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Format Image Remove constraint Format: Image Subject Periodic table of the elements Remove constraint Subject: Periodic table of the elements Subject Mendeleyev, Dmitry Ivanovich, 1834-1907 Remove constraint Subject: Mendeleyev, Dmitry Ivanovich, 1834-1907

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    • 1983

    Periodic table designed in the style of a pyramid by Charles E. Gragg. This table was published by Instruments for Research and Industry and includes instructions for assembly into a 3-D model.

    • 1982

    Periodic table designed in the style of a cube by J. Francis Young, Professor of Civil and Ceramic Engineering, University of Illinois. This table was published by Instruments for Research and Industry and includes…

    • 1940s

    Rainbow-colored periodic table of the elements designed in the style of an irregular spiral. Per text accompanying the table, the colors and construction of the table are designed to express the relationship among…

    • 1970

    Reproduction of a periodic table designed in the style of a spiral by Dr. Theodor Benfey, Professor of Chemistry, Guilford College. The table was originally published on page 27 of the January 1970 edition of CHEMISTRY.

    • 1975

    Rainbow-colored periodic table in the style of a spiral with different sizes of revolutions designed by J.F. Hyde of the Dow Corning Corporation.

    • (May be the largest in the world.)
    • 1993

    Art reproduced from image depicting Mendeleev's Periodic System on on the wall of the Mendeleev Institute of Weights and Measures.

    • 1962

    Double-sided reference sheet depicting Table of Periodic Properties of the Elements on the front with a Periodic Table of the Elements on the reverse.

    • circa 1995

    A whimsical rendering of the Periodic table noting all sources of toxicity, pollution, radioactivity, etc. This rendering is a slightly edited version of a table produced by the "Annals of Improbable Research."

    • 1995

    Rendering of the Periodic Table of Elements containing geographical names around the world and universe which were or may have been derived from the names of chemical elements.

    • circa 1957 (Date attributed to slide)
    • 1869 (Original design)

    Graphic representation of the periodic table of chemical elements designed as a series table with Group 0 positioned in the middle of the table and with steps on both sides. This table was originated by Russian chemist…

    • 1869 (Original design)
    • circa 1957 (Date attributed to slide)

    Graphic representation of the periodic table of chemical elements designed in the style of a so-called "periodic chain" with the numbers of valences for each element noted on the left-hand side. This table was…

    • circa 1957

    Graphic representation of the periodic table of chemical elements in the style of Dmitri Mendeleev with additions and alterations by Edward G. Mazurs. Mendeleev originated this type of series table with steps to the…

    • 1869 (Original design)
    • circa 1957 (Date attributed to slide)

    Graphic representation of the periodic table of chemical elements by Dmitri Mendeleev with additions by Edward G. Mazurs. Mendeleev originated this series table with interrupted short periods in 1869 and Mazurs…

    • 1871 (Original design)
    • 1957 – circa (Date attributed to slide)

    Graphic representation of the periodic table of chemical elements organized as a left-step series table with Group 0 positioned on the right side of the table and Group Ia (Li and Na) placed above the elements of Group…

    • 1869 (Original design)
    • circa 1957 (Date attributed to slide)

    Graphic representation of the periodic table of chemical elements in the style of a series table with sixteen vertical groups. This table was originated by Russian chemist and inventor Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleev…

    • circa 1957 (Date attributed to slide)
    • 1870 (Original design)

    Graphic representation of the periodic table of chemical elements organized in symmetrical, chessboard-like pattern with seven periods going down the table and eight groups going across. This table was originated by…

    • circa 1900

    Portrait of Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleev (1834-1907), best known for his discovery of periodic law and creation of the periodic table of elements.