a rule which states that elements that have an even number of protons in the nucleus are more common than those with an odd number
The Oddo-Harkins rule holds that elements with an even atomic number are more common than elements with an odd atomic number. The effect was first reported by Giuseppe Oddo in 1914 and William Draper Harkins in 1917.
the cosmic abundance of elements with an even atomic number is greater than that of adjacent elements with odd atomic numberSubmitted by acronimous on May 13, 2018
The numerical value of oddo-harkins rule in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of oddo-harkins rule in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
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