Periodic table of elements

Since the periodic table of elements in brilliant wiki is blurred and not very useful, I shall remake it here :)

Physic constants:

Light speed in a vacuum: 299792458299792458 meters per second

Something fun:

Cupcakes from the first-anniversary celebration of the Chemical Heritage Foundation's museum. Photographer: Conrad Erb. Creative Commons license for reuse and modification. Cupcakes from the first-anniversary celebration of the Chemical Heritage Foundation's museum. Photographer: Conrad Erb. Creative Commons license for reuse and modification.

Periodic table of elements:

Legend: other nonmetals,alkali metals,alkaline earth metals,transition metals,noble gases,post-transition metals,metalloids,\color{#3D99F6}\text{other nonmetals},\color{7f7f00} \text{alkali metals},\color{ff7f9f}\text{alkaline earth metals},\color{7f7f7f}\text{transition metals},\color{6f6fff}\text{noble gases},\color{#D61F06}\text{post-transition metals},\color{ff2faf}\text{metalloids},
halogens,lanthanides,actinides,unknown properties\color{#20A900}\text{halogens},\color{8f008f}\text{lanthanides},\color{008f6f}\text{actinides},\color{#333333}\text{unknown properties}
gas,solid,liquid,unknown\colorbox{00ffff}{\text{gas}},\colorbox{ffcfff}{\text{solid}},\colorbox{ffff00}{\text{liquid}},\fbox{\text{unknown}}

Group
Period1- IA2- IIA3- IIIB4- IVB5- VB6- VIB7- VIIB8- VIII9- VIII10- VIII11- IB12- IIB13- IIIA14- IVA15- VA16- VIA17- VIIA18- VIIIA
11  HHydrogen1.0078\scriptsize\color{#3D99F6}\begin{matrix}1~~\colorbox{00ffff}{\text{H}}\\ \text{Hydrogen}\\1.0078\end{matrix}2  HeHelium4.0026\scriptsize\color{6f6fff}\begin{matrix}2~~\colorbox{00ffff}{\text{He}}\\ \text{Helium}\\4.0026\end{matrix}
23  LiLithium6.941\scriptsize\color{7f7f00}\begin{matrix}3~~\colorbox{ffcfff}{\text{Li}}\\ \text{Lithium}\\6.941\end{matrix}4  BeBeryllium9.0122\scriptsize\color{ff7f9f}\begin{matrix}4~~\colorbox{ffcfff}{\text{Be}}\\ \text{Beryllium}\\9.0122\end{matrix}5  BBoron10.806\scriptsize\color{ff2f8f}\begin{matrix}5~~\colorbox{ffcfff}{\text{B}}\\ \text{Boron}\\10.806\end{matrix}6  CCarbon12.009\scriptsize\color{#3D99F6}\begin{matrix}6~~\colorbox{ffcfff}{\text{C}}\\ \text{Carbon}\\12.009\end{matrix}7  NNitrogen14.006\scriptsize\color{#3D99F6}\begin{matrix}7~~\colorbox{00ffff}{\text{N}}\\ \text{Nitrogen}\\14.006\end{matrix}8  OOxygen15.999\scriptsize\color{#3D99F6}\begin{matrix}8~~\colorbox{00ffff}{\text{O}}\\ \text{Oxygen}\\15.999\end{matrix}9  FFluorine18.998\scriptsize\color{#20A900}\begin{matrix}9~~\colorbox{00ffff}{\text{F}}\\ \text{Fluorine}\\18.998\end{matrix}10  NeNeon20.180\scriptsize\color{6f6fff}\begin{matrix}10~~\colorbox{00ffff}{\text{Ne}}\\ \text{Neon}\\20.180\end{matrix}
311  NaSodium22.990\scriptsize\color{7f7f00}\begin{matrix}11~~\colorbox{ffcfff}{\text{Na}}\\ \text{Sodium}\\22.990\end{matrix}12  MgMagnesium24.305\scriptsize\color{ff7f9f}\begin{matrix}12~~\colorbox{ffcfff}{\text{Mg}}\\ \text{Magnesium}\\24.305\end{matrix}13  AlAluminium26.983\scriptsize\color{#D61F06}\begin{matrix}13~~\colorbox{ffcfff}{\text{Al}}\\ \text{Aluminium}\\26.983\end{matrix}14  SiSilicon28.084\scriptsize\color{ff2f8f}\begin{matrix}14~~\colorbox{ffcfff}{\text{Si}}\\ \text{Silicon}\\28.084\end{matrix}15  PPhosphorus30.974\scriptsize\color{#3D99F6}\begin{matrix}15~~\colorbox{ffcfff}{\text{P}}\\ \text{Phosphorus}\\30.974\end{matrix}16  SSulfur32.059\scriptsize\color{#3D99F6}\begin{matrix}16~~\colorbox{ffcfff}{\text{S}}\\ \text{Sulfur}\\32.059\end{matrix}

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@Jeff Giff - This table is good

Why are you making a LaTeX one? A picture would be much more efficient tbh...

Percy Jackson - 1 month, 1 week ago

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Umm... I just like it this way :)

Jeff Giff - 1 month, 1 week ago

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Ok :)

Percy Jackson - 1 month, 1 week ago

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Besides, I’m including the table in Randall Munroe(creator of xkcd)’s Thing Explainer.

Jeff Giff - 1 month, 1 week ago

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