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Periodic Table by Mind Map: Periodic Table
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Periodic Table

Structure

Alternative versions

Classification

Groups

Group 1

Group 2

Group 3

Group 4

Group 5

Group 6

Group 7

Group 8

Group 10

Group 11

Group 12

Group 13

Group 14

Group 15

Group 16

Group 17

Group 18

Periods

Chemical elements in the first period

Chemical elements in the second period

Chemical elements in the third period

Chemical elements in the fourth period

Chemical elements in the fifth period

Chemical elements in the sixth period

Chemical elements in the seventh period

Chemical elements in the eighth period

Blocks

s-block

p-block

d-block

f-block

g-block

Other

Periodicity of chemical properties

Atomic radius

Definitions

Empirically measured atomic radii

Explanation of the general trends

Lanthanide contraction, Cause, Effects, Properties of the lanthanides, Influence on the post-lanthanides

d-Block contraction

Ionization potential

Values and trends, 1st–10th, 11th–20th, 21st–30th

Electrostatic explanation

Quantum-mechanical explanation

Molecules: Vertical ionization energy and adiabatic ionization energy

Electron affinity

Electron affinities of the elements, Elements, Molecules

Molecular electron affinities

Electron affinity of Surfaces

Electronegativity

Electronegativities of the elements

Methods of calculation, Pauling electronegativity, Mulliken electronegativity, Allred–Rochow electronegativity, Sanderson electronegativity, Allen electronegativity

Correlation of electronegativity with other properties

Trends in electronegativity, Periodic trends, Variation of electronegativity with oxidation number

Group electronegativity

Electropositivity

Trends of groups

Trends of periods

History

Elemental ideas from ancient times

Age of Enlightenment

Antoine-Laurent de Lavoisier

Johann Wolfgang Döbereiner

Classifying Elements

Alexandre-Emile Béguyer de Chancourtois

John Newlands

Dimitri Mendeleev

Lothar Meyer

Refinements to the periodic table

Henry Moseley

Glenn T. Seaborg

Main discovery periods

The periodic table as a cultural icon