Topics 3 & 13

IB Chemistry: Topics 3 & 13

1. The universal periodic tableThe obvious example of an international dimension for periodicity is the periodic table itself. Even if it is written in a completely different script to one that you can read it is still obvious which element is which due to its position in the periodic table as the table itself is recognisable in one of its usual formats. In fact the universality of the language of chemistry is more than...

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