This article sets out the views on the classification of all known chemical elements, those fundamental components of which the Earth and the entire Universe consists.
The innovation of this work is that in the table of elements constructed according to the Mendeleyev’s law and Van-den- Broek’s rule, new chemical elements with atomic numbers 72-75 and 108-111 are supposedly revealed, and also it is shown that for heavy elements starting with hafnium, the nuclei of atoms contain a larger number of protons than is generally accepted. Perhaps the mathematical apparatus of quantum mechanics missed some solutions because the atomic nucleus in calculations is taken as a point.
All cells in the table are full. If this table takes place, I would like to name groups of elements with the numbers 72-75 and 108-111, the islets of Filipenka Henadzi.


6 thoughts on “Abstract.

  1. Each element differs from the neighboring one by one proton and by one electron. If all the elements were placed in a line, there would be no passes between them. How can I explain the empty cells in the periodic table … filled with the periodic law.
    And you can fill all the cells of the periodic table, observing the frequency, you can, according to the rules of Van den Broeck. Look at lithium and beryllium, they are analogues of scandium and titanium. In the sense of the behavior of crystal lattices when heated. But there were new elements 72-75 and 108-111-they need to be explained. We build a model of the nucleus of the atom and find that it is a sphere, the surface of which consists of alpha particles, and only neutrons inside-this can explain the ratio of nuclear protons to neutrons. Or why there are more neutrons than protons.
    There is also an apparatus of quantum mechanics, which confirmed the law of Mendeleyev. In his calculations, the nucleus and electrons are taken as points.
    But if a proton gets into the nucleus for some reason, then the corresponding electron will be on the very “low” orbit. KM does not notice such electrons. Or in other words, for elements 72-75 and 108-111, some protons begin to be placed inside the nucleus and the charge of the nucleus is screened-in calculations it can not be taken as a point.
    I understood this when I thought of Chadwick’s experiments on the determination of nuclear charges in particular platinum. If we plot the results from copper through silver to platinum, we see a clear trend on the charge of platinum not 78, but more. I have 82.
    Here is a correct and real table, and not pieces from different tables.
    No one will certainly risk a positive review against Mendeleyev, Chadwick and Heisenberg with Schrödinger.


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  3. Dear, you explain to me how and under what conditions the atom 92 of uranium decays into barium and krypton and how it is registered. I asked this in order to understand to me about a single uranium atom and its decomposition into barium and krypton under certain specific conditions with a guarantee or you give the statistics of the so-called ash … I am sure that you don’t know the conditions for such decay, but simply give the statistics of different fragments derived from what was known was uranium 92 and only … from uranium96 you can derive the same barium and zirconium or lanthanum and yttrium, which lie closer to the curve maxima than barium and krypton or lanthanum and bromine … the same ash but more appropriate curve p the distribution of splinters with the same chemical composition … ON THESE EXAMPLES I HAVE BEEN ASSESSED OF THE URANIUM NUCLEAR CHARGE OF 96


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