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This page contains links to downloads of the high resolution PDFs of infographics on the site. You will need unarchiving software to extract the files once they have downloaded. If you would prefer to simply view the different graphics, you can do this from the infographics page, the link to which is in the sidebar.

Elements | Food Chemistry | Colourful Chemistry | Organic Chemistry |

Download Element Infographics

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The full set of element infographics, containing the graphics for each individual group as well as the timeline of the elements showing discovery dates and countries of discovery.


Download Element Infographics – IUPAC Group No. Versions


If you’d prefer the element infographics with the correct IUPAC group numbers, rather than those used at GCSE level, then these are the graphics for you.


Download Element Infographics – Teacher Versions 

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Fill in the blanks versions of the element infographics, which can be used as part of research lessons or similar.


Download Food Chemistry Infographics


This zip file contains all of the food chemistry infographics currently up on the site in PDF format (up to June 2014). You can view the individual graphics in larger sizes on their own posts from the infographics link in the sidebar.


Download Colourful Chemistry Infographics

Colourful Chemistry

This zip file contains all of the ‘Colourful Chemistry’ graphics currently up on the site in PDF format (up to March 2014). You can view the individual graphics in larger sizes on their own posts from the infographics link in the sidebar. You can also download just the ion test graphics by clicking here.


Download Organic Chemistry Infographics

Organic Chemistry Download Pack

This zip file includes the reference sheets for functional groups, benzene derivatives and heterocycles, as well as the reaction maps for functional group and aromatic functional group interconversions. Additionally, the guide to types of isomerism and types of chemical formulae are included.



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All graphics licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.

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