History of the Periodic Table

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• Newlands, and then Mendeleev, attempted to classify the
elements by arranging them in order of their atomic weights. The
list can be arranged in a table so that elements with similar
properties are in columns, known as Groups. The table is called a
periodic table because similar properties occur at regular intervals.

• The early periodic tables were incomplete and some elements
were placed in





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