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Atomic Radius Atomic Radius (size) is the distance between the nucleus and the outer electrons in an atom.
Atomic Radius Decreases left to right, Increases top to bottom Large Sma ll
Atomic Radius - Ordering 1) Put the following elements in order of increasing atomic radius: Ca, Ge, Ni, Br A)Ca < Ge < Ni < Br B)Br < Ge < Ni < Ca C)Ca < Ni < Ge < Br
Atomic Radius - Ordering 2) Put the following elements in order of decreasing atomic radius: Si, Pb, C, Ge A)Si > Pb > C > Ge B)C > Si > Ge > Pb C)Pb > Ge > Si > C
Electronegativity Electronegativity is the ability of an atom to attract electrons for bonding.
Electronegativity Increasing left to right, Increasing bottom to top, noble gasses excluded Low High
Electronegativity- Ordering 3) Put the following elements in order of increasing electronegativity: Br, Cl, F, At A)At < Br < Cl < F B)F < Cl < Br < At C)Br < Cl < F < At
Electronegativity- Ordering 4) Put the following elements in order of decreasing electronegativity: Zr, Sn, I, Rb A)Rb > Zr > Sn > I B)Zr > Sn > I > Rb C)I > Sn > Zr > Rb
Ionization Energy The energy needed to remove an electron from an atoms valence shell is ionization energy.
Ionization Energy Increasing left to right, Increasing bottom to top Low High
Ionization Energy - Ordering 5) Put the following elements in order of increasing ionization energy : Ni, C, Zr, Ba A)Ni < C < Zr < Ba B)Ba < Zr < Ni < C C)C < Ni < Zr < Ba
Ionization Energy - Ordering 6) Put the following elements in order of decreasing ionization energy: Cr, Ca, Ne, P A)Ne > P > Cr > Ca B)Ca > Cr > P > Ne C)P > Ne > Ca > Cr
Trends of the Periodic Table Representative elements (main group) only so, transition and inner transition metals are not included in the trends Group/family:
Electronegativity A measure of the ability of an atom that is bonded to another atom to attract electrons to itself. Trend: –Increases from left to right.
Periodic Properties of the Elements Early versions of the Periodic table were constructed by Mendeleev and Meyer. We now know that the periodic properties.
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