The following index maps scholarly commentary on the international law aspects of the armed conflict(s) between Israel and Gaza since Israel withdrew from the territory. Sources in the map include commentary published in English language law blogs and newspapers, and free content from OUP’s online services other free repositories.
Over the years, many scientists contributed to the creation of our contemporary periodic table of elements. On 20 August 1864, John Reina Newlands published one such contribution — a way to organize elements with similar chemical properties as you move from left to right across the periodic table. These days periodic tables present groups of similar elements in vertical columns but that’s just a cosmetic difference. In honor of Newlands’ discovery, we have compiled a list of books on the periodic table.
- The Lost Elements: The Periodic Table’s Shadow Side by Marco Fontani, Mariagrazia Costa, and Mary Virginia Orna
- A Tale of Seven Elements by Eric Scerri
- The Periodic Table: Its Story and Its Significance by Eric Scerri
- The Periodic Table: A Very Short Introduction by Eric Scerri
- The Elements: A Very Short Introduction by Philip Ball
- A Guide to the Elements, Third Edition by Albert Stwertka
- Nature’s Building Blocks: An A-Z Guide to the Elements, New Edition by John Emsley