If this fits true for you, you'll wish you had the dynamic periodic table available at ptable.com. I know I did when I found this site.
The dynamic periodic table at ptable.com has all the information a chemistry or science student needs at the hover of their mouse. Do you need to know what the physical properties of Iron (Fe) or any other elements are 6000 degrees Kelvin or any other temperature? Well, even if you don't, ptable.com has that information and everything you might want to know about the elements embedded or linked to, including orbitals, isotopes, videos, photos, podcasts, and what ever Wikipedia might say.
Tell your students, children, and friends about ptable.com. They'll thank you next time they need to consult a periodic table for class or just because.