The periodic table is a fascinating system of order that nature has given the elements. The Russian chemist Dimitri Mendelejew and the German chemist Lothar Meyer recognized this almost simultaneously in 1869, independently of one another. 2019 marks the 150th anniversary of the discovery of the periodic table. The General Assembly of the United Nations and UNESCO have therefore declared 2019 the International Year of the Periodic Table of Chemical Elements, the International Year of the Periodic Table.
Click here for our periodic table. There we have linked to information and videos on the individual elements. We invite you to browse, discover and learn.
Our campaign My Favorite Element is unfortunately over. But you can still read about the favorite elements of our readers.
Here you can find further links to pages all about the periodic table
You can find our supplement here
Elements - 150 years of the periodic table.
The supplement was published in the March issue of Nachrichten aus der Chemie and in the March issue of Spectrum of Science.
You can find our brochure here
Chemistry of the elements
published June 2019 with articles on 43 elements (7 MB, 160 pages)
You can find the brochure here
150 years of the periodic table of the elements - a historical review
published November 2019 (3 MB, 36 pages)
This brochure is out of print and only available as a download. We will inform you here when the printed version is available again.
To get in the mood for the International Year of the Periodic Table, you will find a song on Youtube in which the elements of the Periodic Table are sung at breathtaking speed. Have lots of fun with it!
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