When was the periodic table invented?

Answer The modern periodic table was assembled by Russian chemist Dmitrii Mendeleev and presented at a meeting of the Russian Chemical Society in March 1869. It was first published in "Annalen der Chemie,... Read More »

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Why was the periodic table invented?

Scientists had discovered more than 60 elements by 1860 and sought some way to organize them. After the first International Congress of Chemists met that same year and determined a method to measur... Read More »

Who invented the modern periodic table?

The modern periodic table was invented by Glenn Seaborg, who discovered all the transuranic elements numbered 94 to 102. Seaborg also reconfigured the periodic table by moving the actinide series t... Read More »

Who invented the periodic table and what year?

Russian chemist Dimitri Mendeleev proposed the periodic table in 1869 by arranging the 63 known elements of his time according to increasing atomic weight as well as their physical and chemical pro... Read More »

Who were the first early scientists that invented the periodic table?

Convinced that there must be an orderly, graphic way to represent the elements that he knew of, Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleev labored to arrange them by their properties. Mendeleev, or Mendelyev, even... Read More »