Frequencies for the Periodic table of elements

Is there a list of frequencies for all the Periodic table of elements in there natural state? :idea:

Please help,
Russ27@optonline.net

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This is an interactive

This is an interactive periodic table or chart of the chemical elements. http://myperiodictable.us/

You mean their abundance in nature? Your chemistry book should have the data on this info, but not on all of the elements of course. Are you want the abundance of a specific element?

frequencies for all the Periodic table of elements in there

2/6/03

Thanks for posting a reply however I did check out the following link www.chem.qmul.ac.uk/iupac/AtWt/index.html#02
and that has the entire ATOMIC WEIGHTS OF THE ELEMENTS but no frequencies are listed.

I don't think anyone ever did a study on this. Everything has a frequency. This is the core of our existence. So if all matter has this as a core then all elements have a frequency.

I need the frequencies for at least the following:
Hydrogen, Oxygen, Carbon.

Thanks
Russ

Russ Wave oscillation,

Russ

Wave oscillation, frequency of most but not all elements, frequency equal to the energy difference of the orbits within atoms.
I’ve been researching for quit some time.
What you will find my friend is a war of wit, as you have seen not much WIT out there.
This is rather new in physics new being anything beyond 15th century; where most are stuck at; but you must give them some credit, they have learned how to peal the banana before compulsion of consuming.
I’ll be in touch; till then >>> http://www.physicscentral.com

P: U R on the right track

See Ya
Proteus

Composition is usually constant of a particular element. Remember, even an element can be "destroyed." You should look into this matter.

Frequencies

The abundances of naturally occurring elements has been studied and revised since the foundations of modern chemistry. The currently accepted values can be found in many txtbooks. If yours doesn't have them, try the CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics in the reference section of your library. In the 84th edition, an alphabetic listing of terrestrial abundances is given in 14-17. John Emsley's The Elements (Oxford U Pr. 1989) gives a listing by atomic number (Table 1A) and by abundance (Table 1B). Why the terrestrial abundances differ from those observed in stellar atmospheres is explained by P. A. Cox The Elements: Their Origin, Abundance, and Distribution (Oxford University Press 1989). These last two books should be easily available and are worth reading.

Thanks for that information.
Russ

sounds like a load of new age mumbo-jumbo to me.

I don't think this guy means "abundance", he means "frequency".

You might as well ask what frequency a banana has.

(I got one here tuned to Bb, as it happens ;-)

Rhodium is particularly good for maj7th chords....

Frequencies

I found all the Frequencies I needed thanks.

By the way the frequency of a banana is 69.26271453

The reason I needed all the frequencies is it's the key to Anti Gravity.

I should be finished building the generator soon. Then you will start to see Anti gravity toys at first.

This is extreamly cool.
Later,
Russ

" the frequency of a banana is 69.26271453 " :lol:

Hilarious, yes.
Is that a Jamaican banana or a Bermudan benana?

I have eaten bananas 4 times this week so far,
surely that makes the frequency of bananas in my life
to be 4 / 7 x 24 x 60 x 60
= 6.61 x 10^-6 Hz

Russ, I put it to you that *you* are bananas :shock:

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