The Periodic Table of Elements is an organized table that contains all of the elements known-to-date.
How the Periodic Table developed and what are its key features?
What will happen if new elements are discovered in the future? Be specific with your explanation. In other words, how a new element will be added to the periodic table.
Periodic table is developed to complied the elements of chemistry in one tabulat arrangement which comprises of chemical elements and it is followed by their atomic number, electron configurations, and recurring chemical properties. The columns are called groups,the rows of the table are called periods.
Peridic table is most useful reference tool available in chemistry through which property of the element can be easily determine such as atomic mass, atomic number, etc.
New element will be added to the periodic table by the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) which decides the element name and this new name decide by IUPAC will undergo a five-month public review inorder to avoid any potential objection and by the end of the year the new element joins the periodic table. In future the hunt for heavier elements continues.