## Monday, November 13, 2017

# Abstract.

This article sets out the views on the classification of all known
chemical elements, those fundamental components of which the Earth and
the entire Universe consists.

The innovation of this work is that in the table of elements constructed according to the Mendeleyev’s law and Van-den- Broek’s rule, new chemical elements with atomic numbers 72-75 and 108-111 are supposedly revealed, and also it is shown that for heavy elements starting with hafnium, the nuclei of atoms contain a larger number of protons than is generally accepted. Perhaps the mathematical apparatus of quantum mechanics missed some solutions because the atomic nucleus in calculations is taken as a point.

All cells in the table are full. If this table takes place, I would like to name groups of elements with the numbers 72-75 and 108-111, the islets of Filipenka Henadzi.

The innovation of this work is that in the table of elements constructed according to the Mendeleyev’s law and Van-den- Broek’s rule, new chemical elements with atomic numbers 72-75 and 108-111 are supposedly revealed, and also it is shown that for heavy elements starting with hafnium, the nuclei of atoms contain a larger number of protons than is generally accepted. Perhaps the mathematical apparatus of quantum mechanics missed some solutions because the atomic nucleus in calculations is taken as a point.

All cells in the table are full. If this table takes place, I would like to name groups of elements with the numbers 72-75 and 108-111, the islets of Filipenka Henadzi.

## Tuesday, May 30, 2017

## Monday, February 15, 2016

### the table of elements

H 1 | He 2 | Li 3 | Be 4 | B 5 | C 6 | N 7 | O 8 | F 9 | Ne 10 | Na 11 | Mg 12 | Al 13 | Si 14 | P1 5 | S 16 | Cl 17 | A1 | |

K 19 | Ca 20 | Sc 21 | Ti 22 | V 23 | Cr 24 | Mn 25 | Fe 26 | Co 27 | Ni 28 | Cu 29 | Zn 30 | Ga 31 | Ge 32 | As 33 | Se 34 | Br 35 | Kr 36 | |

Rb 37 | Sr 38 | Y 39 | Zr 40 | Nb 41 | Mo 42 | Tc 43 | Ru 44 | Rh 45 | Pd 46 | Ag 47 | Cd 48 | In 49 | Sn 50 | Sb 51 | Te 52 | I 53 | Xe 54 | |

Cs 55 | Ba 56 | La 57 | Ce 58 | Pr 59 | Nd 60 | Pm 61 | Sm 62 | Eu 63 | Gd 64 | Tb 65 | Dy 66 | Ho 67 | Er 68 | Tu 69 | Yb 70 | Lu 71 | ? 72 | |

? 73 | ? 74 | ? 75 | Hf 76 | Ta 77 | W 78 | Re 79 | Os 80 | Ir 81 | Pt 82 | Au 83 | Hg 84 | Tl 85 | Pb 86 | Bi 87 | Po 88 | At 89 | Rn 90 | |

Fr 91 | Ra 92 | Ac 93 | Th 94 | Pa 95 | U 96 | Np 97 | Pu 98 | Am 99 | Cm100 | Bk 101 | Cf 102 | Es 103 | Fm 104 | Md 105 | No 106 | Lr 107 |

## Sunday, December 6, 2015

Yes possible if lanthanides placed in a column under lanthanum, hafnium and lutetium will follow already horizontally. Also done with actinides, but the table turns ugly.

Build a simple graph of the results Chadwick, we see that for platinum he was to receive a charge equal to the value of about 80.

Therefore, the charge of the nucleus of platinum and close to it the elements to check.

## Saturday, September 26, 2015

### About the table of elements: slightly revised table of the elements

About the table of elements: slightly revised table of the elements: slightly revised table of the elements

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