The Composition of the Chemical Elements

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My excuse for troubling your readers with this well-worn theme is that a definite hypothesis is possible, which, should it be fully borne out by the facts, appears to afford a remarkably complete explanation of the periodic law, as set forth in Prof. Mendeleeff's table.

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STAPLEY, A. The Composition of the Chemical Elements. Nature 41, 56–57 (1889). https://doi.org/10.1038/041056a0

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