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The periodic table of elements is a chemistry reference that lists elements by increasing atomic number, which typically correlates to their atomic masses. The atomic number increases from left to right as well as from t... More »

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Some elements on the periodic table are oxygen, helium, arsenic and fluorine. Oxygen is an odorless, tasteless and colorless gas at room temperature, but is bright blue as a liquid. Oxygen is a very reactive element and ... More »

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The lightest element on the periodic table is hydrogen. The atomic weight of hydrogen is 1.00794 and the atomic number is 1. Hydrogen is the most abundant element on the periodic table with 75 percent of the mass of the ... More »

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Dmitri Mendeleev's periodic table featured elements arranged in accordance with their atomic mass, while the modern table has elements arranged according to periodic number. Mendeleev's periodic table also had the elemen... More »

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