Start the day by singing Tom Lehrer's Element song (CD-270) while showering in front of a periodic table: 'There's antimony, arsenic, aluminum, selenium,And hydrogen and oxygen and nitrogen and rhenium,...And chlorine, carbon, cobalt, copper, tungsten, tin, and sodium.These are the only ones of which the news has come to Ha'vard,And there may be many others but they haven't been discarvard.'This accurate periodic table contains all the elements up to
group 4 infograAgain, the name ‘crystallogens’ is technically not recognised by IUPAC – nor is ‘tetragens’, the other archaic name – but ‘the carbon group’ just doesn’t have the same ring to it. One extra fact to add for the curious: although tin has the greatest number of stable isotopes, Xenon trumps it comprehensively if unstable isotopes are also included in the count, with well over 30 possible isotopes
Development of the periodic table - Although elements such as gold, silver, tin, copper, lead and mercury have been known since earliest times, the first scientific discovery of an element occurred in 1649. Hennig Brand, a German alchemist, treated urine to a series of processes that resulted in the production of the element phosphorus.
There's hydrogen and helium and lithium and beryllium. Boron, carbon everywhere, nitrogen all through the air. With oxygen so you can breath and flourine for your pretty teeth, neon to light up the signs, sodium for salty times. Magnesium, aluminium, silicon. Phosphorous and sulfer, chlorine, and argon. Potassium , and calcium so you'll grow strong. Scandium, titanium, and vanadium and chromium and manganese. This is the periodic table noble gas is stable halogens and alkali react…