The Periodic Table, also known as the Periodic Table of the (chemical) Elements, is a tabular display of the chemical elements. 🤔
It is widely used in chemistry, physics, and other sciences, and is generally seen as an icon of chemistry.
It is a graphic formulation of the periodic law, which states that the properties of the chemical elements exhibit a periodic dependence on their atomic numbers.

Periodic Table

The rows of the table are called periods, and the columns are called groups. Elements from the same column group of the periodic table show similar chemical characteristics.
There are 18 groups in the periodic table. Chemistry Association IUPAC recommends that they be numbered from 1 to 18 😄

The horizontal rows of a periodic table are called periods. The sequence number indicates how many occupied electron shells the element has.
As the sequence moves from left to right, the number of protons in the element increases.

This also contains the famous synthetic Moscovium element. Its chemical sign is Mc and its ordinal number is 115.
It has long been believed to be the mystical "Element 115" used as fuel by ships traveling in interstellar space 🙄

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