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Chemistry
  • Author:
    Henry A. Bent
  • ISBN:
    1425948626
  • ISBN13:
    978-1425948627
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    AuthorHouse (September 5, 2006)
  • Pages:
    224 pages
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    Chemistry
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Basic Books, New York (2004). In addition Nathan Brookes is in the process of writing a new biography of MendeleevGoogle Scholar. Gordin, . Mendeleev: Reflecting on his death in 2007.

New Ideas in Chemistry from Fresh Energy for the Periodic Law. Authorhouse, Bloomington, IN (2006)Google Scholar. Basic Books, New York (2004).

Keywords: periodic system, periodic table, law, elements, notation scheme, IUPAC, Janet, Madelung rule .

Keywords: periodic system, periodic table, law, elements, notation scheme, IUPAC, Janet, Madelung rule, Aufbau rule, quantum mechanics, electron configuration, numbers, orbital. When something is not correct from the beginning or it was based on the wrong hypothesis or postulates, then many unusual or strange things had to be done to justify such a condition. So for Helium position in Janet Periodic Table, Henry Bent in his book New Ideas in Chemistry from Fresh Energy for the Periodic Law (2006), said: One element finds a new home: The noblest of the noble gases is not a Noble Gas. End of story. Henry Bent. New Ideas in Chemistry from Fresh Energy for the Periodic Law Close.

In his book, New Ideas in Chemistry from Fresh Energy for the Periodic Law, here, Henry Bent introduces the PlN and Ple (Front Step) Periodic Tables, Figs 50 & 52: Top of Page. Periodic Table, What is it showing? Binary Compounds.

New Ideas in Chemistry from Fresh Energy for the Periodic La. The Chemogenesis Web Book, The Internet Database of Periodic Tables. Mendeleev’s failure to represent the periodic system as a continuum may have hidden from him the space for the noble gases. H Bent. The past and future of the periodic table. A Zambon Mendeleev’s failure to represent the periodic system as a continuum may have hidden from him the space for the noble gases. A spiral format might have revealed the significance of the wide gaps in atomic mass between his rows. Not only do spirals express the continuity; in addition they are more attractive visually.

Bent, New Ideas in Chemistry from Fresh Energy for the Periodic Law, Author Bloomington IN, 2006. T. Bondora, The Periodic Table of Elements Coloring Book, Bondora Educational Publications, 2010. House, J. Bernstein, Plutonium, Joseph Henry, Washington DC, 2007. Lavendis, Number Theory and the Periodicity of Matter, Berlin, 2008. Media J. Challoner, The Elements: The New Guide to the Building Blocks of Our Universe, Deutsch, London, 2014.

Bent, H. New Ideas in Chemistry from Fresh Energy for the Periodic Law (AuthorHouse, 2006). 3. Scerri, E. R. The Periodic Table: Its Story and Its Significance (Oxford University Press, 2007).

New Ideas calls to mind Aristotle's synopsis of the Iliad and the Odyssey: Woman abducted. Long war. One guy has a hard time getting home. End of story. The rest is episodes. Similarly here: Chemical capture of the Left-Step Periodic Table. One element finds a new home: The noblest of the noble gases is not a Noble Gas. End of story. The rest is novel consequences of the Noble Gas Conclusion. Among them: overlooked Rules of Triads, Block Sizes, and Full Shells; overlooked block-to-block trends and a correspondence between elements' ordinal numbers in their Groups and orbital's radial quantum numbers; and recognition that Pauli's explanation of Periodicity's "magic numbers" (2, 8, 18, . . .) got the right answer (the Pauli Exclusion Principle) for the wrong reason. New Ideas ends with suggestions for streamlining the teaching of "the mole concept", chemical bonding, and thermodynamics in order to provide room in the chemistry curriculum for a more thorough treatment of Periodic System Systematics.

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Dr. Bent's book, New Ideas in Chemistry forces everyone who reads it to think about the periodic table and we would all benefit. It is an excellent teaching tool for anyone in chemistry.
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Three anonymous reviewers for the journal "Chemical Reviews" (to which the penultimate version of the manuscript for the book was submitted):
"full of interesting ideas"
"contains much novel and stimulating materrial"
"should be of interest to the chemical community"

Professor Truman Schwartz, in a review of the book in J. Chem. Educ, in press: "vintage Bent"

A professor of physical chemistry at Princeton University who has, himself, published articles on the Left-Step Periodic Table, featured in "New Ideas . . .":
"Terrific! It really is! It's the best thing out there! I hope to hell every teacher of general chemistry reads ths book!"