Mendeléeff's law

noun Men·de·lé·eff's law \ˌmendəˈlā(y)ə̇fs-, -ə̇vz-\
variants: or

Mendeleev's law

\ˌmendəˈlā(y)ə̇fs-, -ə̇vz-\

Definition of Mendeléeff's law

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Origin and Etymology of mendeléeff's law

after Dmitri I. Mendeleev †1907 Russian chemist

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