Electron Configurations v0.32
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Description

This is an electron configuration program for the TI-84+C that calculates the configurations for all 118 elements
Includes noble gas notations. Versions: 0.1 - First release; 0.2 - Correctly gives the configurations for all the elements, the symbol, and a neater display; 0.21 - Performance upgrades; 0.22 - Doors 8.0 icon, more performance upgrades, and an even cleaner display; 0.3 - Search feature, more menus, and basic info on each element; 0.31 - Periodic table display, elements' types, and a few minor bug fixes; 0.32 - More info added, ability to move between elements with arrows, and minor adjustments

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Archive Contents

Name Size
Info.gif 3.5 KB
Table.gif 3.2 KB
Configuration.gif 3.6 KB
SEARCH.JPG 14.3 KB
ELECONFG.8xp 9.8 KB
readme.txt 616 bytes
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Author
FrozenFire49
Uploaded
5 years, 1 month ago

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Rating
9/10 (2 votes)
Downloads
3777
Views
451

Reviews

Visuals (2/2): Includes a neat little periodic table of where the element is found. Everything is nicely labeled and formatted.
Speed (2/2): Very responsive, determines the electron configuration in about one second AT MOST. A lot of information in one program.
Ease of Use (2/2): Simple. Just type the number, name, or symbol and it gives you all the information. Even lets you pick between noble gas notation or standard.
Practicality (2/2): Saves you time making sure you put every orbital in order. The inclusion of "Basic Information" adds much more useful facts about the element selected.
Other (1/2): Does not correctly display electron configuration for certain elements (eg. Copper should be 4s1 3d10).

Overall: (9/10)

Everything is neat and fast but the electron configurations are off and wrong for any of the higher-number atoms, like 118... 107... 77... etc. You can check for yourself. I know for a fact Iridium and 118 are wrong.

Versions

  1. Electron Configurations v0.32 (published 5 years, 1 month ago; 2015-09-17 20:39 UTC)

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