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1862

Alexerdre-Emile Beguyer de Chancourtois made his principal


contribution to chemistry with the telluric screw, a 3D
arrangements of the elements which constitued an early form of
the periodic table.

1864 - 1870
Julius Lothar Meyer produced many periodic tables thoughout
these years. In 1868, he organised 28 elements by their valency
(how many other atoms they can combine with) and included the
transition metals. Unfortunately, his work was published a year

1864 - 1870
Julius Lothar Meyer produced many periodic tables thoughout
these years. In 1868, he organised 28 elements by their valency
(how many other atoms they can combine with) and included the
transition metals. Unfortunately, his work was published a year
after Mendeleev so he did not receive much credit due to the
similarity to Mendeleev.

his principal
, a 3D
an early form of

es thoughout
by their valency
and included the
ublished a year

The Development of the Periodic


Table
1780

1790

1789
Antoine Lavoisier grouped the
metals, metals and earths, ba

1800

1810

1820

1830

1829
Johann Dbereiner recognised tr
similar propertiies and showed th
element could be predicted from

1840

1850

1860

1870

1860
A more accurate list of the ato
made in a conference in Karlsr

1865
John Newlands published his 'L
any given element will exhibit
eigth element following it in th

es thoughout
by their valency
and included the
ublished a year
dit due to the

1860

1870

1880

1865
John Newlands published his 'L
any given element will exhibit
eigth element following it in th

1869
Dmitri Mendeleev, considered
table, organised the elements
weight. Mendeleev's achievem
undiscovered elements. He ev
five elements and their compo
predictions were shown to be

1890

1900

1910

1920

1913
Henry Mosely discovered the
exceptions to Mendeleev's the
arranged by atomic mass, it d
as the atomic number. He disc
actually measure atomic num

sier grouped the elements into gasses, non


s and earths, based on their properties

ner recognised triads of elements with chemically


es and showed that the properties of the middle
e predicted from the properties of the other two.

ate list of the atomic mass of the elements was


nference in Karlsruhe, Germany

s published his 'Law of Octaves' which stated that


ment will exhibit comparable behaviour to the
t following it in the table

s published his 'Law of Octaves' which stated that


ment will exhibit comparable behaviour to the
t following it in the table

leev, considered to be the father of the periodic


ed the elements in order of increasing atomic
eleev's achievement was the gaps he left for the
elements. He even predicted the properties of
and their compounds. Over the next 15 years, his
ere shown to be extremely accurate.

y discovered the reason why there were some


Mendeleev's theory that when the periodic table is
atomic mass, it doesn't always give the same order
c number. He discovered this by finding a way to
sure atomic number.