A Visual Interpretation of the Table of Elements on CD-Rom

27th October 2007 at 01:00

Chemistry just got groovy with 109 - A Visual Interpretation of the Table of Elements on CD-Rom. Produced by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC),109 uses music, animation and digital art to enliven the study of the elements.

Dazzling 3D panoramas and eye-catching symbols are used to explore the properties and characteristics of individual elements. More straightforward information is also proided. Contributors include master printmaker Murray Robertson of the Glasgow Print Studio and Dr John Emsley, author of Molecules at an Exhibition (Oxford University Press).

The CD-Rom should be used with the 109 website at www.chemsoc.org. It costs pound;19.99 (plus VAT) and is available from the RSC on 020 7440 3317, or email: wellst@rsc.org. It can also be purchased from the website.


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