Periodic Table of Elements: Heavy, Rare, Critical, and Superelements
The contingent and socially constructed character of toxicity are investigated to reveal mechanisms via which the diverse protagonists, under the pressure of strong political, economic, and academic interests, interact to visualize the toxicity of a substance or to make it invisible, via the active production of ignorance about its effects on health and the environment. The instances illustrate that poisonous danger organization results by powerful inequities among creators and injured parties, which promote the growth of types of sluggish and more often than not imperceptible aggression against communally deprived groupings. A number of accounts of the periodic table give an arresting prompt that persons require to use Refuse-Reduce-Reuse-Repurpose-Recycle (five R’s) at a basic height. It is simple to take for granted, other than up till now no option exists to show, that plain-body atoms result in complex creatures shaped by the arrangement of a number of even now smaller fractions, etc. The cyclic habit exposed by Mendeleev among the features and mass corroborates this forewarning. Researchers find out 26 transuranics in Mendeleev’s periodic table. Notwithstanding, the boundaiy of the periodic table is even now distant. Physicists suppose that superheavy elements must be with so much long existence that they could be found out in the Cosmos.
Setting the scene: the periodic table of the elements (PTE), heavy, rare, critical, superelements, toxic metals, (in)visible toxics, the emergence of the heavy elements, conductive two-dimensional (2D) metal-organic (MO) framework, rare-earth elements fingerprinting anthr opogenic activities and driving chemical processes in archaeology, PTE’s endangered elements, conservation of critical elements, the way to superelements, and enigmas in the periodic law (PL).
Through examples, the contingent and socially constructed character of toxicity was investigated to reveal some of the mechanisms through which the diverse protagonists, under the pressure of strong political, economic, and academic interests, interact to visualize the toxicity of a substance or, on the contrary, to make it invisible, through the active production of ignorance about its effects on health and the environment. The examples also show that toxic risk management is marked by strong unbalances between producers and victims, which foster the development of forms of slow and usually invisible violence against socially disadvantaged groups. A quantity of descriptions of the periodic system offers an outstanding aide-memoire that folks call for relating Refuse-Reduce-Reuse-Repurpose- Recycle (five R’s) at a primary stage. It is trouble-free to suppose, however, there is so far no likelihood to reveal, that minimal-body atoms are difficult creatures modeled by the organization of a quantity of in spite of everything lesser divisions, and so on. The periodic custom uncovered by Mendeleev between the characteristics and weight verifies the presentiment. Scientists learned 26 transuranics in Mendeleev’s periodic table. Nevertheless, the bound of the periodic table is in spite of everything remote. Physicists take for granted that superheavy elements should exist with so much drawn out life that they could be learned in the World. The formal structure of the periodic system of the chemical elements (PTE) was informed .
In earlier publications, it was reported PTE [2-4], quantum simulators [5-13], science, and ethics of developing sustainability via nanosystems and devices , green nanotechnology' as an approach towards environment safety , molecular devices, machines as hybrid organic-inorganic structures  PTE, quantum biting its tail and sustainable chemistry . Back to PTE? In the present report, it is discussed PTE, heavy, rare, critical, superelements, toxic metals, (in)visible toxics, the emergence of the heavy elements, conductive 2D MO framework, rare-earth PTE fingerprinting anthropogenic activities and driving chemical processes in archaeology, PTE’s endangered elements, conservation of critical elements, the way to superelements and enigmas in the PL. There is a general interest in toxic metals, (in)visible toxics, PTE’s endangered elements, conservation of critical elements and the way to superelements. The aim of this work is to initiate a debate by suggesting a number of questions (Q), which can arise when addressing subjects of (in)visible toxics, the way to superelements and enigmas in the PL. It was provided, when possible, answers (A), hypotheses (El) and facts (F).