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Periodic Table Chart


"The Atom"

Periodic Table Chart
The Periodic Table Chart provides details of all the known chemical elements arranged in rows and columns that provides information about their properties. The rows in the Periodic Table chart are in order of atomic number (which reflects the number of protons in the nucleus of an atom). The higher the atomic number, the greater the number of protons in the nucleus.

Periodic Table Chart
When elements in the Periodic Table chart are arranged according to atomic number, elements show repeating, or periodic trends in their chemical and physical properties. The Periodic Table chart is organized like a large grid.

The elements are placed in specific places because of the way they look and act.

For convenience due the limitations of screen width the interactive Periodic Table chart does not include the Lanthanides (period six) or Actinides (period seven) which reside between group 2 and group 3 of the
periodic table shown above. They are, however, listed separately in the interactive table below.

Periodic Table Chart
Dimitri Mendeleev was the Russian scientist who was the author of the first periodic table. The current Periodic table is based on his findings of the elements and his theories in Periodic Chemistry. The following links provide useful variations of the the Periodic Table Chart.

Periodic Table with Atomic Mass
Periodic Table Number
Periodic Table with names of the Elements
The Element Table Chart
Periodic Table Groups
Periodic Table Names and Origins
Site Index
Atomic Number
Dimitri Mendeleev
Periodic Chemistry

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