Definition of Mendeleev
1. Noun. Russian chemist who developed a periodic table of the chemical elements and predicted the discovery of several new elements (1834-1907).
Generic synonyms: Chemist
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Literary usage of Mendeleev
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1. Read & Understand Science Grades 4-6 by Evan-Moor Educational Publishers, Ana Shirazi, Delana Heidrich, Judith Herbst, Kathleen Simpson (2005)
"In 1869, Dmitry mendeleev listed all the elements known at the time in the order of their ... When he had finished, mendeleev noticed patterns in his chart. ..."
2. Contrasts in Scientific Style: Research Groups in the Chemical and by Joseph S. Fruton (1990)
"For example, even during the 1870s he did not discuss in his lectures the periodic table proposed by his former students mendeleev and Meyer. ..."
3. The Princess & the Patriot: Ekaterina Dashkova, Benjamin Franklin, and the by Sue Ann Prince (2006)
"His cultural biography of Russian chemist DI mendeleev, noted for his 1869 formulation of the periodic system of chemical elements, appeared from Basic ..."
4. The New International Encyclopaedia by Herbert Treadwell Wade (1922)
"This law enabled mendeleev to foretell the existence and even the ... mendeleev is also the author of an interesting hypothesis on the nature of the ..."