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Visualizing the periodic table

Historical contributes to the organization of chemical elements.

October 11, 2013  |  CATEGORIES: Columns, Featured, News, Visualizing Science

The periodical organization of the chemical elements was not always as we know it today. In fact it was had several changes, as a result of the contribution of many researchers. The criteria for the organization, the number of elements and their designations constitute some of the changes that can be identified.

Below you can find some contributions, check them out:

1869 – Mendeleev’s Periodic Table 

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1905 – Gooch & Walker Periodic Table

Gooch_Walker

 

1916 – Harkins & Hall’s Periodic Table

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1919 – Hackh’s Periodic Spiral

Hackh_circular

 

1920 – Schaltenbrand’s Periodic Table

shaltenbrand

 

1920 – Partington’s Periodic Arrangement of the Elements

partington

 

1925 – Friend’s Periodic System

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1926 – Hopkins’ Nearly Completed Periodic Table of The Elements

Hopkins_PT

 

1926 – Andreas von Antropoff’s Periodic Table

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1949 – Clark’s Periodic Arrangement of The Elements

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References: [1], [2], [3]

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