The Development of the Periodic Law
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This reference work represents a comprehensive study of the development of the natural law underlying the relations of the elements and their properties. Provides a detailed description of the events, discoveries, and data leading to the understanding of the elements and the evolution of periodic law. Includes various tables and diagrams throughout and two foldouts depicting Baumhauer's Spiral Arrangement of the Elements and the Spiral of von Huff. The work is digitized in its entirety.
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Venable, F. P. (Francis Preston). “The Development of the Periodic Law.” Easton (Northampton County), Pennsylvania: Chemical Publishing Co., 1896. QD467 .V46 1896. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/xwqrq7i.
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