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Periodic Table PLUS

Author:Jeffrey Frankus [Send Author Email]

December 18, 2002

Periodic Table Information In a easy to use format.

  • This Database provides each element with over 20 Screens of information.
  • Detailed information provided on each element.  There are 60 Fields per Record covering all 109 certified elements (There are several still in review).
  • GLOSSARY provided with 139 entries for help with field descriptions and more!
  • Each record also includes brief history (Who, When, Where) including usefulness of the element.
  • Easy to Navigate Screens.
  • 4 Views Provided to sort by Atomic Number, Element Name, Symbol & Quick Jump to the Glossary.
  • 2 Databases (and Screens) provided (Periodic Table Plus & Glossary).

Fields Per Element: (Not every field listed)

Base Information:

  • Atomic Number
  • Group
  • Period
  • Series

Atomic Structure Information:

  • Atomic Radius
  • Atomic Volume
  • Covalent Radius
  • Cross Section
  • Crystal Structure
  • Electron Configuration
  • Electrons per Energy Level
  • Ionic Radius
  • Filling Orbital
  • Number of Electrons (With No Charge)
  • Number of Neutrons (Most Common/Stable Nuclide)
  • Number of Protons
  • Oxidation States
  • Valance Electrons

Chemical Properties:

  • Electrochemical Equivalent
  • Electron Work Function
  • Electronegativity (Pauling)
  • Heat of Fusion
  • Incompatibilities
  • Ionization Potential (First, Second & Third)
  • Valance Electron Potential (-eV)

Physical Properties:

  • Atomic Mass Average
  • Freezing Point (In C, F, & K)
  • Melting Point (In C, F & K)
  • Boiling Point (In C, F & K)
  • Coefficient of Lineal Thermal Expansion
  • Conductivity (Electrical & Thermal)
  • Density
  • Description
  • Enthalpy of Atomization
  • Enthalpy of Fusion
  • Enthalpy of Vaporization
  • Flammability Class
  • Heat of Vaporization
  • Molar Volume
  • Physical State (at 20 Degrees C & 1atm)
  • Vapor Pressure
  • CAS Number


  • Who Discovered the Element
  • Where Was It Discovered
  • When Was It Discovered
  • Origin Of The Name
  • Sources of the Element
  • Uses of the Element

And..... more


This Database should be a 'MUST HAVE' for anyone dealing with the elements.  I've created the forms in easy to use format using tabs, and easy jumps to the secondary database (glossary).  The Glossary provides information on the fields from the database as well as other useful information.

Has Data:Yes
Has Forms:Yes
Filters:No Filters Needed
Sorting:Views Provided to automatically sort by Atomic Number, Symbol, Name & Quick Jump to the Glossary


  • Most Comprehensive Palm-Based Periodic Table I've seen.
  • Most Periodic table databases only contain 3-4 fields of information. This one has 60.
  • A MUST-HAVE reference tool!!!!!!!!
  • 2 Databases (Periodic Table Plus & Glossary
  • Over 20 Forms created for easy data navigation and data viewing.


  • Fixed Cadmium (from 5Cadmium).
  • Added Views to Switch to Glossary and Back
  • Removed Password on Properties so it can be assigned to any category you wish.


All Information Gathered for this Database was found at: http://environmentalchemistry.com/yogi/periodic/


Version:HanDBase v.3.0x or greater
File:periodictableplus.zip          Downloads: This Month 23 / Total* 4857
Note:MAC Users will need to enter the filename periodictableplus.zip when saving this file.
* since October 1, 2000.

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04/28/2003 DVDatabase [Entertainment]

This is a DVD Database created with HandBase 3.0e.

20 Views. Forms created for ease of use when inputing or modifying Records.

Database Fields:

  • Title
  • Studio
  • Runtime
  • Category
  • Movie Rating
  • Personal Rating
  • Purchase Date
  • Screen Format
  • Multiple Audio Options
  • Number of DVD Disks
  • Loaned To Checkbox,
  • Loaned To Person
  • Loaned To Date
  • Notes

Track DVDs easily on Loan, by Category, Screen Type or even by Rating. Easy to use with the forms provided.

Most DVD Companies have been already entered into Field PopUps. Let me know if you like it!

04/28/2003 My Grocery List for 3.x [Food and Drink]

This Database Comes with 1000 Items already loaded up for your use!


I created this Grocery List Database 9+ months ago with HanDBase 2.7x.  I upgraded it to HanDBase 3.x and added a form for easy inserting/updating data.

I thought it would be nice to share it with everyone out there.  The database has the following Fields:

Buy Indicator
(Text Field for entering special Instructions or comments)
for each '1' item
Calcuated Total (Based on Quantity * Cost per Item)

All records assigned to their own categories

20 Views Created to easily view items. 

Buy View Created to show what you have selected to purchase the next time you go shopping.  When shopping Simply use the 'Items To Buy' View to show all checked items.  As you perform your shopping you simply uncheck each item as you put them in your cart and it disappears from your Items To Buy view.