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E. 5 M,) have a somewhat different history to that considered in the preceding sections. We have seen (p. 6) that such stars consume their hydrogen much more rapidly than do smaller stars and hence spend less Slow neutron capture with emission of y-rays is thought to be responsible for synthesizing most of the isotopes in the mass range A = 63-209 and also the majority of non-a-process nuclei in the range A = 23-46. These processes probably occur in pulsating red giants over a time span of -lo7 y, and production loops for individual isotopes are typically in the range 102-105 y.
Chemical Periodicity and the Periodic Table There is no single best form of the periodic table since the choice depends on the purpose for which the table is used. Some forms emphasize chemical relations and valence, whereas others stress the electronic configuration of the elements or the dependence of the periods on the shells and subshells of the atomic structure. The most convenient form for our purpose is the so-called “long form” with separate panels for the lanthanide and actinide elements (see inside front cover).
G. CaO, SrO. BaO, and NiO, CuO, ZnO). L. Gmelin included a V-shaped arrangement of 16 triads h the 4th edition of his Handbuch der Chemie. 1843 1857 J. B. Dumas published a rudimentary table of 32 elements in 8 columns indicating their relationships. A. E. B. de chmmu%n ‘s first arranged the elements in order of increasing atomic weight; he located similar 1862 elements in this way and published a helical form in 1863. 1864 L. Meyer published a table of valences for 49 elements. Odling dnw up an almost correct table with 17 vertical columns and including 57 elements.