If Science is your thing then the image above should probably make you feel all warm inside. If you don't know what it is, then you really should go back to school. Propel from our forums has released his Periodic table application for the PSP showing all of the elements, their atomic number, atomic mass (in this case described as 'weight') and symbol. This application has been made in Lua and Propel has encrypted the Lua files to prevent code access until version 1.0, as he expects to find some bugs in this release. If you find any don't forget to speak up in the comments or in the forum release thread!
This application also includes a nice key which you can pop-up by pressing square, showing which group the element fits into, whether it be Non-Metals, Noble gases etc. This application should be very useful for any science students out there looking for an excuse to pop out their PSPs in class, as well as being a useful reference as a periodic table in your paocket. Who know's when you'll need the details of Technetium on your travels?
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