element that’s nonexistent on the app. i guess if i were to complain, for people that don’t know their elements, at least separate curiosity away from the table and/or specify that it is not an element. However, i don’t understand how anyone would get upset at that. Most people downloading this app probably know a bit about their elements such as the person that left a one star review. This is a great app that’s simple and free...
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Excellent 
Best I’ve seen.
 
Must have app for anyone that’s has some relation with chemistry 
It’s very clean, well organized and yet loaded details
 
Great App 
Great and accurate resource with lots of info. UI is really goods, and I haven’t noticed any bugs or other anomalies. Very useful app!
 
Just one more thing 
It would be great to have the exact mass of the isotopes listed with their % abundance’s for mass spec purposes.
 
Amazing 
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Simple and free 
If you hate small petty things out of an app that a child would get upset at like the one star review I found on here, don’t get the app. Most adults would have some kind of understanding as to why there’s an element that’s nonexistent on the app. i guess if i were to complain, for people that don’t know their elements, at least separate curiosity away from the table and/or specify that it is not an element. However, i don’t understand how anyone would get upset at that. Most people downloading this app probably know a bit about their elements such as the person that left a one star review. This is a great app that’s simple and free...
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Excellent 
Best I’ve seen.
 
Must have app for anyone that’s has some relation with chemistry 
It’s very clean, well organized and yet loaded details
 
Great App 
Great and accurate resource with lots of info. UI is really goods, and I haven’t noticed any bugs or other anomalies. Very useful app!
 
Just one more thing 
It would be great to have the exact mass of the isotopes listed with their % abundance’s for mass spec purposes.
 
Amazing 
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Simple and free 
If you hate small petty things out of an app that a child would get upset at like the one star review I found on here, don’t get the app. Most adults would have some kind of understanding as to why there’s an element that’s nonexistent on the app. i guess if i were to complain, for people that don’t know their elements, at least separate curiosity away from the table and/or specify that it is not an element. However, i don’t understand how anyone would get upset at that. Most people downloading this app probably know a bit about their elements such as the person that left a one star review. This is a great app that’s simple and free...
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Excellent 
Best I’ve seen.
 
Must have app for anyone that’s has some relation with chemistry 
It’s very clean, well organized and yet loaded details
 
Great App 
Great and accurate resource with lots of info. UI is really goods, and I haven’t noticed any bugs or other anomalies. Very useful app!
 
Just one more thing 
It would be great to have the exact mass of the isotopes listed with their % abundance’s for mass spec purposes.
 
Amazing 
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Simple and free 
If you hate small petty things out of an app that a child would get upset at like the one star review I found on here, don’t get the app. Most adults would have some kind of understanding as to why there’s an element that’s nonexistent on the app. i guess if i were to complain, for people that don’t know their elements, at least separate curiosity away from the table and/or specify that it is not an element. However, i don’t understand how anyone would get upset at that. Most people downloading this app probably know a bit about their elements such as the person that left a one star review. This is a great app that’s simple and free...
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Excellent 
Best I’ve seen.
 
Must have app for anyone that’s has some relation with chemistry 
It’s very clean, well organized and yet loaded details
 
Great App 
Great and accurate resource with lots of info. UI is really goods, and I haven’t noticed any bugs or other anomalies. Very useful app!
 
Just one more thing 
It would be great to have the exact mass of the isotopes listed with their % abundance’s for mass spec purposes.
 
Amazing 
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Simple and free 
If you hate small petty things out of an app that a child would get upset at like the one star review I found on here, don’t get the app. Most adults would have some kind of understanding as to why there’s an element that’s nonexistent on the app. i guess if i were to complain, for people that don’t know their elements, at least separate curiosity away from the table and/or specify that it is not an element. However, i don’t understand how anyone would get upset at that. Most people downloading this app probably know a bit about their elements such as the person that left a one star review. This is a great app that’s simple and free...
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Excellent 
Best I’ve seen.
 
Must have app for anyone that’s has some relation with chemistry 
It’s very clean, well organized and yet loaded details
 
Great App 
Great and accurate resource with lots of info. UI is really goods, and I haven’t noticed any bugs or other anomalies. Very useful app!
 
Just one more thing 
It would be great to have the exact mass of the isotopes listed with their % abundance’s for mass spec purposes.
 
Amazing 
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Simple and free 
If you hate small petty things out of an app that a child would get upset at like the one star review I found on here, don’t get the app. Most adults would have some kind of understanding as to why there’s an element that’s nonexistent on the app. i guess if i were to complain, for people that don’t know their elements, at least separate curiosity away from the table and/or specify that it is not an element. However, i don’t understand how anyone would get upset at that. Most people downloading this app probably know a bit about their elements such as the person that left a one star review. This is a great app that’s simple and free...
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Excellent 
Best I’ve seen.
 
Must have app for anyone that’s has some relation with chemistry 
It’s very clean, well organized and yet loaded details
 
Great App 
Great and accurate resource with lots of info. UI is really goods, and I haven’t noticed any bugs or other anomalies. Very useful app!
 
Just one more thing 
It would be great to have the exact mass of the isotopes listed with their % abundance’s for mass spec purposes.
 
Amazing 
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Simple and free 
If you hate small petty things out of an app that a child would get upset at like the one star review I found on here, don’t get the app. Most adults would have some kind of understanding as to why there’s an element that’s nonexistent on the app. i guess if i were to complain, for people that don’t know their elements, at least separate curiosity away from the table and/or specify that it is not an element. However, i don’t understand how anyone would get upset at that. Most people downloading this app probably know a bit about their elements such as the person that left a one star review. This is a great app that’s simple and free...
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Excellent 
Best I’ve seen.
 
Must have app for anyone that’s has some relation with chemistry 
It’s very clean, well organized and yet loaded details
 
Great App 
Great and accurate resource with lots of info. UI is really goods, and I haven’t noticed any bugs or other anomalies. Very useful app!
 
Just one more thing 
It would be great to have the exact mass of the isotopes listed with their % abundance’s for mass spec purposes.
 
Amazing 
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the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Excellent 
Best I’ve seen.
 
Must have app for anyone that’s has some relation with chemistry 
It’s very clean, well organized and yet loaded details
 
Great App 
Great and accurate resource with lots of info. UI is really goods, and I haven’t noticed any bugs or other anomalies. Very useful app!
 
Just one more thing 
It would be great to have the exact mass of the isotopes listed with their % abundance’s for mass spec purposes.
 
Amazing 
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the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Excellent 
Best I’ve seen.
 
Must have app for anyone that’s has some relation with chemistry 
It’s very clean, well organized and yet loaded details
 
Great App 
Great and accurate resource with lots of info. UI is really goods, and I haven’t noticed any bugs or other anomalies. Very useful app!
 
Just one more thing 
It would be great to have the exact mass of the isotopes listed with their % abundance’s for mass spec purposes.
 
Amazing 
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Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Excellent 
Best I’ve seen.
 
Must have app for anyone that’s has some relation with chemistry 
It’s very clean, well organized and yet loaded details
 
Great App 
Great and accurate resource with lots of info. UI is really goods, and I haven’t noticed any bugs or other anomalies. Very useful app!
 
Just one more thing 
It would be great to have the exact mass of the isotopes listed with their % abundance’s for mass spec purposes.
 
Amazing 
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Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Excellent 
Best I’ve seen.
 
Must have app for anyone that’s has some relation with chemistry 
It’s very clean, well organized and yet loaded details
 
Great App 
Great and accurate resource with lots of info. UI is really goods, and I haven’t noticed any bugs or other anomalies. Very useful app!
 
Just one more thing 
It would be great to have the exact mass of the isotopes listed with their % abundance’s for mass spec purposes.
 
Amazing 
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Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Excellent 
Best I’ve seen.
 
Must have app for anyone that’s has some relation with chemistry 
It’s very clean, well organized and yet loaded details
 
Great App 
Great and accurate resource with lots of info. UI is really goods, and I haven’t noticed any bugs or other anomalies. Very useful app!
 
Just one more thing 
It would be great to have the exact mass of the isotopes listed with their % abundance’s for mass spec purposes.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Excellent 
Best I’ve seen.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Excellent 
Best I’ve seen.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Excellent 
Best I’ve seen.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Excellent 
Best I’ve seen.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Superb! 
A most excellent periodic table and elemental properties app! As a chemist, I wouldn't be without it.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Great! I just can’t see it! 
Phenomenal set of features and info! However you can’t zoom in and scroll so it’s hard to read. Also needs screen optimization for iPhone X and Max.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
App 
I did not enjoy this app because it did not help me at all with my work
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
La mejor !!’ ♥️👌 
Ame esta aplicación es tan completa y realmente muy educativo, les daría más estrellas ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Reference app includes made up element. Why? 
The “curiositum” (or however it is spelled) should not be on the periodic table, because it is not part of the periodic table. It has no business being included there for the same reason you wouldn’t put a “curiosity constant” in a physics formula. Put your advertising somewhere else. I chose this app over the many others available because I liked the clean and cool design, which I no longer feel it has. I will change my rating to five stars once the bogus element is removed from the table.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Very good 
If you want the best PTE, look no further. Beautiful! But: New update still hasn’t updated #60. #60 neodymium-doesn't say anything about being used in magnets. " ""should update."" "
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Very good 
If you want the best PTE, look no further. Beautiful! But: New update still hasn’t updated #60. #60 neodymium-doesn't say anything about being used in magnets. " ""should update."" "
 
Keep it a clean reference UX without fluff, please 
So we finally have the names in place at the end of period 7, which has been much needed ever since they were officially adopted months ago, but then you go and add an eyesore with that curiosity tile. Put it somewhere else in the app if you must. Just get it off of the table itself. It has no place being there. I originally picked this app for being a clean aesthetics reference. I don’t want it to be clogged up with outreach fluff like so many other periodic table apps.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
the best 
one of the very best science apps. fantastic GUI. beautiful. a level of content for every scientific need. congrats to the developers.
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah 
Best app forever Poulloh Foutah Conakry
 
¡Me gusta mucho! 
La verdad es que yo solo uso la tabla periódica para hacer crucigramas, pero con esta dan ganas de ser químico. Muy completa y fácil de usar. ¡Y gratis!
 
¡Me gusta mucho! 
La verdad es que yo solo uso la tabla periódica para hacer crucigramas, pero con esta dan ganas de ser químico. Muy completa y fácil de usar.
 
Fantastic! 
Please! Update the app for iPhone X!
 
Best Periodic Table App 
Stunning periodic table app that blows the others out of the water. Gives atomic masses, electronegativity, periodic trends, and quick blurbs about each element.
 
Great, but 
Update to include all 118 element names! This app still lists Oganesson as Ununoctium, etc. Otherwise this is a great app!
 
Great! 
The app is great. Though only thing I'd like is the ability to type in values on the sliders instead of having to use the +/- sighs to change the values. But over all it met all of my academic needs and is overall a great resource.
 
Great App 
Great all around! Very easy to navigate! Great for quick conformation checks! Love it Thanks
 
Amazing! 
This app is too good to be free! The layout is clean and concise, and the information is great! I strongly recommend this app. (Note: in the app's settings, you can change the temperature unit to Celsius if you'd like.)
 
Pure excellence. 
If you want the best PTE, look no further. Beautiful! #60 neodymium-doesn't say anything about be used in magnets. " ""time for an update."" "
 
This app is amazing! 
The design, the details, everythings, its amazing, i wish i had more apps designed like this for other school subjects!!! Im in love 😍😍
 
Cool 
This app has lots of cool features that are fun to explore.
 
Cool 
This app has lots of cool features that are fun to explore.
 
To good to be well free 
This app is awesome i was hooked to it and it's free it's just wow you should use this app to help u with life
 
Me ha encantado 
Lo mejor que te visto
 
Épica 
Es la única app que creo que sin pedirme reseña le he dado una reseña positiva, la verdad amo esta tabla es súper útil y te salva de muchas :)
 
Best chemistry app! 
Tried multiple other chemistry apps and this one is straightforward and streamlined. Includes a molar mass calculator (which might spoil you)! Two thumbs up!
 
Why are temps in F? 
I really like the format & info, but why are all units metric except temperature? Please use either kelvin or Celsius!
 
My favorite table. 
You cannot find a better periodic table.
 
Excelente 
Contiene todos los elementos, muy util para los estudiantes en la materia de quimica.
 
Awesome app! 
This app is great! It contains all the information that you'll ever need for the elements. This is a very useful app for students and scientists!
 
Super 
Awesome information, excellent photos, superb interface. Nothing more to say.
 
Splendid app! 
Only one error in it - which will be obvious (in some countries) to even first year chemistry students: Aluminium versus Aluminum 5-syllable al-u-MIN-i-um versus 4-syllable a-LUM-in-um Only one of these spellings is represented in this otherwise splendid app.
 
The best 
Better designed than any other such app
 
Good but could be a little better 
This app is very informative, however being a mass spectrometrist its I think including the monoisotopic masses of the elements would be very useful.
 
Density 
I would like to know the density compared to air, water or other fluids.
 
Best educational tools 
Best educational tools for detailed tables
 
Well done and useful 
So well designed that sometimes I just like choosing some of the more esoteric elements to read their histories and their physical properties. An excellent tool for younger students too.
 
Excelente aplicación 
Es rápida, tiene buena interfaz y tiene mayor información que las tabla impresas
 
App muy útil para estudiantes. 
Esta app me es muy útil para poder estudiar química, la recomiendo mucho.
 
Best PToE ever!! 
It's really nice that it even shows the information and the pictures of ppl who discovered the elements.
 
Really Nice App 
11/23/15 Update I don't want to update because of how garish the new logo is. Looks like a child did it with a crayon. It's literally *so* bad I had to update my review. **original review** My wife and I got stuck in really bad July 4th weekend beach traffic. It was so bad I had the time to check out this app. We ended up competing to see who knew more elements. It was an unusual moment of geek for the two of us and helped make the last 45 minutes of traffic actually enjoyable! By the way: my wife unleashed a hidden knowledge bank and whooped up on me.
 
Great App! 
I'm just a scientist wannabe but this is really impressive with a very useful and pretty interface! kudos
 
Pure excellence. 
If you want the best PTE, look no further. Beautiful! update. Thanks.
 
Favorite periodic table app 
Complete. Easy. Sleek. Up to date. Perfect. I use it alot in my studies.
 
Great update 
Redesign looks good!
 
Ridiculously good update 
This was always a good chemistry app but now it is wonderful.
 
Extremely Informative App! And Useful! 
EMD PTE is a great way to learn the properties of the chemical elements. Quit playing Candy Crush and get this‼️
 
Amazing aesthetic update! 
It was always a great app but this update made it amazing.
 
Best App for school 
I'm working towards a Chemistry B.S. and this app is very useful! I use it regularly for many of my chem courses
 
EMD PTA 
I love this app so badly!!!
 
Poor UX 
Too many animations. Unnecessary moving back and forth between screens with each tap on the element. Not very practical
 
Very impressed 
Fantastic improvement to the UI. Awesome app, keep up the good work! :)
 
Excellent Update 
The new interface is super smooth and polished. This was a great app before, and now it's even easier to use.
 
Love the update 
Helpful for teaching my son about Chemistry!
 
Best chemistry app 
The is the best periodic table app you will ever find, it makes researching the elements easy.
 
Turtle 
Turtle
 
Great app 
I love this app! My only problem with this is that it appears that it is not up-to-date with science. For instance, the last period's new Unun elements are not there. Some even have real names. Please update this and I will rate 5 stars forever!
 
Turtle 
Turtle
 
Not so sure about those numbers 
I know that helium is the smallest atom, but this app said nitrogen is five times smaller.. Also it said neptunium is denser than gold
 
terrible SI units support 
Temperatures need to be displayed as Kelvin instead of Fahrenheit!
 
Great! 
I love all of the interesting features if you keep on useing this app you find one feature after another
 
Best 
It just need a compatible design with ios 7.
 
Best Periodic Table 
Easily the best periodic table that I have seen on the App Store. Not only does it show the table, it gives the background and specifications of each of the elements.
 
The best! 
One of the best periodic tables I've seen ever.
 
App 
Exelente app facil de entender y con muchas utilidades :D
 
Amazing 
Simply amazing, great job!
 
Excellent! 
What a joy.
 
The BEST! 
This is by far one of the best educational apps! It's difficult to find good apps that go above an elementary level, not to mention, apps that relate to a scientific field. I would easily pay for this app but being FREE makes it too good to pass up. I'm glad to see developers make useful apps that aren't just games. Apps like this have many uses at a high school and collegiate level that allow students and instructors the opportunity to take advantage of technology. Thank you!
 
Love it 
A great tool for any science course from high school chemistry to college level biologies. Great work
 
The best!! 
I have several different periodic table apps for my students learning about elements and chemistry and this one is my favorite because of the quantity and quality of background information it provides about each element. It is also beautiful and easy to use! A+++
 
Great app 
Great app with a lot of valuable information. The only issue is it does not have elements 113 though 118
 
Materials science 
I often use energy dispersive spectroscopy and x-ray fluorescence to characterize parts and materials. Haven't come across any apps that would help in these areas. I would find it helpful to have each elements characteristic x-ray energies found when using these techniques. Thanks. Great app otherwise.
 
Very nice ui 
Used it for a long time but it's time this got 2048*1536 retina support.
 
MOST USEFUL APP FOR BASIC CHEM 
Very useful and easy to navigate.
 
Awesome for ap chem 
Just great
 
Outstanding periodic chart! 
The periodic chart from EMD works exceptionally well! I am truly impressed! Thank you so much! 😄
 
Per Table 
BEST PERIODIC TABLE APP!!!
 
Great...but... 
I love the product, but it appears to be missing some info. For example it does not list the atomic radii of neon or radon. Hopefully the maker of this app reviews comments and updates their product.
 
emd 
This app is great
 
Dodo 
Best thing there is, the molecular mass calculator is impresive and incredibly helpful
 
Best Education App Ever! 
I love the User interface and all the features! I still can't believe its free!
 
Beautiful 
This is a great-looking, very interactive, feature packed periodic table. I wish I'd had this in school!
 
Outstanding! 
A great chem app... All of the basic info I could want.
 
Good app but 
This is a really good app, flashy and it gives a lot of information. However some of the information is wrong. For iPhone instance, helium was discovered at the University of Kansas in Lawrence KS in 1905, not in Scotland 10 years earlier. Correct and accurate information on this app would be very helpful and trustworthy.
 
Incredible 
Really good free and does much more than what's adviced
 
Great "deal" 
AMAZING, and it's free! This app really contains everything you will ever need to know about every element... Nothing is missing. And it runs smoothly and looks shiny.
 
Great App 
Although you should add the ability to search elements by number.
 
Excellent 
Perfect for an advanced general chemistry student. Everything is there from spdf orbitals to electronegativity!
 
Unacceptable 
Tons of great information! Unfortunately, lots of UNACCEPTABLE information as well...such as: misspelled elements! For example, "Caesium" is spelled "Cesium" and "Aluminium" should be spelled "Aluminum!" I mean, if my own spell check catches that, how did the developers not catch this? Ridiculous. I cannot trust this app to give me trusty information to study if something so simple was not caught. Fail.
 
chemistry student 
I love this app. It has so much useful information. The only thing is, in most chemistry settings, Fahrenheit is not used. Celsius or Kelvin should be used when talking about states of the element. Other than that, awesome!
 
Very handy 
Great graphics and UI!
 
Nicely done! 
Great educational resource.
 
Supervisor 
This is an incredible app. I wish I had been able to use this in school. One if the best study aids I've ever seen.
 
Very educational 
Extremely useful in chemistry class when you don't want to pop open that big textbook. The only thing missing is iPhone 5 support...
 
Fantastic 
I downloaded all of the free periodic table apps and this is the best one! Great UI and visuals. To that one person arguing about spelling the elements Al and Cs correctly: There are alternate correct spellings for some of the elements. Just do a quick Google search and you'll see.
 
False 
General info for this app is false
 
Great! 
Very detailed, lots of useful info about the elements!
 
shame 
would be amazing except info is given in Fahrenheit instead of Celsius and is therefore of little use in chemistry,
 
Needs an update... Missing some 
Your app is missing 6 elements in it (113-118) that are on the website pniok.de I hope you will update it soon.
 
Best periodic table 
This is, hands down, the best free periodic table available... Soooo many tools available in the menu!
 
Hear of conversions? 
If chemistry is your subject, then you should know that you can easily convert the fahrenheit to celsius using the equation C=[(F-32)/1.8] So with that, this periodic table is extremely useful in chemistry
 
Pure excellence. 
If you want the best PTE, look no further. Beautiful update. Thanks.
 
Best periodic table at any price 
It's got all the information you'll ever need about the elements in a world class UI.
 
Great 
Thanks for the iPhone/iPod 5 support. Small issue: please adjust for AirPlay mirroring so it actually fills the screen. And please make AirPlay text a little bigger. Thanks.
 
Great app. Some new features :/ 
When you select the element icon, your first view (the colored icon view) doesn't reappear once you flip the icon over. The 3D view also does not go back to the main icon. You have to close and reopen to see it again. Otherwise this app is beautiful and works well. I've used it with 4 iPhone upgrades and love it for my teens.
 
The BEST PTE there is 
Beautiful design, useful info! ;) a must have
 
Outdated!!!!! 
This table is outdated! You need to include 110-Darmstadtium, 111-Roentgenium, 112-Copernicium, 114-Fulvium, and 116-Livermorium. Please update your table!!! Otherwise I absolutely love the app.
 
Amazing! 
Very helpful.
 
Awesome app! 
This app is great! It contains all the information that you'll ever need for the elements. This is a very useful app for chemistry students and chemists!
 
Great App 
This app has helped me a lot in Chemistry this year, but I think there should be a new version that includes Flerovium (Fl) and Livermorium (Lv) elements 114 and 116.
 
Super cool app 
Best app ever!!
 
App 
Great App
 
Out of date 
This app is great but inaccurate. Without this being updated it is not useful to a science major. When it is I will change to 5 stars.


 
 
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