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The first periodic table was a handwritten table by Mendeleev. It had groups horizontally across the top and periods down the left hand side. The elements were all put into certain groups with only their chemicals symbols and atomic numbers depicted.

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The periodic table looks like this:


The vertical columns on the periodic table are known as the groups.


it is the present periodic table. it contains 108 elements.


Dimitri Mendeleev. But it didnt look like the periodic table we use today.



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There was no periodic table before it was created in the early 1800s by Dmitri Mendeleev.


Yes depending on which scientists version of the periodic table you look at. Henry Moseleys ideas on the periodic table was the first to increase by atomic number.


Lithium, just look at the periodic table.



Type in PERIODIC TABLE in the search bar. Click the first link. You see a periodic table? Now look for 209. -.- Po.



Mendeleev arranged elements in rows and columns. He arranged elements according to atomic mass.


The link below gives you a good example.


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On the periodic table the metal Lithium is written Li


To get the Alien periodic table answer key, look at the elements of a normal periodic table and find which ones are similar to the alien elements.


Neon look like Ne on the periodic table.It is a noble gas with atomic number 10.Neon lights are used in automobiles.


If we look at the periodic table, we can see that the first element in Group I is Hydrogen.


In more than 150 years the periodic table had many versions; hundred versions of this table are known. The sole official table is today the IUPAC Periodic Table.


look at a periodic table


look on the periodic table


Usually over 110 - it varies depending on which periodic table you look at.


Look for the predictable changes and patterns.


There are many patterns on the periodic table! They are in order by family, class, and atomic number. If you look up the periodic table, you will most likely find many more!



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