The Atomic Mac Goes OS X

Black Cat Systems has released a beta version of the Atomic Mac 5.0. The Atomic Mac is a periodic table of the elements, but also contains a wealth of other scientific information. The latest version of the Atomic Mac is Carbonized for full OS X compatibility. According to Black Cat Systems:

Black Cat Systems has released a beta version of the Atomic Mac 5.0.0, a periodic table of the elements and nuclear database for the Macintosh.

Atomic Mac 5 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 older 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.

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