How do you explain how the periodic table set up?
The periodic table contains 18 columns known as groups and 7 rows known as periods. The properties of the elements are found to be periodic when arranged in order of increasing atomic number.
the periodic table is set up by atomic number, obviously. the atomic number is equal to the amount of protons, so the periodic table is set up by amount of proton order. During the time more than 100 versions of the periodic table were proposed. See the link bellow for some details; also the links of this...link.
The periodic table is a list of elements - substances made up of only one type of atom. Carbon dioxide (for example) isn't on the periodic table because it is made up of two different atoms - oxygen (O) and Carbon (C) both oxygen and carbon are on the periodic table because they cant be broken down into other substances. A substance which is made up of 1 single atom type is an Element. These…