Periodic table with atomic mass and atomic number is shown in the above image.
You can also download the HD image of the periodic table with atomic mass.
(The download link is given at the end of this article.)
But before that, you can read more about some basic things about the atomic mass.
What is Atomic mass on a Periodic table?
Atomic mass mentioned on the periodic table is the total mass of the single atom.
Now the atoms are made up of 3 subatomic particles.
So the atomic mass is the sum total of masses of protons, neutrons and electrons of an atom.
What is the unit of atomic mass?
The unit of atomic mass is amu (atomic mass unit).
1 amu is one twelfth the mass of carbon-12 atom.
1 amu = 1 g/mol = 1.66 × 10-24 grams.
Atomic mass is denoted by amu or g/mol.
Why are some atomic masses written in brackets ( )?
The elements whose atomic masses are written in brackets ( ) are the synthetic elements, which means these elements are artificially prepared in a laboratory.
These elements have a very short half-life and so they are very unstable.
So the atomic masses of their most stable isotope are written in the brackets ( ) in the above periodic table.
So this was some basic thing that you should know while using this periodic table.
Don’t forget to download the HD image of the periodic table with atomic mass from below.