Foundations of Chemistry

, Volume 16, Issue 3, pp 235–247 | Cite as

Adequacy of the new formulation of the Periodic Law when fundamental variations occur in blocks and periods

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Abstract

In the Periodic Tables the transition from atoms to double-charged cations is accompanied by alterations in the composition of s and p blocks and reciprocal location of blocks, as well as by changes in the composition and length of periods. We have previously described the relationship between the atom properties and the total number of differentiating electrons. This paper demonstrates that, despite the above transition-related alterations, this relationship is also valid for the description of the properties of double-charged cations. This can be exemplified by the dependence of the ionization energy on the total number of p electrons in p block, d electrons in d block, and f electrons in f block. Furthermore, a single periodic equation is sufficient for the description of properties of all of double-charged cations from each block.

Keywords

Periodic system Blocks of elements Electronic configurations Differentiating electrons Cations 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Federal State Unitary Enterprise S.V. Lebedev Research Institute for Synthetic RubberSt. PetersburgRussia

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