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muggins

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PostPosted: Thu 21 Jun 2007, 09:46    Post_subject:  gperiodic: gtk periodic table  

sage requested a .pet of gperiodic due to some unkown future calamity? anyway, this is a gtk periodic table. hmm? now is hydrogen a metal, or isn't it?

I've deleted this, as it's an older gtk1 version. The most recent gtk2 version is available here:

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PostPosted: Thu 21 Jun 2007, 22:28    Post_subject: Re: gperiodic: gtk periodic table  

muggins wrote:
sage requested a .pet of gperiodic due to some unkown future calamity? anyway, this is a gtk periodic table. hmm? now is hydrogen a metal, or isn't it?
no H isn't a metal, it has metal like proproties under high pressure but it's it's own catagory.
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PostPosted: Fri 22 Jun 2007, 07:47    Post_subject:  

Thanks a bunch, mg.
Oh yes, hydrogen is very definitely a metal - it exhibits all the usual metallic properties when solid.....
....as well as all the usual non-metal properties.
No, it was Po210 that was of more immediate interest.
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