Who arranged the modern periodic table?

Answer Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleev developed the modern periodic table in his 1870 book "The Principles of Chemistry," according to the American Institute of Physics. Although he did not know about electro... Read More »

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Who arranged the first periodic table?

Russian scientist Dmitri Mendeleev is usually credited with arranging the first periodic table, which he published in 1869. Lothar Meyer, working independently in Germany, generated very similar re... Read More »

Who developed the modern periodic table?

Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleev invented the modern periodic table on March 6, 1869. The table organizes molecules into atomic weight and valence. While there were gaps in Mendeleev's periodic table and... Read More »

Who made the modern periodic table?

There were many attempts, as new chemical elements were discovered, to organize the known elements into an organized table. The modern periodic table of the elements was compiled by Dmitri Mendelee... 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 »