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History of the Periodic Table Project
Transcript of History of the Periodic Table Project
This is now accepted and included in all standard configurations of the periodic table. Glenn Seaborg French chemist who was known as the father of chemistry. Lavoissier composed with one experiment that showed "The Law of Conservation of Mass". He also helped discover and name 2 elements. They were oxygen, and hydrogen. Antoine Lavoissier Marie had studied physics and chemistry during her childhood. Her father was her teacher and taught her education was important.
She became a well known scientist and met Pierre Curie. He was 35 years old and she was 27. Together they composed a new atomic theory that was more accurate. Marie Got the first noble prize for women and was very honorably mentioned. She gained respect for women at the time Marie and Pierre Curie He was a English chemist who classified
The 56 elements that had been discovered
at that time. Antoine Bequerel He was born in Paris, He was a professor of polytechnics in 1895. He discovered X-rays. He was awarded 1/2 of the noble prize, the other half was given to Marie and Pierre Curie. Dmitr Mendeelev A Russian Chemist who made the periodic table much like it is today.
He ordered the table based on atomic mass. Henry Moseley Found the relationship between elements X- Ray and its atomic number.
Showed that atomic numbers had a experimentally measurable basis. William Ramsey A Scottish Chemist who
discovered the noble gases
of the periodic table.
He received the
Nobel Prize of Chemistry
for this discovery. Jakob Berzelius A Swedish Chemist
who worked on the modern technique of chemical formula notation. Is
father of modern chemistry. Lothar Meyer A german Chemist, he was competing with mendeelev to draw first periodic table.
A few months after mendeelev published his, meyer published a revised and expanded version. Johan Dobereiner German Chemist who foreshadowed the periodic table for chemical elements. Discovered trends in certain properties of selected groups of elements. Sir Francis Bacon Sir Francis Bacon was the scientist who composed the scientific method which is still being used today! Alexander Emile Beguyer de Chancourtis French geologist and mineralogist who organized elements by there atomic weights. He then published his table for all to see. Democritus He was an ancient Greek Philosopher. He knew that everything was composed of matter. He also knew they were in constant Motion! He also said that atoms have always been here. He was a smart guy for his time! One of his biggest known achievements was that he was the first to compose the atomic theory! J.J. Thompson JJ Thompson was a British physicist and he discovered electrons and isotopes.He was awarded the 1906 noble prize in physics for discovering the electon! He was a greek philosopher who based his teachings off of Physics, biology, anatomy , geology, and zooology. He was the founding father of the scientific method. Cited Sources:
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