The letters "J" and "Q" do not appear in the
Periodic Table .
the letters on the periodic table mean the abbriviations of the words they are not mere letters.it is a shorthand method of representing the basic and mounted up elements of chemistry...an essential tool for every chemist.
Periodic table is name up of elements.
The periodic table is made up of over 100 elements :))
The periodic table is entirely made up of elements.
Dmitri Mendeleev came up with the modern periodic table in 1869.
The periodic table is an easy way to keep track of the atoms that make up everything. The periodic table is arranged by their simularities and in their properties.
There is no compound in a periodic table.Periodic table is made up of elements.
metals make up most of the periodic table
Groups on a periodic table go up and down.
nothing the only thing repeating is the PERIODIC table. To sum up the answer is periodic
fire is made up of elements so technically it is not in the periodic table.
Because periodic means reoccurring and many patterns, and the periodic table of elements is made up of many, many, many different patterns.
They are found below the periodic table because they would take up too much room in the periodic table
Mendeleev was the first scientist to come up with the idea for the periodic table, he is known as the "Father of the Periodic Table".
The periodic table is arranged like it is for a specific reason. It is probably called the Periodic Table because it is made up of "periods" or horizontal rows.