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Periodic Table of Elements

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1A

1

8A

18

1

H

hydrogen

1.008

2A

2

3A

13

4A

14

5A

15

6A

16

7A

17

2

He

helium

4.00

3

Li

lithium

6.94

4

Be

beryllium

9.01

5

B

boron

10.81

6

C

carbon

12.01

7

N

nitrogen

14.01

8

O

oxygen

16.00

9

F

fluorine

19.00

10

Ne

neon

20.18

11

Na

sodium

22.99

12

Mg

magnesium

24.31

3B

3

4B

4

5B

5

6B

6

7B

7

8B

8

8B

9

8B

10

1B

11

2B

12

13

Al

aluminum

26.98

14

Si

silicon

28.09

15

P

phosphorus

30.97

16

S

sulfur

32.07

17

Cl

chlorine

35.45

18

Ar

argon

39.95

19

K

potassium

39.10

20

Ca

calcium

40.08

21

Sc

scandium

44.96

22

Ti

titanium

47.87

23

V

 vanadium 

50.94

24

Cr

chromium

52.00

25

Mn

manganese

54.94

26

Fe

iron

55.85

27

Co

cobalt

58.93

28

Ni

nickel

58.69

29

Cu

copper

63.55

30

Zn

zinc

65.41

31

Ga

gallium

69.72

32

Ge

germanium

72.64

33

As

arsenic

74.92

34

Se

selenium

78.96

35

Br

bromine

79.90

36

Kr

krypton

83.80

37

Rb

rubidium

85.47

38

Sr

strontium

87.62

39

Y

yttrium

88.91

40

Zr

zirconium

91.22

41

Nb

niobium

92.91

42

Mo

molybdenum

95.94

43

Tc

technetium

(98)

44

Ru

ruthenium

101.07

45

Rh

rhodium

102.91

46

Pd

palladium

106.42

47

Ag

silver

107.87

48

Cd

cadmium

112.41

49

In

indium

114.82

50

Sn

tin

118.71

51

Sb

antimony

121.76

52

Te

tellurium

127.60

53

I

iodine

126.90

54

Xe

xenon

131.29

55

Cs

cesium

132.91

56

Ba

barium

137.33

57

La

lanthanum

138.91

72

Hf

hafnium

178.49

73

Ta

tantalum

180.95

74

W

tungsten

183.84

75

Re

rhenium

186.21

76

Os

osmium

190.23

77

Ir

iridium

192.22

78

Pt

platinum

195.08

79

Au

gold

196.97

80

Hg

mercury

200.59

81

Tl

thallium

204.38

82

Pb

lead

207.20

83

Bi

bismuth

208.98

84

Po

polonium

(209)

85

At

  astatine  

(210)

86

Rn

   radon   

(222)

87

Fr

francium

(223)

88

Ra

radium

(226)

89

Ac

actinium

(227)

104

Rf

rutherfordium

(261)

105

Db

dubnium

(262)

106

Sg

seaborgium

(266)

107

Bh

bohrium

(264)

108

Hs

hassium

(277)

109

Mt

meitnerium

(268)

110

Ds

darmstadtium

(281)

111

Rg

roentgenium

(272)

112

Cn

copernicium

(285)

113

Nh

nihonium

(286)

114

Fl

flerovium

(289)

115

Mc

moscovium

(289)

116

Lv

livermorium

(293)

117

Ts

tennessine

(294)

118

Og

oganesson

(294)



Lanthanide Series

58

Ce

cerium

140.12

59

Pr

praseodymium

140.91

60

Nd

neodymium

144.24

61

Pm

promethium

(145)

62

Sm

samarium

150.36

63

Eu

europium

151.96

64

Gd

gadolinium

157.25

65

Tb

terbium

158.93

66

Dy

dysprosium

162.50

67

Ho

holmium

164.93

68

Er

erbium

167.26

69

Tm

thulium

168.93

70

Yb

ytterbium

173.04

71

Lu

lutetium

174.97

Actinide Series

90

Th

thorium

232.04

91

Pa

protactinium

231.04

92

U

uranium

238.03

93

Np

neptunium

(237)

94

Pu

plutonium

(244)

95

Am

americium

(243)

96

Cm

curium

(247)

97

Bk

berkelium

(247)

98

Cf

californium

(251)

99

Es

einsteinium

(252)

100

Fm

fermium

(257)

101

Md

mendelevium

(258)

102

No

nobelium

(259)

103

Lr

lawrencium

(262)



The periodic table of elements is a visual representation of the known chemical elements. It is arranged in a grid with rows and columns, with each element being represented by a unique symbol and atomic number. The elements are arranged in order of increasing atomic number, which is the number of protons in the nucleus of an atom of that element.

The periodic table was first proposed by Russian chemist Dmitri Mendeleev in 1869. He arranged the elements according to their chemical properties and similarities, which allowed him to predict the properties of elements that had not yet been discovered. This led to the discovery of several new elements and the confirmation of the periodic table's effectiveness in organizing the elements.

The modern periodic table is divided into four main categories: metals, nonmetals, metalloids, and noble gases. The elements in each category have similar properties, such as conductivity and reactivity. For example, the metals are typically good conductors of electricity and heat, while the nonmetals are generally poor conductors.

The periodic table also includes additional information about each element, such as its atomic mass and common isotopes. This allows chemists to easily determine the properties of an element and its compounds, which is essential for understanding chemical reactions and the behavior of matter.

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