|ANNOUNCEMENT: As of April 27, 2011, there will no longer be any support, upgrades, or enhancements for the free JVP Periodic Table. I have given away several thousand copies of different versions of this since 2004, and I no longer have any time to give updates or upgrades, so support will stop. Thank you for all the downloads and attention since 2004, but this web page will be static from now on. Downloads will still be available and free.|
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JVP_v5 Periodic Table Software (5.0)
Links to Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 - 4.0
Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 - 4.0
JVP_v5 Periodic Table (5.0)
This Edition includes Microsoft Calculator & Wallpaper,
and it is integrated with the Explorer with Find function.
Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 - 4.0 is needed.
The JVP_v5 Periodic Table was released December 4, 2008
to replace the Java Version which has been archived.
JVP_v4 Java Download
The JVP_v5 Periodic Table does not contain any advertising.
No Adware, No Spyware, No Virus.
If you already have a previous version of the JVP Periodic Table,
uninstall it first, before installing the newer version.
Listing: "JVP_v5" in ADD or REMOVE Programs.
Installation Folder: C:\Program files (x86)\JVP_v5\
Please, use the automatic installation.
Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0 should be all you need.
However, if you want the 2.0, check the following.
For Windows 8, turn on Microsoft .Net Framework 2.0 - 4.0.
See how to do this here.
JVP_v5 has lots of information.
But, it also allows you to access all the elements by
Atomic Number, Alphabetical List, or Chemical Series group.
Included: All 109 known elements with 2,621 isotopes, half-life, isotopic mass,
radioactive decay, particles, complete decay paths and other information,
including orbitals, boiling and melting points, atomic radius, bonding radius,
chemical series, type classification, ionization, electronegativity,
and much more, with a "Fast Facts" page included with the program.
This is one of the very few periodic tables which has the isotopes and orbitals.
It includes Microsoft Calculator access and is integrated with the Explorer.
You still get a GUI format so you don't have to open a browser for HTML.
Version 5.0 for .NET Framework 2.0 - 4.0 is the Latest Version.
By Mr. J.V. Presogna
1. The original program was called The JVP Periodic Table of the Elements. That
program was completed from June 17, 2004, to September 13, 2004, so it was up-to-date
for 2004 to the best of my ability, version 1.0.0. I searched a lot of places for a
lot of information.
2. On February 10, 2005, a Supplement for the JVP Periodic Table was issued to allow for faster access to the elements by Atomic Number and Alphabetically on the same page.
3. JVP v2.0 was released March 21, 2005. This allows access on the same page by Atomic Number, Alphabetical Listing, and also by Chemical Series groups.
4. JVP_v3.0 Periodic Table was released April 15, 2006, as a JAVA program, eliminating the need for a browser. I added a find function, added JVPNote, and I smoothed out a few wrinkles in the old program.
5. JVP_v4 Periodic Table was released August 5, 2006, as an upgrade to add "page marking," a small calculator, automatic removal of highlights, and some cosmetic changes.
6. JVP_v4 Periodic Table (4.04) was upgraded to JAVA 6.0 January 21, 2007.
7. JVP_v4 Periodic Table (4.05) was placed on its own download platform November 13, 2007.
8. JVP_v4 Periodic Table (4.06) was upgraded and updated for the latest JAVA Platform, and I also included Background Image/Wallpaper of the Periodic Table June 15, 2008.
9. JVP_v4 Periodic Table (4.07) was upgraded, and it also included a window for energy conversions, June 24, 2008. This should be stable for quite some time, at least a year or so.
10. JVP_v4 Periodic Table Vista Edition (4.07-vista) was added July 27, 2008.
11. JVP_v5 Periodic Table 5.0 was issued in C# to replace the Java Version on December 4, 2008. It has access to the Microsoft calculator, and it has periodic table wallpaper.
Updated Link August 10, 2010.
Allowed 32-Bit and 64-Bit Installation October 29, 2012