First Periodic Table

English chemist and physicist John Dalton constructed the periodic table in 1803. Upon determining the atomic weights of elements numbers then displaying them in tabular form, with symbolic representation. The elaborate periodic table was created in 1869 by Russian chemist Dmitry Ivanovich Mendeleyev indicating chemical relationships of elements based on their atomic number and weight.

Date:
      1803, 1869
Name(s):
      John Dalton
Occupation:
      Chemist, Physicist
Location:
      England


Additional Information:

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