Where I can find information on Julius Lother Meyer?

Briguy
Fred Senese, senese@antoine.frostburg.edu, http://antoine.frostburg.edu/chem/senese/index.shtml

regular variations that marked the boundaries of his table.

Carmen Giunta maintains the Classical Chemistry page, which is one of the best chemical history resources on the Web. You can find Meyer's original periodic table there, in HTML format.

You can learn a bit more about Meyer from these books:

  • Crucibles : The Story of Chemistry by Bernard Jaffe (Dover, 1977)
  • A Short History of Chemistry by Michael Partington
  • The Norton History of Chemistry by William Brock (W. W. Norton, 1993)

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