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Dimitri Mendeleev, was a Russian chemist. He is credited as being the primary creator of the first version of the periodic table of elements. Unlike other contributors to the table, Mendeleev predicted the properties of elements yet to be discovered. Mendeleev was widely honored by scientific organizations all over Europe, including the Copley Medal from the Royal Society of London. The Mendeleev crater on the Moon, as well as element number 101, the radioactive mendelevium, are named after him.

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Dimitri Mendeleev, was a Russian chemist. He is credited as being the primary creator of the first version of the periodic table of elements. Unlike other contributors to the table, Mendeleev predicted the properties of elements yet to be discovered. Mendeleev was widely honored by scientific organizations all over Europe, including the Copley Medal from the Royal Society of London. The Mendeleev crater on the Moon, as well as element number 101, the radioactive mendelevium, are named after him. More...

 
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