Periodic Table

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by Whiteboyx3
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Discipline:
Science
Subject:
Chemical Elements
Grade:
8

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Periodic Table

Periodic Table

The Periodic Table and its uses

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what it looks like

My Thoughts

To me the periodic table is just the alphabet of science. I tells you what the element is, what the elements have in common, and it gives you a sense of mind when it comes time to read the periodic table. I is the simple basis of physical science just like the alphabet is the basis of any language. Up to this day it has helped scientist study the earth and her surroundings.

how its orginized

The periodic table is organized in such a way that anyone can read it, from someone as smart as Einstien to someone with a mental disability. But before you can read it you have to know how its set up.the periodic table is set up into groups and periods. the groups go vertically side by side and all the elements in these groups have the same amount of valenve electrons. Then there are periods wich go horizontilly side by side and are in order from the element with the smallest atomic mass to the largest. These groups and periods all form the periodic table.

The periodic table orginizes elements so that peple can understand the way elements are what they are. Scientist use it to this day to figure out what new substances are made out of and even find new elements to put in the perodic table. it is also used in schools to learn and teach about the elements and how there aranged.

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Russian chemistry professor Dmitri Mendeleev and German chemist Julius Lothar Meyer published their periodic tables in 1869 and 1870, respectively. Mendeleev's table was first published version; that of Meyer was an expanded version of his table of 1864. They both constructed their tables by listing the elements in rows or columns in order of atomic weight and starting a new row or column when the characteristics of the elements began to repeat.

The first Periodic Table


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