Dmitry Ivanovich Mendeleyev was a Russian Chemist who first drew up a periodic chart of the elements known at the time. He left gaps for undiscovered elements. He was born Feb. 8 1834 in Siberia and died Feb. 2 1907 in St. Petersburg. The element Mendelevium (atomic number 101) was named in his honour. It does not occur naturally but is synthesised in atomic reactors. Several isotopes have been discovered but the most stable is mendelevium-258 with a half life of two and a half months.
The element that is an actinide and named for the creator of the periodic table is Mendelevium (Md). Mendelevium has atomic number 101 and is named after Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleev.
This element is mendelevium (Md).
The creator of the periodic table was Dmitri Mendeleev.
Dmitri Medeleev was the initial creator of the Periodic Table. But, the most up to date Periodic Table was revised by a British scientist named Henry Moseley.
Henry Moseley created modern periodic table. Before that, Mendeleev created periodic table.
The periodic table of elements was created by a Russian chemist named Dmitri Mendeleev. He created it in order to better understand chemical reactions.
Mendeleev, he was Russian.
a scientist and the creator of the periodic table.
Properties of elements are periodic function of atomic number. Hence, periodic table is named aptly.