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Many elements remained to be discovered in Mendeleev's time. The periodic table helped predict the properties of new elements. The modern periodic table is used to predict properties and reactions of the elements.

Mendeleev periodic table was able to predict the properties of new elements which were discovered later on.

they predict the properties of elements, by saving your mum. YES MATE THAT IS TRUE

An element's physical and chemical properties. You can also predict what elements will bond with each other.

Position of elements help in predicting the properties. It makes the study easier.

Looking at the periodic table you can determine how many valence electrons an element has. The number of valence electrons determines many of the properties of elements.

A periodic table can predict elements that are not yet confirmed or identified.

Mendeleev was able to predict the properties of the elements that were not discovered at that time. He left gaps for these elements in his periodic table.

Periodic table comprises of rows and columns. It is easy to predict properties using this method. This pattern groups the elements with same properties together.

Periodic table determine chemical properties. It later helps in predicting the bonds formed by elements.

This is a very wordy response, but by setting up the Periodic Table according to elements' properties and characteristics, he was able to predict any given elements' properties because, with the way the Periodic Table is arranged, all of the elements surrounding any specific element would have similar properties to the element that they surrounded. For example, at the time there was no element known as Aluminum, but given the properties of the elements around that area (Group 13), he was able to correctly predict Aluminum's properties. When aluminum was discovered, Mendeleev's predictions were extremely close to the actual element's properties.

what pattern in the nature and properties of the elements are listed in the periodic table

Mendeleev developed the periodic table of elements by arranging the elements in order of increasing atomic mass in 1869. He discovered that elements with similar properties occurred in a periodic pattern. He was able to predict the properties of elements that were missing at the time because of this pattern. In 1914, Moseley contributed to the periodic table by reorganizing the elements according to atomic number.

Similar elements have chemical properties that are also similar. The periodic table is grouped into families. This can predict trends among the elements.

Elements with similar properties are found in the same column of the periodic table.

Groups, or columns, in the periodic table have similar properties.

He predicted that elements with the predicted properties would be discovered to fill in these gaps.

The reason the periodic table was created in the first place was to illustrate the "periodic" physical properties of the known elements of the time. Because of this, the properties of elements that were "missing" from the table could be extrapolated from the periodic trends seen in the known elements.

Periodic table show that elements have properties which are periodic in nature. These properties can be grouped together.

Yes, elements in the same column of the periodic table often have similar properties.

There is a group of elements in the periodic table as the elements with same properties are clubbed together.

After an initial publication in 1869, Mendeleev published the first comprehensive periodic table in 1871. He started using it almost immediately to• Rationalize the properties of elements• Guide approaches to the synthesis of new compounds• Predict the properties of the elements where he had had to leave gaps in his periodic table

The modern periodic table has assisted in the study of chemistry because of the organization of elements into groups and periods. Elements in the same group have similar properties, and there are trends in elements across periods. This has helped to predict elements properties and even the existence of new elements.

It wasn't necessary, but it was very helpful. By arranging the elements in a periodic table, it makes it much easier to see patterns and trends in the properties of the elements. For instance, all of the elements in each column of the periodic table have similar properties because their electron configurations are related. Using the periodic table, you can predict with fairly good accuracy the properties of an element you've never even seen just based on where it is in the periodic table. It is a very powerful tool for chemists.

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