Cosmochemical Periodic Table of the Elements in the Solar System

Cosmochemical Periodic Table of the Elements in the Solar System

In cosmochemistry, the Cosmochemical Periodic Table of the Elements in the Solar System is a periodic table that lists all known chemical elements. In addition, it supplements the standard periodic table with extra information for each element, including its condensation temperature,abundance information in the solar system, and geochemical significance. The table was developed by Dr. Katharina Lodders, a Senior Research Scientist at Washington University, in 2003.

Abundance

The following table shows the elements and their abundance measured in number of atoms found per 1,000,000 atoms of silicon.

ee also

* Abundance of the chemical elements
* Chemical composition of living beings
* Chemical makeup of the human body
* Chemical Galaxy (a new periodic table)

References

*cite journal | url=http://www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/full/10.1086/375492 | author=Katharina Lodders| title=Solar System Abundances And Condensation Temperatures Of The Elements | journal=The Astrophysical Journal | volume=591 |year=2003 | pages=1220–1247| doi=10.1086/375492
*Whitehouse, Dr. David (2003). Revised table of atoms proposed. Retrieved Oct. 25, 2003 from http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/3204189.stm

External links

* [http://solarsystem.wustl.edu/metsoc03.pdf Cosmochemical Periodic Table of the Elements in the Solar System]


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