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Periodic table (vertical)



The alternative periodic table is a standard periodic table rotated counterclockwise and then mirrored across the vertical axis, so that the lower groups are to the left and the number increases to the right. Due to the rotation and the incorporation of the lanthanides and actinides into the main table, the Alternative Table is significantly longer vertically than the Standard Table. Its restricted width allows it to be read on-line without needing to scroll horizontally.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 ← Period  
↓ Group
1
H
3
Li
11
Na
19
K
37
Rb
55
Cs
87
Fr
1 Alkali metals
4
Be
12
Mg
20
Ca
38
Sr
56
Ba
88
Ra
2 Alkaline earth metals
57
La
89
Ac
58
Ce
90
Th
59
Pr
91
Pa
60
Nd
92
U
61
Pm
93
Np
62
Sm
94
Pu
63
Eu
95
Am
64
Gd
96
Cm
65
Tb
97
Bk
66
Dy
98
Cf
67
Ho
99
Es
68
Er
100
Fm
69
Tm
101
Md
70
Yb
102
No
21
Sc
39
Y
71
Lu
103
Lr
3
22
Ti
40
Zr
72
Hf
104
Rf
4
23
V
41
Nb
73
Ta
105
Db
5
24
Cr
42
Mo
74
W
106
Sg
6
25
Mn
43
Tc
75
Re
107
Bh
7
26
Fe
44
Ru
76
Os
108
Hs
8
27
Co
45
Rh
77
Ir
109
Mt
9
28
Ni
46
Pd
78
Pt
110
Ds
10
29
Cu
47
Ag
79
Au
111
Rg
11 Coinage metals
30
Zn
48
Cd
80
Hg
112
Uub
12
5
B
13
Al
31
Ga
49
In
81
Tl
113
Uut
13 Boron group
6
C
14
Si
32
Ge
50
Sn
82
Pb
114
Uuq
14 Carbon Group
7
N
15
P
33
As
51
Sb
83
Bi
115
Uup
15 Pnictogens
8
O
16
S
34
Se
52
Te
84
Po
116
Uuh
16 Chalcogens
9
F
17
Cl
35
Br
53
I
85
At
117
Uus
17 Halogens
2
He
10
Ne
18
Ar
36
Kr
54
Xe
86
Rn
118
Uuo
18 Noble gases

Additional recommended knowledge

Element categories in the periodic table

Metals Metalloids Nonmetals
Alkali metals Alkaline earth metals Inner transition elements Transition elements Other metals Other nonmetals Halogens Noble gases
Lanthanides Actinides
Atomic number colors show state at standard temperature and pressure (0 °C and 1 atm)
Solids Liquids Gases
Borders show natural occurrence
Primordial From decay Synthetic Undiscovered
 
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