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# 1997 : The discovery by jean claude perez of the Mendeleiev's periodic table predictive formula you say « Aesthetics

! "orry# could you considere a moment the beauty# symmetry# consistence and simplicity of this formula\$\$\$

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THE PEREZ’S GENERIC PREDICTIVE EQUATION OF MENDELEIEV’S PERIODIC TABLE

“Are there Numbers in the Nature?” Let us take the example of the famous table of Mendeleev, no one
never had the idea to seek a possible mathematical law which would organize the information and the structure of "the most heterogeneous table of Science". Jean claude perez discovered this law! the equation of the periodic table of Mendeleev. "ere is a short summar#! \$ionnering in research of numbers in %&', this researcher was (uestionning about possible %)**+,+&-)'.)/& between life based +lements 0carbon ox#gen etc1 and all others 0aluminium, copper etc1. )n fact, he discovered the exact contrar#! a law of 2&)*)-'.)/& of all +lements of &ature... Then he discovered a very simple equation which generates and predicts the structure of the table of Mendeleev. .his e(uation predicts the number of elements of an# la#er of period "p" in the table according to the onl# value of this period "p". 3e#ond this mathematical modeling of the periodic table of the +lements, .his e(uation underlines, in its formulation, the " trace" of the 4 fundamental (uantum &umbers. .his modeling predicts the structure of the h#pothetical extensions of the table of Mendeleev towards possible +l5ments 0real1 unknown which would be located be#ond the last known radioactive +lements. .his modeling also makes it possible to imagine an infinit# of other +lements 0virtual1 which one could however predict positioning towards the low la#ers of the table, like their (uantum properties. .o summarize, )*!

-c(p) a horizontal layer of elements of the table of Mendeleev, -"p" the period associated with this c(p) layer such as p = [ 1 ! " # \$ % & ',

-(nt(v) the whole part of the numerical value "v") e*p+ if v= )!#,then (nt( )!#)= )
."+&! one obtains c0p1, the number of elements contained in the c0p1 la#er of order p, b# appl#ing the formula!

c(p) = 2 [Int ((p+2) /2 )]*2
+xamples !

(f p=1 then c(1)= (f p= then c( )=, (f p=! (f p=# (f p=% then c(!)=, then c(#)=1, then c(%)=!

(f p=" then c(")=1, (f p=\$ then c(\$)=!

(f p=, then c(,)=#&/&

(f p=.

then c(.)=#-

(f p=1\$ then c(1\$)=1\$

To conclude : 6 .he periodic table of the +lements is mod5lisable. )t is structured b# a numerical structure of whole numbers. 7 .his structure is deterministic and predictive, then, for an# period p, it can be calculated b# appl#ing "the \$erez8s generic e(uation of Mendeleev". 9 .he generic e(uation is completel# controled b# the four (uantum &umbers. 4 .his generic e(uation makes it possible to check the regularit# of the common table of Mendeleev, but it can also "predict" and anticipate the existence of h#pothetical +l5ments now unknown, of which it makes it possible to determine the (uantum properties, then electronic and chemical h#pothetical properties.

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