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(chemistry) a tabular arrangement of the chemical elements according to atomic number as based on the periodic law

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If aliens ever land on Earth, Kean writes, one of the few things humans could present that might actually be understood by the visitors is the periodic table of the elements.
The underlying theme of this essay is to show that, following from ligand field theory of transition metals and the nature of ligands produced in prebiotic synthesis experiments, life--or at least network anabolism--becomes a plausible emergent feature of the periodic table of the elements.
They knew that famed Russian chemist Dmitri Mendeleev, noted for work on the Periodic Table of the Elements, made a key observation on alcohol solutions in his 1865 doctoral dissertation.
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discovery of the periodic table of the elements in the late 1800s.
Complementing the text, the Appendix of the Dictionary contains a listing of industry-related associations and organizations, standard abbreviations, metric conversion charts, SI Units, a temperature conversion chart, and the Periodic Table of the Elements.