Periodic Table: Then and Now. Garrick Hill Phys 6602 Dr. David Moore NGCSU. In the Beginning…. The first periodic table was published (in 1862) French geologist, A.E.Beguyer de Chancourtois.
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Dr. David Moore
In 1864 Newlands published his version of the periodic table and proposed the Law of Octaves (by analogy with the seven intervals of the musical scale).
This law stated that any given element will exhibit analogous behavior to the eighth element following it in the table.
Since Mendeleev came up with his first version of the periodic table, since then more than 700 versions of the table have been proposed.