Advanced spiral periodic classification of the elements
Imran Ali , Mohd. Suhail and Al Arsh Basheer
An advanced spiral periodic classification of the elements is presented. It has 32 groups and 8 periods. The proposed new periodic classification is a spiral arrangement of the elements, arranged by their increasing atomic number, electronic configuration and recurring chemical properties. The debatable positions of hydrogen and helium have been rectified in the spiral periodic classification. Two equations are also given for the diagonal relationship among the elements of 2nd and 3rd periods. This classification may be acceptable in the scientific community to work properly and easily. Moreover, this classification is also capable to predict the places of undiscovered elements.