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Uploaded on Mar 9, 2010

This section of our history of the periodic table discusses the 1860 Karlsruhe Conference and more. Visit: elementsunearthed.com to find out more. We also discuss scientists who developed periodic systems before Mendeleev. These included Leopold Gmelin, A. E. Beguyer de Chancourtois, John Newlands, William Odling, Gustavus HInrichs, and Julius Lothar Meyer. We also discuss why Mendeleev's system was more successful. In this second half of Part 1 of our history of the periodic table, we interviewed Dr. Eric Scerri of UCLA, a leading expert on the history of the periodic table. Narration, editing, photography, and animations for this episode were done by David V. Black. For more information on this video or The Elements Unearthed Project, visit our blog at: elementsunearthed.com or e-mail David at: elementsunearthed@gmail.com.

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