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A Periodic Table of Molecules?

News   Sep 10, 2019 | Original story from Tokyo Tech.

 
A Periodic Table of Molecules?

In the proposed framework, there would be sets of tables for each type of symmetry organized according to four parameters: groups and periods (number of electrons), families (number of constituting atoms), and species (type of constituting elements). Credit: Tokyo Tech.

 
 
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