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Tresvyatskii's Periodic Table
Powder Metallurgy and Metal Ceramics, Vol. 49, Nos. 9-10, 2011:
The paper published below represents Tresvyatskii's fundamental study. It establishes the
interrelation between the ionization potential and place of an element in the periodic table. Oxides
with a certain composition may form only when an element is ionized to the needed degree. Hence,
the ionization potential of elements is an important parameter that governs the formation of an
oxide. In this regard, the dependence of the ionization potential on the place of an element in the
periodic table is of paramount importance. The role of the ionization potential in the hightemperature chemistry of oxide compounds, which underlies modern oxide materials science, is
especially significant. The paper is published in Tresvyatskii's original version.
A depiction of the short-form table, showing some clever thinking:
- The reversal in atomic number order of Np to Am
- The return of the curides
- The placement of the Ln and the curides alongside the main table
- The assignment of the Ln and An to groups
- Triple periodicity among the Ln and heavy An
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