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Russian chemist Dmitri Mendeleev put all the different chemical compounds in our world together on the Periodic Table of the Elements in 1869. Ninety-four of the Table's 117 elements occur naturally on Earth, while the rest are man-made.
1. How many of the Periodic Table's elements occur naturally?
- a. 117
- b. 152
- c. 116
2. When was the Periodic Table first assembled?
- a. 1689
- b. 1869
- c. 1986
3. Who compiled the Periodic Table?
- a. Dmitri Mendeleev
- b. Danny Mendeleev
- c. Don Marino