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 Definition A chemical element with the symbol Cd and atomic number 48. [d] [e]
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[[Image:CadmiumMetalUSGOV.jpg|thumb|left|Cadmium metal]] ...said David Yamakuchi (talk) 15:48, 9 February 2010

Physical Properties Template

I had this kooky idea of trying to store the Physical properties data in a template so we could call it up from multiple locations and keep it current. That way we can do things like this:

{{Resizable Periodic Table of Elements
|cellWidth=50px
|cellHeight=67px
|colorscheme=Phase
}}
Hydrogen/
H
Helium/
He
Lithium/
Li
Beryllium/
Be
Boron/
B
Carbon/
C
Nitrogen/
N
Oxygen/
O
Fluorine/
F
Neon/
Ne
Sodium/
Na
Magnesium/
Mg
Aluminium/
Al
Silicon/
Si
Phosphorus/
P
Sulphur/
S
Chlorine/
Cl
Argon/
Ar
Potassium/
K
Calcium/
Ca
Scandium/
Sc
Titanium/
Ti
Vanadium/
V
Chromium/
Cr
Manganese/
Mn
Iron/
Fe
Cobalt/
Co
Nickel/
Ni
Copper/
Cu
Zinc/
Zn
Gallium/
Ga
Germanium/
Ge
Arsenic/
As
Selenium/
Se
Bromine/
Br
Krypton/
Kr
Rubidium/
Rb
Strontium/
Sr
Yttrium/
Y
Zirconium/
Zr
Niobium/
Nb
Molybdenum/
Mo
Technetium/
Tc
Ruthenium/
Ru
Rhodium/
Rh
Palladium/
Pd
Silver/
Ag
Cadmium/
Cd
Indium/
In
Tin/
Sn
Antimony/
Sb
Tellurium/
Te
Iodine/
I
Xenon/
Xe
Caesium/
Cs
Barium/
Ba
Hafnium/
Hf
Tantalum/
Ta
Tungsten/
W
Rhenium/
Re
Osmium/
Os
Iridium/
Ir
Platinum/
Pt
Gold/
Au
Mercury (element)/
Hg
Thallium/
Tl
Lead/
Pb
Bismuth/
Bi
Polonium/
Po
Astatine/
At
Radon/
Rn
Francium/
Fr
Radium/
Ra
Rutherfordium/
Rf
Dubnium/
Db
Seaborgium/
Sg
Bohrium/
Bh
Hassium/
Hs
Meitnerium/
Mt
Darmstadtium/
Ds
Roentgenium/
Rg
Copernicium/
Cn
 
Lanthanum/
La
Cerium/
Ce
Praseodymium/
Pr
Neodymium/
Nd
Promethium/
Pm
Samarium/
Sm
Europium/
Eu
Gadolinium/
Gd
Terbium/
Tb
Dysprosium/
Dy
Holmium/
Ho
Erbium/
Er
Thulium/
Tm
Ytterbium/
Yb
Lutetium/
Lu
Actinium/
Ac
Thorium/
Th
Protactinium/
Pa
Uranium/
U
Neptunium/
Np
Plutonium/
Pu
Americium/
Am
Curium/
Cm
Berkelium/
Bk
Californium/
Cf
Einsteinium/
Es
Fermium/
Fm
Mendelevium/
Md
Nobelium/
No
Lawrencium/
Lr

And this:

{{Resizable Periodic Table of Elements
|cellWidth=50px
|cellHeight=67px
|colorscheme=Metal
}}
Hydrogen/
H
Helium/
He
Lithium/
Li
Beryllium/
Be
Boron/
B
Carbon/
C
Nitrogen/
N
Oxygen/
O
Fluorine/
F
Neon/
Ne
Sodium/
Na
Magnesium/
Mg
Aluminium/
Al
Silicon/
Si
Phosphorus/
P
Sulphur/
S
Chlorine/
Cl
Argon/
Ar
Potassium/
K
Calcium/
Ca
Scandium/
Sc
Titanium/
Ti
Vanadium/
V
Chromium/
Cr
Manganese/
Mn
Iron/
Fe
Cobalt/
Co
Nickel/
Ni
Copper/
Cu
Zinc/
Zn
Gallium/
Ga
Germanium/
Ge
Arsenic/
As
Selenium/
Se
Bromine/
Br
Krypton/
Kr
Rubidium/
Rb
Strontium/
Sr
Yttrium/
Y
Zirconium/
Zr
Niobium/
Nb
Molybdenum/
Mo
Technetium/
Tc
Ruthenium/
Ru
Rhodium/
Rh
Palladium/
Pd
Silver/
Ag
Cadmium/
Cd
Indium/
In
Tin/
Sn
Antimony/
Sb
Tellurium/
Te
Iodine/
I
Xenon/
Xe
Caesium/
Cs
Barium/
Ba
Hafnium/
Hf
Tantalum/
Ta
Tungsten/
W
Rhenium/
Re
Osmium/
Os
Iridium/
Ir
Platinum/
Pt
Gold/
Au
Mercury (element)/
Hg
Thallium/
Tl
Lead/
Pb
Bismuth/
Bi
Polonium/
Po
Astatine/
At
Radon/
Rn
Francium/
Fr
Radium/
Ra
Rutherfordium/
Rf
Dubnium/
Db
Seaborgium/
Sg
Bohrium/
Bh
Hassium/
Hs
Meitnerium/
Mt
Darmstadtium/
Ds
Roentgenium/
Rg
Copernicium/
Cn
 
Lanthanum/
La
Cerium/
Ce
Praseodymium/
Pr
Neodymium/
Nd
Promethium/
Pm
Samarium/
Sm
Europium/
Eu
Gadolinium/
Gd
Terbium/
Tb
Dysprosium/
Dy
Holmium/
Ho
Erbium/
Er
Thulium/
Tm
Ytterbium/
Yb
Lutetium/
Lu
Actinium/
Ac
Thorium/
Th
Protactinium/
Pa
Uranium/
U
Neptunium/
Np
Plutonium/
Pu
Americium/
Am
Curium/
Cm
Berkelium/
Bk
Californium/
Cf
Einsteinium/
Es
Fermium/
Fm
Mendelevium/
Md
Nobelium/
No
Lawrencium/
Lr

...pretty easily. Also, I've started the {{Physical properties}} template to display the info in the articles. I have also (I believe) left open the option of using the system for any material, not just the chemical elements. Any objections? Reasons it won't work? Things I should change? Feedback is welcome....--David Yamakuchi 19:22, 24 April 2008 (CDT)

This article is an import and needs to be thoroughly reviewed

There has been very little done to review this article in detail since it was imported in 2007. Milton Beychok 22:12, 24 April 2011 (UTC)