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The INTERNET Database of Periodic Tables

There are thousands of periodic tables in web space, but this is the only comprehensive database of periodic tables & periodic system formulations. If you know of an interesting periodic table that is missing, please contact the database curator: Mark R. Leach Ph.D.

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Periodic Table formulations from the year 1996:

1996   Elements & Atoms: Case Studies in the Development of Chemistry
1996   X-ray Absorption Edges Periodic Table
1996   First Ionisation Energy of The Elements
1996   Concept of Chemical Periodicity
1996   Caporael's Periodic Table of the Elements
1996   Discovery of Copernicium
1996   Seaborg's Evolution of the Modern Periodic Table
1996   ChemEasy Table of Periodic Properties of the Elements & more...
1996   Metals in Medicine Periodic Table


1996

Elements & Atoms: Case Studies in the Development of Chemistry

Carmen Giunta of Le Moyne College Department of Chemistry has collected many of the original papers plus commentary dealing with eighteenth and nineteenth century science in a web book called Elements and Atoms: Case Studies in the Development of Chemistry. This web resource is highly recommended:

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1996

X-ray Absorption Edges

The periodic table links to tabulations of an elements characteristic x-ray absorption edge energies, and of the anomalous scattering coefficients f' and f" as a function of incident x-ray energy:

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1996

First Ionisation Energy of The Elements

Periodic trend for ionization energy, for example Mg → Mg+ + e

Each period begins at a minimum for the alkali metals, and ends at a maximum for the noble gases. From Wikipedia:

Based on data from: Martin, W. C.; Wiese, W. L. (1996). Atomic, Molecular, & Optical Physics Handbook. American Institute of Physics. ISBN 156396242X.

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1996

Concept of Chemical Periodicity

Concept of Chemical Periodicity: from Mendeleev Table to Molecular Hyper-Periodicity Patterns E. V. Babaev and Ray Hefferlin

The paper "The Concepts of Periodicity and Hyper-Periodicity: from Atoms to Molecules" was published as a the book: Concepts in Chemistry: a Contemporary Challenge. (Ed. D.Rouvray). Research Studies Press, London, 1996, pp. 24-81.

The website, here, is the original text of this paper (copyright by the authors).

The text deals with periodicity in isotopes, atoms and materials.

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1996

Suzanne Caporael's Periodic Table of the Elements

Suzanne Caporael's, Periodic Table of the Elements: Series 1; The Five Kingdoms: Series 2 (Exhibit Catalog, Feb–Mar 1996), Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago, IL (1996). Each of the one hundred and twelve elements is a wrapped and painted book. Many are encyclopedia volumes. Each painted volume hides some knowledge. Oil on linen, muslin, 78 in x 192 in:

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1996

Discovery of Copernicium

Cn

Copernicum, atomic number 112, has a mass of 285 au.

Synthetic radioactive element.

Copernicium was first observed in 1996 by S. Hofmann et al.

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1996

Seaborg's Evolution of the Modern Periodic Table

By Glenn T. Seaborg, from J. Chem. SOC., Dalton Trans., 1996, Pages 3899-3907:

"In this review, the evolution of the Modern Periodic Table is traced beginning with the original version of Dimitri Mendeleev in 1869.Emphasis is placed on the upper end with a description of the revision to accommodate the actinide series of elements at the time of World War II and the more recent research on the observed and predicted chemical properties of the transactinide elements (beyond atomic number 103).A Modern Periodic Table includes undiscovered elements up to atomic number 118 and a Futuristic Periodic Table with additional undiscovered elements up to atomic number 168 is included."

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1996

ChemEasy Table of Periodic Properties of the Elements & more...

From Facebook, the ChemEasy Table of Periodic Properties of the Elements & more:

Thanks to Roy Alexander fo the tip!

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1996

Metals in Medicine Periodic Table

From Metal Complexes in Aqueous Solutions by Martell & Hancock, a periodic table of metals in medicine.

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