What Is Periodic Law?


The periodic law describes chemical properties of elements. It explains how all chemical elements have similar properties in a repeating fashion.
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pe·ri·od·ic law
[peer-ee-od-ik, peer-]
the law that the properties of the elements are periodic functions of their atomic numbers.
(originally) the statement that the chemical and physical properties of the elements recur periodically when the elements are arranged in the order of their atomic weights.
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Periodic law is the law that governs all elements within the periodic table. It states that the way elements act in certain environments and their physical properties change proportionately with their atomic numbers.
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