This list will satisfy your curiosities about every element on the periodic table with their brief descriptions and real-life applications. Understanding how to read a periodic table is one thing, but it doesn’t tell you whether the element is useful, what it looks like, or even how it is used. To answer all of the basic questions you might have about each element, we have put together this “quick look” guide to help give you an easy to read and navigate resource for every element known to man. All of the elements of the periodic table are included below and are arranged by the atomic number from 1 to 118. **Quick Tip: if you want to navigate to a specific element, use the find (CTRL + F)  function on your browser to pinpoint what you’re looking for quickly** Each element header has its name, its atomic number, it’s atomic symbol, as well as a respective color. Where It’s Used: Hydrogen makes up about 90% of atoms in the entire universe. The chemical is used heavily as both a gas and liquid fuel. Hydrogen was used as a main fuel for the space shuttle program by NASA as well as currently being used heavily by the petroleum and manufacturing in...