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Chemistry 120 Introduction to the Periodic Table of Elements
What is an element? Cannot be separated chemically into simpler substances. Aluminum metal
Why dont all symbols match their name? 4
Figure 6-2a p148 How are elements found in nature?
p2 Antoine Lavoisier, the Father of modern chemistry and Marie Lavoisier
p133 Dmitri Mendeleev and Lothar Meyer
Fig. 11-21, p. 333
Fig. 11-22, p. 334
Fig. 11-19, p. 332
Table 5-3 p134
Table 5-3, p. 134
Table 11-2, p. 335
Expanded Periodic Table
Alternative Periodic Tables Dmitri Mendeleev, the original, periodic table (1869).
Alternative Periodic Tables The periodic spiral of Professor Thoedor Benfey.
Alternative Periodic Tables Triangular long form by Emil Zmaczynski
Alternative Periodic Tables Dr. Timmothy Stowe's physicists periodic table.
Alternative Periodic Tables Albert Tarantola's orbital periodic table.
The Periodic Table: the elements organised. The periodic table is a tool for organising elements according to their chemical and physical properties. The.
Periodic Table A table of chemical elements arranged in order of atomic number.
Introduction to the Periodic Table Atomic Number ● Symbol ● Atomic Weight Element ● Compound ● Mixture.
ELEMENTS. Elements pure substance that cannot be separated into simpler substance by physical or chemical means. 1.
Guided Questions. Elements are the simpler substances (atoms) from which all other substances are made.
Chapter 2 Section 3 -Substances can be classified as either elements or compounds element- the simplest form of matter that can exist under normal conditions.
WARM UP “Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, you’ll land among the stars.” 1.What does this mean to you? 2.What are your goals for 2 nd quarter, in Chemistry,
All known elements are identified and arranged in one chart called the periodic table.
Chemical Periodicty Patterns of Change. Topics of Discussion Periodic Table Electron Configurations Periodic Trends.
Development of the Modern Periodic Table Chapter 6 Section 1.
The History of the Periodic Table. John Dalton (1808) Ordered 36 elements Gave each element a symbol.
Elements & Symbols The Original Periodic Table The Modern Periodic Table How it’s Organized Organzation of the Groups.
P.464. Table 13-1, p.465 Fig. 13-1, p.466 Fig. 13-2, p.467.
Table 6-1, p Fig. 6-1, p. 162 p. 163 Fig. 6-2, p. 164.
Fig. 11-1, p p. 360 Fig. 11-2, p. 361 Fig. 11-3, p. 361.
Fig. 4-1, p Fig. 4-2, p. 109 Fig. 4-3, p. 110.
The Periodic Table and Periodic Law. I. Development of the Periodic Table A.Why organize the elements? - Allows us to see underlying patterns - Helps.
Chapter 6 The Periodic Table Mr Samaniego Lawndale High School Stylish Shoes.
The Law of Conservation of Mass aka The Conservation of Matter (You just can’t get rid of this stuff.)
Introduction to the Periodic Table ATOMIC NUMBER ● SYMBOL ● ATOMIC WEIGHT ELEMENT ● COMPOUND ● MIXTURE.
Chapter 5 sec 1 The Periodic Table -Organizing the Elements.
Chemical Periodicity. Chemists used properties of elements to sort them into groups 1829, J.W. Dobereiner’s classification system -elements in triads.
Chapter 1 Introduction to Chemistry The whole of science is nothing more than a refinement of everyday thinking. Albert Einstein ( )
WARM UP 1.List 6 things that a chemical equation tells you about a chemical reaction.
Periodic Table Timeline. 440 BC Democritus and Leucippus propose the idea of the atom, an indivisible particle that all matter is made of.
PERIODIC TABLE I. INTRODUCTION Open just about any chemistry book and you will see a copy of the periodic table of the elements. The periodic table is.
The Periodic Table Chapter 5. Alchemy & Diderot's Alchemical Chart of Affinities (1778):
P449. p450 Figure 15-1 p451 Figure 15-2 p453 Figure 15-2a p453.
Chapter 5: The Periodic Table Video. Section 1: Organizing the Elements Video 2.
Periodic Table History From Dobereiner to the Present.
1. Aristotle 384 – 322BC Four element theory - earth air fire water.
A pure substance that cannot be broken down or separated into simpler substances. Made up of one kind of atom. More than 115 elements known.
Chemistry 115 Chapter 1: An Introduction to Chemistry Outline I.Introduction to Chemistry II.Scientific Method III.Matter A.Classification B.State.
Chapter 6: The Periodic Table Section 1: Organizing the Elements.
What is Matter?. Matter Def: anything that has mass and takes up space Examples that ARE matter … Examples that ARE NOT matter …
CHEMICAL INTERACTIONS INVESTIGATION 2: ELEMENTS. KEY CONCEPTS AN ELEMENT IS A BASIC SUBSTANCE THAT CANNOT BE BROKEN INTO SIMPLER SUBSTANCES DURING CHEMICAL.
2.1 ELEMENTS. The smallest building blocks of matter are atoms. What is the difference between an atom and an element?
THE PERIODIC TABLE In 1869 the Russian chemist Dmitri Mendeleev and the German chemist J. Lothar Meyer, working independently, found that when the elements.
1 Chapter 7 Atomic Structure. 2 The Periodic Table n Developed independently by German Julius Lothar Meyer and Russian Dmitri Mendeleev (1870”s) n Didn’t.
Periodic Table Quiz. QUESTION 1: Which of these is NOT one of the basic pieces of an atom? Electron Quantron Proton Neutron CORRECT! There is.
The Periodic Table of Elements Chemistry Mendeleev’s Original Periodic Table of Elements In this section, we will discuss the following: Organizing the.
A brief history lesson: Since Antoine Lavoisier first defined a chemical element and drew up a table of 33 of them for his book 'Traité Elémentaire de.
Matter – Properties and Changes. What is Matter? Matter is anything that takes up space and has mass. Mass is the amount of matter in an object.
Figure 12-1 Essential Cell Biology (© Garland Science 2010)
Chapter 6 The Periodic Table Stylish Shoes. What is in common with all the pictures below?
The History of the Modern Periodic Table. During the nineteenth century, chemists began to categorize the elements according to similarities in their.
The periodic table is similar to a big grid that represents elements. It is a chart that shows people all the elements that have been discovered.
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