The Periodic Table
Elememants Make Up Everything
The elements make up everything. The elements are organized in row (periods), and columns (families or groups). Their are a total of 118 elements, organized and created by Dmitri Mendeleyv, and was perfected by Johann Dobereiner and Henry Moseley.
There is three main types of elements, nonmetals, metals, and metalloids.
Nonmetals cannot conduct electricity or heat very well. Metals can conduct heat and electricity very well. Metalloids are a combination between metals and nonmetals.