The Photographic Periodic Table of the Elements. Database of Periodic Tables. There are hundreds of periodic tables in web space, but there is only one comprehensive database of periodic tables & periodic system formulations. If you know of an interesting periodic table that is missing, please contact the database curator: Dr Mark R Leach.
Periodic Tables providing data about the chemical elements, rather than novel formulations: Theo Gray's Photographic Periodic Table Theodore Gray's Periodic Table.Com is a live version of what is generally regarded as the most beautiful periodic table to be developed so far. It is a treasure trove of pictures, videos and stories. Theo is an enthusiast and a collector, and he uses the power of Mathematica (he is a co-founder of Wolfram Research) to drive his astonishing website.
Top of Page WebElements: The Periodic Table on The Web As of Dec. 2012, there are 118 chemical elements, according to the excellent webelements periodic table web site: Database of Periodic Tables. There are hundreds of periodic tables in web space, but there is only one comprehensive database of periodic tables & periodic system formulations.
If you know of an interesting periodic table that is missing, please contact the database curator: Dr Mark R Leach. UVS Periodic Table Model of a Klein Bottle Topology This configuration can topologically suggest the g-block cycle in the 8th period for extended periodic table. In the Klein bottle topology as illustrated, it is plausible that after the s-block cycle in the 8th periodical cycle, the topological path continues to spiral around the outer f-block cycle to harmonically form 14 elements. Hypothetically, the topological path then moves into the cyclonic cycle, and harmonically forms its d-block and p-block cycles with 16 elemental positions to complete the 8th periodical cycle with a total of 36 elements.
Top of Page Newlands Revisited – Poster The logic of the arrangement of the s-elements is a new feature. Clark, John O. The Nuclear Wall Chart. Origin of the Periodic Table. I know what the periodic table looks like, but where did it come from?
Whose idea was it to arrange the elements this way? He set them out in order of atomic weight, and then grouped them into rows and columns based on their chemical and physical properties. 1869...that's way before the Schrödinger model, or even the Rutherford model. That's right. Mendeleev had no idea what atoms were made of or why they behaved as they did. Based on the gaps in his table, Mendeleev even succeeded in predicting the existence and properties of several new elements. That's pretty impressive. His basic rule was this: the elements in any column, or group, of the table are similar to their column-mates.
Click here if you'd like to read more about Mendeleev's methods and the chemistry of his time. Dynamic Periodic Table. UPDATE #2: NEW! Periodic Table of Criminal Elements. I need your help because my ideas are drying up. This is what I have so far and I’ve thought of about a dozen more to add that I can think of including the SCOTUS judges, and usual rabble of right wing talking heads. I need help identifying the lying and corrupt politicians, blowhards and business execs that destroy America. Also if you have some creative names that would be appreciated. Don’t worry about the formatting I’ll do that last. Here is what I have so far on paper. I was browsing some old pictures to download to my phone and I came across one of the funniest and most poignant images I came across during the election.
Periodic Table of Dangerous Elements. KQµårk 死神 On February - 2 - 2010 The Planet now has it’s very own political parody of the Periodic Table. I first want to thank everyone who helped me with the nomenclature. This table is based on most of the craziness that has occurred during the first year of Obama’s presidency. Any comments or suggestions are welcome. The table is below and you will probably have to click on it to enlarge to read all the names Rating: 10.0/ 10 (2 votes cast) The Particle Adventure.