Dmitri Mendeleev is considered the father of the Modern Periodic Table
- He was a prominent Russian chemist and inventor.
- His most notable achievement was his development of the periodic table of elements, which he published in 1869.
About Periodic Table
- It is a fundamental tool in chemistry to understand the properties and behavior of elements.
- There are 7 periods and 18 groups in the current periodic table.
- Hydrogen, with atomic number 1, is the lightest element and occupies a unique position in the periodic table.
- Helium, with atomic number 2, is the second lightest element and is located in the noble gases group (Group 18). It is the only element that does not solidify under normal conditions.