Diagram showing the Classification of the Elements: Periodic Arrangement

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    THE “periodic” classification of the elements plays such an important part in courses of inorganic chemistry for students that a large wall diagram illustrating this classification has now become a prominent feature in the equipment of the chemical lecture theatres of colleges and technical institutions. Such diagrams have usually had to be prepared by the staff of the department concerned. Many teachers of chemistry will therefore welcome the issue of a large printed chart, suitably mounted on stout linen, giving the usual periodic classification of the elements with their names and atomic weights. The lettering is bold and clear, although, perhaps, a little wider spacing might have been allowed with advantage.

    Diagram showing the Classification of the Elements: Periodic Arrangement.

    Size 44x68 inches. (London: Baird and Tatlock, Ltd.) Price, mounted on cloth, rollers, and varnished, 25s.

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    Diagram showing the Classification of the Elements: Periodic Arrangement . Nature 83, 457–458 (1910). https://doi.org/10.1038/083457c0

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