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This site provides a description of the development of the periodic table by Dmitri Mendeleev based on weight and common physical and chemical properties.  An overview of the table's organization scheme is contained along with links to information about the Schrödinger and Rutherford atomic models.  More information about Mendeleev's methods and the chemistry of his time are also provided.
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© 2000 Martin Goldman, University of Colorado at Boulder
Mendeleev, element, history of physics, periodic table, periodicity
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(2000), WWW Document, (http://www.colorado.edu/UCB/AcademicAffairs/ArtsSciences/physics/PhysicsInitiative/Physics2000/periodic_table/index.html).
Origin of the Periodic Table, (2000), <http://www.colorado.edu/UCB/AcademicAffairs/ArtsSciences/physics/PhysicsInitiative/Physics2000/periodic_table/index.html>.
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