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Q: Who first arranged the elements according to atomic mass and noticed a periodic recurrence of their physical and chemical properties? A. Henry Moseley B. Antoine Lavoisier C. John Dalton
D. Dmitri Mendeleev
A: Dmitri Mendeleev first arranged the elements according to atomic mass and noticed a periodic recurrence of their physical and chemical properties.
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