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Scientists have proposed a new periodic table, and it is a journey

The Periodic Table of Elements, created primarily by the Russian chemist Dmitry Mendeleev (1834-1907), celebrated its 150th anniversary last year. Its importance as an organization theory of chemistry will be difficult to understand – all emerging chemists are familiar with it from an early stage of their education. Given the …

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Scientists measure the shortest length of time: zeptoseconds

Scientists have so far measured the short-term unit: the time it takes lighter particles to cross a hydrogen atom. That time, for the record, is 247 zeptoseconds. One zeptosecond is a trillion, or decimal point, in the billions of another, followed by 20 zeros and 1. Previously, researchers had dived …

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