Nature fête Mendeleïev avec un dossier Beyond the periodic table
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Une sélection de Features & Further ReadingAnniversary celebrations are due for Mendeleev's periodic table
The iconic arrangement of elements assembled 150 years ago is about the future of chemistry as well as its past.
Lessons from the periodic table
Nature Materials | Editorial As the periodic table reaches the age of 150, we reflect on the historical search for new elements, and consider element usage trends in some key research fields.
First there was hydrogen
Wojciech Grochala describes how the oldest, lightest and most abundant element in the universe continues to play an essential role on today's Earth.
The deeds to deuterium
Dan O'Leary examines Harold Urey's decision to name the mass-2 hydrogen isotope 'deuterium'.
Scientists take nomenclature seriously, but tritium was named in a casual aside. Brett F. Thornton and Shawn C. Burdette discuss the heavy, radioactive hydrogen isotope that is available for purchase online.
Is lithium the new gold?
Jean-Marie Tarascon ponders on the value of lithium, an element known for about 200 years, whose importance is now fast increasing in view of the promises it holds for energy storage and electric cars.
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- « The periodic table » (2019) Consulté le 11 février 2019. https://www.nature.com/collections/daffidjhif.