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J. A. R. NEWLANDS' CLASSIFICATION OF THE ELEMENTS: PERIODICITY, BUT NO SYSTEM (1)

@inproceedings{Giunta2011JAR,
  title={J. A. R. NEWLANDS' CLASSIFICATION OF THE ELEMENTS: PERIODICITY, BUT NO SYSTEM (1)},
  author={Carmen J. Giunta},
  year={2011}
}
It seems safe to say that a place in the history of chemistry is assured for J. A. R. Newlands, yet even a century after his death debate continues over just what that place should be (2). Newlands was one of several scientists who published a system for classification of the chemical elements or explored the relationship between atomic weights and chemical properties in the decade following the 1860 Karlsruhe Congress. By the end of that decade the periodic system of the elements had emerged… 

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