History of The Periodic Table - Dmitri Mendeleev - William Odling

William Odling

An English chemist, William Odling, also drew up a table that is remarkably similar to that of Mendeleev, in 1864. Odling overcame the tellurium-iodine problem and he even managed to get thallium, lead, mercury and platinum in the right groups – something that Mendeleev failed to do at his first attempt.

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... Odling became a Chemistry Lecturer at St Bartholomew's Hospital Medical School and a Demonstrator at Guy's Hospital Medical School in 1850 ... Odling also served as a fellow (1848–1856), Honorary Secretary (1856–1869), Vice-President (1869–1872) and President (1873–1875) of the Chemical Society of London as well as a Censor (18 ...