Many of the images and the video in Periodic Table Live! are taken from the Periodic Table CD and the Periodic Table Videodisc.
The Periodic Table CD was produced with partial support from Images of Chemistry, funded by grant MDR-9154099, National Science Foundation, Directorate for Education and Human Resources and Project CATALYST partially funded with equipment from International Business Machines, Inc. The director of Images of Chemistry and Project CATALYST is John W. Moore.
The Periodic Table Videodisc was produced by Project SERAPHIM and funded by grant MDR-8751262, National Science Foundation, Directorate for Science & Engineering Education and Department of Education, FIPSE. The directors of Project SERAPHIM are John W. Moore and J. J. Lagowski.
Producers: A. J. Banks, N. H. Cominos
Directors: Robert Potter, Stephen Mims
Camera: Alex Herrera, Luther Bradfute, Byron Thomas, Paul Broz
Editor: Alex Herrera
Laboratory Assistant: Susan Johnson
The Periodic Table Videodisc was produced at The University of Texas at Austin, Department of Chemistry in cooperation with the Department of Radio-TV-Film.
Post Production: KLRU-TV, Austin, Texas
On-line Editor: Dan Martaus
Additional images and video clips in the second edition of the Periodic Table Videodisc were produced by Images of Chemistry, funded by grant MDR-9154099, National Science Foundation, Directorate for Education and Human Resources. The director of Images of Chemistry is John W. Moore.
Producer: Jerrold J. Jacobsen
Images and video clips for the elements rubidium and cesium included in the second edition of the Periodic Table Videodisc are excerpts from Close-Up on Chemistry, ACS Video Course No. V-5000, American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1990. Copyright 1990 American Society. Used with permission.
The producers would like to thank the following companies and individuals for materials that made The Periodic Table Videodisc possible:
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American Iron and Steel Institute
Atlas Aircraft Corporation
Atomic Industrial Forum
Austin Tools, Inc.
Catherine and Jonathan Banks
Larry Bredthauer, DVM
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City of Austin - Generation Division
Copper Development Association, Inc.
Glenn A. Crosby
Raymond E. Davis
E. I. DuPont de Nemours & Co., Inc.
Eveready Battery Company, Inc.
The Fansteel Corporation
John W. Fitch III
Georgia Marble Company
Gold Information Center
Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company
Great Lakes Chemical Company
Hays Memorial Hospital
Highland Superstores, Inc.
James A. Holcombe
Indium Corporation of America
International Lead Zinc Research Organization
International Tin Research Institute
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
J. J. Lagowski
Lithium Corporation of America
K. Dan Millikin
Monsanto Chemical Company
John and Betty Moore
National Air and Space Museum
National Bureau of Standards
Oregon Metallurgical Corporation
Potash & Phosphate Institute
San Marcos Telephone Company, Inc.
Sandia National Laboratory
Ben A. Shoulders
Southwest Texas State University: Chemistry and Physics Departments
The Stackpole Corporation
St. DavidÍs Hospital
The Sulphur Institute
Teledyne Wah Chang Albany
Texas Light Bulb Supply Company
Tin Research Institute, Inc.
Titanium Development Association
Tetech International, Inc.
U. S. Borax & Chemical Company
U. S. Naval Observatory
United States Navy
University of Texas Press
The University of Texas at Austin: Chemistry and Geology Departments, and Physical Plant Waterloo Records
Whole Earth Provision Company
Mark Williams, DVM
The Zinc Institute, Inc.
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