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Black Cat Systems has updated their multi-purpose Periodic Table of the Elements, the Atomic Mac, to version 5.1.0. The Atomic Mac provides users with a huge array of molecular data on all of the elements in the Periodic Table. According to Black Cat Systems:

Black Cat Systems has released version 5.1.0 of the Atomic Mac, a periodic table of the elements and nuclear database for the Macintosh. The latest version adds several enhancements to the user interface, making it easier to deal with the numerous windows that are often open.

Atomic Mac is available in two versions: The Carbon version will run under Mac OSX, as well as MacOS 9 and MacOS 8.6 with CarbonLib installed. A PowerPC version is also available which runs on previous MacOS versions.

The Atomic Mac is a periodic table of the elements for the Macintosh. In addition to the usual information found in such programs, The Atomic Mac also contains a wealth of nuclear information on each isotope, including half life, decay mode, and daughter products. X-ray data (fluorescence and binding energies) is also available. A molecular weight calculator makes it easy to find the molecular weight of compounds. A shaded diagram showing the ranges of physical properties makes it easy to visualize relationships across the periodic table.

The Atomic Mac is available for US$25. You can find more information at the Black Cat Systems Web site.