Recognising the long table and using it to make a folding (or 'concertina') periodic table
Issue 375 | Page 77 | Published Jan 2020
An activity designed to enable students to see how the periodic table was first envisaged after finding similarities in the properties of elements, and how it had to be extended as more elements were discovered.
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