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Periodic Table of Elements displays chemical elements in a most organized manner in a tabular arrangement where the elements are placed according to their atomic numbers, electron configurations and their distinct chemical properties. Originally introduced by Dmitri Mendeleev in 1869, it has been expanded over the years as several new elements have been discovered later. Elements on the table are placed in the order of increasing atomic number that can be found right under the chemical symbol in each of the element boxes. Standard Periodic Table consists of a grid of elements in 18 columns and 7 rows along with two double row of (radio-active) elements separated out from the main table. These two separate rows are most commonly known as Lanthanides and Actinides. Often, the table is deconstructed into four rectangular blocks, namely, s-block on the left; p-block on the right; d-block in the middle and f-block below the middle part.