Over 100 years ago Dimitri Mendeleev discovered that the atomic elements had periodic similarities, which when tabled allowed him to correctly guess the elements not yet discovered. As interest from fellow scientists grew the table soon filled and its emphasis towards discovery eventually died out, unfortunately its importance declined and had developed very little even though discoveries regarding the elements and their sub particles continued. Hence the desire to continue where others had left coupled with todays information produced this Progressive Periodic Table of the Elements (PPTE). Following are a few points which distinguishes this new table from the original.
Points of Interest
1. The gaps between shell groups seem to show natural growth. When counting the horizontal lines of triangles, the Fibonacci progression stands out.
i.e. The addition of the last two numbers in the sequence is equal to the following number e.g.