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Marzus Wooden Version of Mendeleev's Periodic Table

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Edward Mazurs Mazurs was a chemistry professor at the university of Riga in Lativia, up to the end or World War II. After, he escaped the Soviet occupied Latvia to the United States. He took a job as a janitor for Argo Corn Products in Chicago and was eventually promoted to a job as a chemist for the company. He retired and moved to Santa Barbra, CA and resumed teaching at Westmont College.
Mazurs also wrote Graphic Representations of the Periodic System During One Hundred Years; the work classifies different systems and versions of the periodic table. Marzurs Wooden Table Table Details By using his left step configuration, Mazurs made oxidation number and orbital fillings easier to understand and find.
Also, the corrilation between a heigher row being of a lower electron helps a person to understand electronegativity by visual means, Table Creation
Mazurs’ wooden model of Mendeelv’s periodic table was designed and built sometime before the publication of a second edition of his book in 1974. This model is found in the collection of the Chemical Heritage Foundation with Mazurs’ other notes and models.
Bibilography Mazurs, Edward G. "Type IC3-2." Graphic Representations of the Periodic System
during One Hundred Years. 2nd ed. 1957. University, Alabama: U of Alabama
P, 1974. 44-5. Print. Leach, Mark R. "Marzus Wooden Version of Mendeleev's Periodic Table."
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