Read this Periodic Table and Learn How to Use all Those Elements!
Periodic table of the chemical elements is a table containing elements that have been found and the main and most important data elements, such as electronic configuration values, atomic (ordinal) number, chemical symbol etc.For the first time this system was designed by Russian scientist Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleev, and it was named Mendeleev system.
Periodic system is consisted from horizontal sequences (lines) and vertical periods called groups. There are seven periods, and the number and labeling groups may be various.
We all know this periodic table and his elements. Often we heard and read about the iron, calcium, carbon… But very rarely we meet some articles about some other elements, such as krypton, ruthenium, vanadium…
For that purpose, Keit Enevoldsen created more impressive periodic table that contain at least one example for every element. Some elements don’t exist in nature so they are exception.
There are 118 elements in the periodic table and almost all are familiar with them. For example, each of us knows that calcium found in milk and bone chlorine used in swimming pools and helium filling balloons.
Of course, these are known elements. But a small fraction of people know what it is used molbidenot, antimony or galiumot.
Each element is shown graphically as used, and there is a short description and other useful information such as atomic weight, and symbol properties.
If you enjoy science, Enevoldsen periodic system is worth a look. Thanks to this project now we know that strontium is a common ingredient in red firework spectacle.
The most interesting is that thilium is used for laser eye surgery, krypton is used for flashlights, strontium is used for fireworks. Americium is used for smoke-detectors and first appeared in Manhattan Project in 1945.
Other very useful element is rubidium and its use in the time-keeping devices.