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Kalzium 2.0
Developer(s) Carsten Niehaus
Stable release 2.3 / August 2009
Written in C++ (Qt)
Operating system Cross-platform
Platform KDE
Type Education
License GPL

Kalzium (German for: Calcium) is a periodic table of the elements for KDE Software Compilation 4. KDE is an international free software community.

This software contains information about 103 chemical elements, including mass, charge, picture, discovery information, chemical and energy data, and a model of the atom. The table itself can be configured to display numeration, state of matter, and colour-coding in various ways. Additionally, a date index is available, allowing only elements discovered up to a defined year to be shown.

External links

  • Kalzium website
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