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gperiodic

gperiodic is a program for browsing the periodic table and looking up data for different elements. It also features a non-graphical interface.

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  •  11 Jul 2007 19:38

    Release Notes: This release uses the standard GTK+ about window. It includes a Russian translation.

    •  28 Jun 2007 17:46

      Release Notes: Several minor fixes contributed from the Debian project have been merged. Italian and Galician translations have been included.

      •  12 Dec 2004 21:07

        Release Notes: The menu bar code has been updated to be GTK+ 2.4 compliant.

        •  07 Nov 2003 12:05

          Release Notes: This version changes the translations to include descriptions of elements. There is also a Turkish translation.

          •  25 Jul 2003 22:35

            Release Notes: This release has a French translation and fixes some translation bugs. Some minor bugs in the internationalisation support have been fixed.

            Recent comments

            25 Oct 2004 12:25 Electronkz

            Re: electronic configuration


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            > Instead of [Ar]3d10 4s2, it had [Ar]3d1

            > 4s2

            >

            It is ok in v. 2.0.7.

            31 Jan 2004 10:55 dpunsal

            electronic configuration
            I recently fired up gperiodic to look at the electronic configuration
            of Zinc and found it to be wrong. By the way.. I am using debian
            stable, so I have gperiodic 1.3.3

            Instead of [Ar]3d10 4s2, it had [Ar]3d1 4s2

            After clicking around I noticed other elements had incorrect electronic
            configurations. I checked them against 'Web of Elements Periodic
            Table'
            which I believe to be a correct source.

            I thought to myself... well, it is open source so I could fix it
            myself... so I downloaded the source and looked at it, but I have no
            idea how to fix it. I saw that the information for the elements was
            all
            in src/table_data.c, but the text had superscripts, which I'm not
            familiar with in regular ASCII text files.
            'file table_date.c' indicates that the code is ISO-8859 format.
            I have no experience with this and have no idea to fix it.

            Any hints?

            I'm not at all an experienced linux hacker/programmer, but I am
            interested in perhaps learning more and improving the quality of
            gperiodic since I think it is an excellent program, but contains
            incorrect information (at least in version 1.3.3.)

            Thanks,
            david


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