Candidates for Chemical Element System models

Candidates for Chemical Element System models

Mark Leach's Internet Database of Periodic Tables has a category called
"Spiral & Helical Periodic Tables", where can be found many of the
three-dimensional element arrangement concepts that could fit the
Chemical Element System grouping within the Helical category
- depending on how that is determined.

At chemicalelementsystem.com/helix is a Chemical Element System definition I am proposing,

"A model with all sequences of atomic numbers and
element groups in continuous and contiguous arrangement,
complying fully with the Periodic Law
."

Among them are the following, some of which I think may be likely candidates:
1862 - Telluric Helix or Screw
1872 - Meyer's Spiral System
1905 - Gooch & Walker Periodic Table
1911 - Emerson's Helix
1911 - Soddy's Three-Dimensional System
1914 - Hackh's Periodic Table
1916 - Harkins & Hall's Periodic Table
1920 - Schaltenbrand's Helical Periodic Table
1925 - Courtines' A Model of the Periodic Table
1928 - Janet's Three-Dimensional Spiral-Tube System
1937 - Pozzi Spiral Periodic Table
1939 - Irwin's Periodic Table
1947 - Steadman's Design
1947 - Stedman's Conic System
1960 - Theodor Benfey's Spiral Periodic Table
1965 - Alexander Arrangement of Elements
1965 - Giguére's Periodic Table
1974 - Mazurs Version of Janet's "Lemniscate" Formulation
1975 - Hyde's Periodic Relationships of The Elements
1995 - Chemical Helix Periodic Table
1995 - Melinda Green's Periodic Fractal of The Elements
2003 - Bernard's Periodic Table of The Elements in Three Dimensional Form
2005 - Cyclical Continuum of Elemental Properties
2008 - Jan Scholten's Periodic table (Spiral Format)
2008 - Spiral Periodic Table
2008 - Wheel Structure Periodic Table
2012 - 3D Illustrated Alexander Arrangement of Elements
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