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Santi's Periodic Table Project

Mayan Electron Shell Configuration
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Santi Navas

on 22 March 2010

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Double click anywhere & add an idea The Mayan Periodic Chart of Elements This table is in a circular form and his it gets its name from the similar form of the ancient Mesoamerican calendar. This table focuses on the electron shells, and each shell is shown as a concentric circle. Each row is shown as a ring. All of the elements want to be a noble gas in order to be more stable.

This table shows reactivity of the elements extremely well; the elements closest to the nobel gasses are more reactive, since all they need to do is gain or loose an electron. Another display is the Transition elements. The transition elements are are shown to be integrated with the others, where they are usually apart from others.

This table can be used when trying to see which elements can react the most in an experiment , this will help you not provoke a dangerous reaction or explosion.

The Cons of this table could be a hard way to learn the other trends. Is in a circular shape so could be harder to memorize where they are.
This could also be a very confusing shape. Bibliography “Mayan Periodic Chart of the Elemnts.” Mayan Periodic. Web. 19 Mar. 2010. <http://www.mayanperiodic.com/>

Leach, Mark. ”The Mayan Periodic Table.” The Chemogenesis Web Book. 2009. Web. 19 Mar. 2010.<http://www.meta-synthesis.com/webbook/35_pt/pt_database.php?PT_id=34>

Hill, McGraw. Chemistry: Matter and Change. New York, New York: The Mcgraw-Hill Companies, Inc 2002.



Differences, Trends, Displays, Cons, Uses History This table was made by the Maya Periodic group. This group made it in
2001.
Their purpose in making this was to make it easier to understand concepts of electronic shell sharing, reactivity of metals and an easier way to view some trends or concepts.

This table is used to understand concepts a lot easier or to use the easy trends in real life, for example to see the reactivity of metals. By Santi N.
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