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Periodic table of dogs

Periodic table of dogs


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Periodic table of dogs

The periodic table of dogs lists dogs according to their physical and chemical properties. Dogs and other carnivorous mammals, together with many other animals, including horses, are considered part of the Mammalia group. Some animals, such as whales and dolphins, can be classified as cetaceans. The list includes the animals that are domesticated, which include dogs, cats, and other pets, and also includes animals in captivity, such as zoo animals. It also lists wild animals, which may not be domesticated, although they may be tamed or captured.

The periodic table of dogs is divided by element (left) and by period (right).

Classification of dogs by elements

Dogs are in general classified according to their basic chemical properties, but many properties are also inherited. There are, however, some exceptions:

the properties of calcium in dogs are different from those in humans, but similar to those in cows,

copper is also a trace element, but can't be found in dogs.

There are also dogs with no trace of any element at all, due to incomplete metabolism or due to an unknown metabolic disorder. Dogs can be made of various metals, some of which have never been found in the organism before.

In the table below, "1" indicates that the element is present in the given species, and that the element has been detected in the form of a compound with one or more other elements. "X" indicates that the element was found in trace amounts. "0" indicates that the element has not been detected in the given species, and that there is no information on the presence of the element in the organism. "0/X" indicates that the element was not found in the given species, and that there is no information on the presence of the element in the organism.

Element

{| class="wikitable sortable"

|-

! rowspan="5" | Period || colspan="3" class="unsortable" | No. || rowspan="5" class="unsortable" | IUPAC || rowspan="5" | Other common name

|-

! scope="col" | Order

! scope="col" | Group

! scope="col" | Periodicity

|-

! scope="row" | 1 || I || rowspan="3" class="unsortable" | || rowspan="3" | 1 || IUPAC || 1 element || ||

|-

! scope="row" | 2 || I || rowspan="4" class="unsortable" | || rowspan="4" | 2 || IUPAC || 2 elements || ||

|-

! scope="row" | 3 || I || rowspan="4" class="unsortable" | || rowspan="4" | 3 || IUPAC || 3 elements || ||

|-

! scope="row" | 4 || I || rowspan="2" class="unsortable" | || rowspan="2" | 4 || IUPAC || 4 elements || ||

|-

! scope="row" | 5 || I || rowspan="2" class="unsortable" | || rowspan="2" | 5 || IUPAC || 5 elements || ||

|-

! scope="row" | 6 || II || rowspan="3" class="unsortable" | || rowspan="3" | 6 || IUPAC || 6 elements || ||

|-

! scope="row" | 7 || III || rowspan="2" class="unsortable" | || rowspan="2" | 7 || IUPAC || 7 elements || ||

|-

! scope="row" | 8 || IV || rowspan="2" class="unsortable" | || rowspan="2" | 8 || IUPAC || 8 elements || ||

|-

! scope="row" | 9 || V || rowspan="4" class="unsortable" | || rowspan="4" | 9 || IUPAC || 9 elements || ||

|-

! scope="row" | 10 || VI || rowspan="2" class="unsortable" | || rowspan="2" | 10 || IUPAC || 10 elements || ||

|-

! scope="row" | 11 || VII || rowspan="3" class="unsortable" | || rowspan="3" | 11 || IUPAC || 11 elements || ||

|-

! scope="row" | 12 || VIII || rowspan="2" class="unsortable" | || rowspan="2" | 12 || IUPAC || 12 elements || ||

|-

! scope="row" | 13 || IX || rowspan="2" class="unsortable" | || rowspan="2" | 13 || IUPAC || 13 elements || ||

|-

! scope="row" | 14 || X || rowspan="4" class="unsortable" | || rowspan="4" | 14 || IUPAC || 14 elements || ||

|-

! scope="row" | 15 || XI || rowspan="3" class="unsortable" | || rowspan="3" | 15 || IUPAC || 15 elements || ||

|-

! scope="row" | 16 || XII || rowspan="2" class="unsortable" | || rowspan="2" | 16 || IUPAC || 16 elements || ||

|-

! scope="row" | 17 || XIII || rowspan="2" class="unsortable" | || rowspan="2" | 17 || IUPAC || 17 elements || ||

|-

! scope="row" | 18 || XIV || rowspan="2" class="unsortable"


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