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group
1A

group
2A





















group
3B

group
4B

group
5B

group
6B

group
7B

group
0

Hydrogen although outside these tables' range, is placed here below by a 'convention of graphic convenience'

1
H
1

















4
He
2

7
Li
3

9
Be
4











11
B
5

12
C
6

14
N
7

16
O
8

19
F
9

20
Ne
10

23
Na
11

24
Mg
12











27
Al
13

28
Si
14

31
P
15

32
S
16

35.5
Cl
17

40
Ar
18

39
K
19

40
Ca
20

45
Sc
21

48
Ti
22

51
V
23

52
Cr
24

53
Mn
25

56
Fe
26

59a
Co
27

59
Ni
28

63.5
Cu
29

65
Zn
30

70
Ga
31

73
Ge
32

75
As
33

79
Se
34

80
Br
35

84
Kr
36

85
Rb
37

88
Sr
38

89
Y
39

91
Zr
40

93
Nb
41

96
Mo
42

99
Tc
43

101
Ru
44

103
Rh
45

106
Pd
46

108
Ag
47

112
Cd
48

115
In
49

119
Sn
50

122
Sb
51

128
Te
52

127
I
53

131
Xe
54

133
Cs
55

137
Ba
56

139
La
57 *

178
Hf
72

181
Ta
73

184
W
74

186
Re
75

190
Os
76

192
Ir
77

195
Pt
78

197
Au
79

201
Hg
80

204
Tl
81

207
Pb
82

209
Bi
83

210
Po
84

210
At
85

222
Rn
86

223
Fr
87

226
Ra
88

227
Ac
89 **

260
Ku
104

260
Ha
105














    *58 - 71 Lanthium series, **90 - 103 Actium series




140
Ce
58

141
Pr
59

144
Nd
60

147
Pm
61

150
Sm
62

152
Eu
63

157
Gd
64

159
Tb
65

162
Dy
66

165
Ho
67

167
Er
68

169
Tm
69

173
Yb
70

175
Lu
71





232
Th
90

231
Pa
91

238
U
92

237
Np
93

244
Pu
94

243
Am
95

247
Cm
96

247
Bk
97

251
Cf
98

254
Es
99

257
Fm
100

258
Mv
101

259
No
102

260
Lw
103


Acknowledgements are made for the use of E.N.Ramsden,1985 PERIODIC TABLE from page 751 , A-Level Chemistry by E.N Ramsden, published by Stanley Thornes(publishers)Ltd,1985, ISBN: 0-85950-154-x ST(P) ISBN: 0-85950-512-x ISE This guidance may be freely reproduced in whole or in part for non-commercial educational purposes, provided that any extracts quoted are reproduced verbatim without adaptation, and on condition that the source and date are acknowledged.
______ in respect of the original schema by Dmitri Mendeleev in 1869, with reference to his proposed notion that
'the properties of the elements are periodic functions of the atomic weights'

___ further to a schema by Newlands in 1863/64, termed as 'the octaves law'
showing that when the elements are arranged in order of increasing atomic weights, the first relates as being similar to the eighth, the second to the ninth, the third to the tenth and so on.

  H    Li    Be    B    C   N     O  

  F    Na   Mg   Al   Si   P     S  

  Cl   K    Ca   Cr   Ti   Mn   Fe  

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