Differences between Mendeleev's and Moseley's periodic law?
Mendeeleve’s periodic table “ The properties of the elements are a periodic functon of their atomic weights”. Following are the properties
Mosely Law: Henry Moseley discovered that the wavelength (energy) of an X-ray depended upon the nuclear charge of an atom. Moseley's Law describes the relationship between atomic number and wavelength of a spectral line:
The constant σ (sigma) is equal to 1 for the K-lines and 7.4 for the more shielded L-lines. For energy this expression is approximately equivalent to:
Moseley's determination of this relationship provided a simple test of the order of the elements according to Z. Where Z denote atomic number of an element.
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mendeleev's periodic law ws based on atomic masses
n as it stated
''the properties of elements are the periodic function of their atomic masses''
moseley's periodic law ws based on atomic numbers
n as it stated
'' the properties of elemnets r the periodic function of their atomic numbers''
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in mendelleevs periodic table ,the mendeleevs periodic law states that properties of elements r periodic functions of their at mass
modern law states that prpperties of elements r periodic fun of at nos
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