As a result, chemists sought the same logic with organizing the elements.
In this publication, Lavoisier lists and described the chemical and physical properties of the thirty known elements of his time.
Triads are groups of three elements that have similar chemical properties.
This meeting was proposed to review the various scientific matters at the time.
These items were based on order from the smallest atomic mass to the largest atomic mass.
The law of octaves is Newlands' idea that every eighth had many of the same chemical and physical characteristics as the first in the series of eight. When presenting to the Chemical Society, he was merely laughed at.
Just as Newlands had done, Mendeleev arranged the elements in increasing atomic mass. He also took Newlands' work a stem further, and put them in rows according to the way they reacted with other elements when mixed.
This publication clearly showed a relationship between the relative atomic volumes and wights of the elements, but it was overshadowed by Mendeleev, as Mendeleev publishes a similar version before Meyer.