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The INTERNET Database of Periodic Tables

There are thousands of periodic tables in web space, but this is the only comprehensive database of periodic tables & periodic system formulations. If you know of an interesting periodic table that is missing, please contact the database curator: Mark R. Leach Ph.D.

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Periodic Table formulations from the year 1963:

1963   Life Science Library Periodic Table
1963   Royal Military College of Science Three-dimensional Spiral
1963   Galaxy of Elements [Discovered] by Swedish Scientists
1963   Bedreag's Système Physique Des Éléments


1963

Life Science Library Periodic Table

An periodic table in the Life Science Library book, Matter, by Ralph E. Lapp (1963).

The PT is arranged vertically instead of having the usual horizontal format. It is also probably the first book to show pictures of nearly every element, arranged by family:

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1963

Royal Military College of Science Three-dimensional Spiral

From a Science Museum blog, Rajay Shah writes:

"Supported by poles and twisting around itself in a snake-like manner, this object is one of many weird and interesting forms of the periodic table. It was built at the Royal Military College of Science in 1963. The Science Museum asked for this model to be made for them to display in their new chemistry gallery after the original model was seen at an exhibition held by the Physical Society.":

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1963

Galaxy of Elements [Discovered] by Swedish Scientists

Uploaded by request of Fathi Habashi, an historical video on elements discovered by Swedish scientists.

The film is in the Swedish film database, where it is named: Atomernas vintergata and is dated 1963:

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1963

Bedreag's Système Physique Des Éléments

From Le Journal De Physique Et Le Radium, 24, pp27 (1963).

After a short historical account of the evolution of the periodic system Bedreag analyses some properties of various groups of elements: density, spectra, ionic radii, ionization potentials and so on, arguments are given in favour of the division of the transuranic elements into "uranides" and "curides".

Thanks to René for the tip!

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