There are no compound on the Periodic Table of elements, only elements.
Elements are found on periodic table. Compounds are not present on periodic table. The table does not contains mixture.Elements can be found on a periodic table. Compounds can be made by bonding two or more elements. But they are not depicted on the periodic table.
There are NO compounds on the periodic table of elements.
There are no compounds on the periodic table. The periodic table only lists elements.
the periodic table has no compounds it is a table of elements.
Periodic table contain elements not compounds.
The periodic table in as array of elements and not minerals or compounds.
Periodic table lists elements and not compounds.
there are no compounds on a periodic table. only elements are placed in the periodic table and they are grouped by similar attributes
No. Only pure elements are listed in the periodic table of elements.
There are no compounds in the periodic table. It is the Periodic Table of the Elements, containing only elements.
Acids are not on the periodic table. Acids are compounds, the periodic table is only for elements.
The periodic table in as array of elements and not compounds such as CuL2.
elements and compounds both are part of the periodic table
Only elements are there on the periodic table and not compounds. The elements potassium (K) and chlorine (Cl) are present on the periodic table. KCl is a compound and is not seen on the periodic table.
The periodic table in as array of elements and not minerals or compounds
Periodic table lists elements, and not compounds like polyethylene
The periodic table lists elements and not compounds like NaI.
Periodic table is an array or elements not compounds. Sucrose is a compound and not an element and hence it is not there or the periodic table.
A atom is not on the periodic table, atoms are inside the elements and compounds on the periodic table if this helps :)
You are a bit confused. There is a periodic table of the elements, but there is no periodic table of compounds; compounds are not periodic in nature. The compound that you describe as CaCO does not form; the closest that we have is calcium carbonate, which is CaCO3.
The Periodic Table's full name is the Periodic Table of Elements, which makes it pretty self-explanatory that it has only elements.
Periodic table contain only chemical elements not compounds.
182 I don't think there are compounds in the periodic table. As far as I know the periodic table contains only elements, compounds are formed by ionic/covalent bonding which is another story already. http://www.webelements.com/
No, only elements are.
It is for elements not compounds