The order of the Periodic Table is based on the Atomic Number of the element.
Moseley discoverd that atomic numbers had an experimentally measurable basis. So he arranged his periodic table based on atomic numbers.
the order of the elemnts in the periodic table is based on the number of protons
The periodic table is based on all of the elements and man made elements.
The periodic table of elements is based on all the elements that have been discovered on earth.
the current periodic table is based on atomic mass not atomic number
Henry Moseley created modern periodic table. Before that, Mendeleev created periodic table.
Modern periodic table is based on modern periodic law which states that physical and chemical properties of elemnts are periodic function of their atomic numbers.
The periodic table is based on an element's number of atoms. The elements are arranged from least to most number of atoms.
Periodic table elements are based on few characteristics. Atomic number of these elements are taken into account.
I can find only two types The Mendeleves Periodic table based on Atomic weight of elements and The Modern Periodic table based on Atomic number of elements.
The periodic table is organized by listing elements in order of increasing atomic mass
the number of protons in the nucleus.
The periodic table of the elements is organized by the simularities between each of the elements.
The modern periodic table is arranged by increasing proton (atomic) number.
All groups in the periodic table contain chemical elements.
My the Atomic Mass.
Answer_ -Dimitri Mendeleev and Lothar Meyer Q:Who designed the original periodic table? A:_ -Dimitri Mendeleev and Lothar Meyer chemistry
Mendeleev created the first periodic table based on atomic weight. He observed that many elements had similar properties, and that they occur periodically, hence the name, periodictable. From this, he made the periodic law.
The elements of the periodic table were put in a specific order based off of the increasing atomic mass. The periodic table we use today has the elements arranged according to their increasing atomic numbers.
The modern long form of periodic table was constructed by Neils Bohr based on modern periodic law proposed by Moseley.
The periodic table of elements is a way to organize the elements based on atomic number and chemical property