What is the electronegativity of the periodic table?

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Every element on the periodic table has a specific electronegativity, a number which measures the degree to which that atom attracts electrons (electrons have a negative charge, so by attracting electrons, an atom will become more negatively charged,
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Dmitri Mendeleev generally is credited with the creation of the first periodic table, which charts the chemical elements by atomic number and valence shell electron configuration.
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