Modern Law of the Elements The modern periodic law states that, "the physical and chemical properties of elements are periodic functions of their atomic numbers." … It is important to remember that before our "modern" periodic law, the Periodic Table of Elements was organized according to increasing atomic weights, and not by atomic number. English chemist John Newlands and Russian chemist, Dmitri Mendeleev ("father of the Periodic Table"), both categorized the elements on the basis of increasing atomic weights. The present law (and method of organization) was applied first by Henry Moseley in 1914. Properties of element are periodic function of their atomic number
The physical and chemical properties of the elements are periodic functions of their atomic numbers. The periodic law states that the repeating chemical and physical proper…ties of elements change periodically with the elements' atomic numbers. according to the old mendleef`s convention, physical and chemical properties of an element are functions of their atomic masses. But this was later modified into the fact that atomic properties are functions of their ATOMIC NUMBER not ATOMIC MASS! This is all about modified periodic law.
The periodic law is: When elements on the periodic table are arranged by atomic number, relationships and similarities in properties can be seen. This means that the prope…rties of the elements are periodic, or recurring, functions of their atomic numbers. Because of this phenomenon, it is possible to construct a table that graphically reflects the relationship between the properties and atomic number. This table is called the periodic table.
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Mary Lou Retton (born January 24, 1968) is an American gymnast. She is the first female gymnast from outside Eastern Europe to win the Olympic all-around title. Summer Olymp…ics Women's Artistic Gymnastics Gold 1984 Los Angeles All-around Silver 1984 Los Angeles Team competition Silver 1984 Los Angeles Vault Bronze 1984 Los Angeles Uneven bars Bronze 1984 Los Angeles Floor exercise Her name is listed in International Gymnastics Hall of Fame. She had impressive performance in 1984 Log Angels Olympics and won five medals. Mary got the honor of Sports Illustrated magazine's "Sportswoman of the Year" in 1984 Bart Wayne Conner (born March 28, 1958 in Chicago, Illinois)is the only American male gymnast to have won gold medals at every level of competition, including international, national and collegiate. He is an American gymnast who, as a member of the gold medal-winning men's gymnastics team at the 1984 Summer Olympic Games won an individual gold on the parallel bars. Conner was also the 1979 World Champion on the parallel bars. Conner was also part of the 1976 and 1980 USA Olympic gymnastics teams. He won the World Cup in 1979, and the American Cup in 1976, 1980, and 1981. He has been inducted into several Halls of Fame, including those of the US Olympic Committee, USA Gymnastics, International Gymnastics, and Oklahoma Sports. Conner Conner currently owns and operates the Bart Conner Gymnastics Academywith his wife, Romanian gold medalist Nadia Comaneci. Sawao Kato Sawao Kato is considered as one of the greatest Gymnasts in its history. Participating in three Olympics, he bagged twelve medals including eight gold medals. This Japanese first participated in 1968 Olympics Games. He is one of the best male gymnasts in the Olympic Games history with his 12 medals in Olympic Games. Undoubtedly, he is the best Olympian for Japan. This great Athlete is a member of World Gymnastics Hall of Fame. Image Link: Olympiaclub Nikolai Andrianov This man from Russia is a natural genius. He participated in 3 Olympics (1972, 76 and 80) and won 15 medals. No other male gymnast has been able to win more Olympic medals that Nikolai Andrianov. He was a natural gymnast and won in other major competitions too. World Cup, University Games, European Championships, World Championships, USSR Championships- you name it and he won all of them. He was trainded Nikolai Tolkachev, one of the greatest trainers of USSR. Dmitry Vladimirovich Bilozerchev This Russian famous Gymnast got popularity being the youngest male world champion in the sports history. He made this prestigious record participating in the 1983 world championship while he was just 16. This laurel sportsman could prove his talent and skills in gymnastics in the 1988 Olympic Games where he won 4 medals including 3 gold. He could easily dominate in the late 80's. He could return to the world championships again in 1987 in 1987 just after the two years of getting out of an auto accident which proves his determination and passion to Gymnastics. He could win 3 gold medals in that tournament. So, it was not unusual to include this great gymnast in the International Gymnastics Hall of Fame. Boris Anfiyanovich Shakhlin Boris is another big name in the all time gymnastics history. This benevolent gymnast could win 10 individual medals in the world championships. He is one of the successful Olympian with his 13 medals in which 7 are gold. He could win gold medal in each of his three consecutive Olympics Games. In 1960 Rome Olympic Games was his best as he bagged 7 medals including 4 gold. This Russian devoted gymnast was included in the International Gymnastics Hall of Fame in 2002. Larissa Latynina This greatest female gymnast has already taken a place for her own in the history of Gymnastics and also in Olympics. This Russian still holds the record of winning highest number of Olympic medals with her 18 medals including 9 gold. She set another record for female gymnastics winning 9 Olympic gold for the first time. In her three consecutive Olympic appearances, she could prove her ability in Gymnastics dominating the Gymnastic world in her time. Before being inducted into the International World Gymnastics Hall of Fame, she was also honored the 'Olympic Order' by the International Olympic Committee in 1989 for her great and memorable contributions in the world gymnastics. Olga Korbut Before her appearance in gymnastics it was considered to be a sport of grown up people. Teenage girls were not allowed. She changed it all. She was also the one who made gymnastics very popular. Olga Korbut, also known as the Sparrow of Minsk, was a Belarusian gymnast. She competed in the 1972 and 1976 Olympics. She won four gold medals and two silver medals. She started training at the age of 8. In her first competition in 1969 she acquired fifth position in USSR Championship. Her performance in 1972 captivated audience worldwide. She was the first person to do a backward somersault on the balance beam and standing backward somersault on bars. Nadia Comaneci Nadia is another greatest gymnast in the history of gymnastics. She is famous for her perfect score of 10 in an Olympic event in 1976 for the first time in the world when she was just 14. This Romanian gymnast won 9 Olympic medals in which 5 were gold participating in two Olympics Games. After taking retirement, she devoted her life to spread out gymnastics throughout the world especially in USA she tried to make this sports event popular participating in some Gymnastics exhibition tours. She is a member of International Gymnastics Hall of Fame. Věra Čáslavská This Czechoslovakian is also very popular in the gymnastic world. She could win 11 Olympic medals including 7 gold. In her career she won 22 International titles. With such prestigious record she has already been a great gymnast in Gymnastic. Among her three Olympic tournaments, 1968 Olympic Games was a special one as she bagged four Gold medals in that tournament. She is the second female gymnast to win two consecutive all-round gold medals in Olympic Games. She was assigned in the IOC committee in 1995 and she is a member of International Gymnastics Hall of Fame.
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Mendeleev's periodic law states that "Properties of elements are periodic function of their atomic masses".
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The development of the periodic table is credited to Dmitri Mendeleev, although a similar organizational pattern had been previously suggested by Julius Lothar Meyer.
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The Periodic Law states that: The principle that the properties of the elements recur periodically as their atomic numbers increase.
1. The classification of elements is based on the atomic number, which is a more fundamental property. 2. The reason for placing isotopes at one place is justified a…s the classification is on the basis of atomic number. 3. It explains the periodicity of the properties of the elements and relates them to their electronic configurations. 5. The position of the elements that were misfits on the basis of mass number (anomalous pairs like argon and potassium) could be justified on the basis of atomic number. 6. The lanthanides and actinides are placed separately at the bottom of the periodic table. 7. The table is simple, systematic and easy way for remembering the properties of various elements as it is based on the electronic configuration.
Charles Law was published by a French natural philosopher named Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac. However Joseph credits Jacques Charles, a French mathematician and scientist, since h…e Joseph learned the discovery from Jacques unpublished work. The law was later independently discovered and supported by a British natural philosopher, John Dalton. Taylor Buchanan was the first person to demonstrate that the law applied generally to all gasses and also to the vapours of volatile liquids if the temperature was more than a few degrees above boiling point. Emile Clapeyron combined Charles Law with Boyle's Law to produce a single statement, later known as the "Ideal Gas Law".