IUPAC’s traditional table, radioactive decay elements positions quiz (to be compared with my table)
Remember? I was a bit startled with the Ursae mistake I did in December 2014, then I started to revise Physics, but previously, in September 2014, I had read about a big earthquake that took place in California, EEUU, and it was then that I took an old Chemistry book in order to re-read some decades left aside well known concepts.
In five weeks I made this reordering for the elements having in mind 35 criteria, I already talked about it (use the TOC tab or page check the ‘View as desktop’ in your mobile devices and you’ll see the navigation menu under the header with the tabs, and the widgets column on the right… [I’ll increase the number of entries for the various tags, categories and widgets…]).
I found this quiz about the IUPAC’s periodic table, it is an amusing way to learn their traditional positions and English names (hint: exchange ‘io’ for ‘ium’, and ‘i’ for ‘y’, and double ‘s’ and ‘l’ in some cases, for instance: Spanish, Radio is Radium in English).
In my table you can see the complete series for the radioactive decay from Curium to Lead in one blow!
Here the quiz.
Here a song.