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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 , p. 333
Fig , p. 334
Fig , 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).
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Alternative Periodic Tables Dr. Timmothy Stowe's physicists periodic table.
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Notes: What is Matter?. Matter– any substance that has _________ and __________.
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Organizing the Elements. 1.What practice by chemists increased the rate of discovery of the elements? Chemist began investigating materials in a systematic.
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