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Atoms, Molecules, and Elements Paper Tiffany Bush Atoms, Molecules, and Elements Paper 1-16-2012 CHM/110 Professor Tam
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Atoms, Molecules, and Elements Paper When we talk about the complexity that persevere the advancement of the periodic table, we can start with the argument that transmissions of the atomic masses. Scientists portray diverse endings in relation to how to position the elements in array. Also with thin in mind despite the disbelief of the 19th century scientific population endeavors to place elements in order was a must. In this paper we will discuss the important to know how the electronic structure of atoms aid chemists in predicting chemical reactions. By 1869, Russian scientist Dmitri Mendeleev had published his first periodic table and itemized the periodic law. When appropriately set, the elements exhibit a customary and broken up distinction in their chemical possessions. Elements in Mendeleev's table were set in rows called periods. The columns were called groups. The
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This note was uploaded on 02/02/2012 for the course CHM 110 taught by Professor Lab during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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