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Silvery white metallic Metal Conductor Corrosive Melting point: 839.0 C Boiling point: 1484.0 C
Structure: Ccp( Cubic Closed- Pack)
Atomic number:20 Atomic weight:40.08 Protons:20 Neutrons:20 Symbol: Ca
Block: S Period: 4 Group: 2 Electron Configuration: [Ar].4s 2
Can be obtained from: Chalk, limestone and marble. Is found in 3.5% of Earth’s crust. Bones, teeth and shells are formed by calcium.
found as calcium sulfate in alabaster and gypsum, calcium fluoride in fluorite, or as calcium phosphate in rock phosphate
In nature, calcium is found in rocks, chalk and seashells. It is found in the bones, muscles and nerves of many animals and plants. Calcium is abundant.
Its has a slightly grayish appearance when it is first cut. Then the air tarnishes it to show a duller finish. Reacts with water.
Its compounds are used to make plaster, and metallurgic and electronic materials. http://www.yout ube.com/watch ?v=HSV3jOccyY s
By: Heba Abu-kwaik 7th Grade Science Class
By: Tanner A silvery-white structure Is Semi-metallic Has a melting point of C Has a boiling point of 988 C.
P OTASSIUM By Katherine
By Priscilla Pale yellow or greenish gas Non-metal Not a conductor Corrosive Melting Pt: -220 C Boiling Pt: -188.
Alkaline earth metals. Alkaline earth metals (cont.)
The periodic table. Calcium Atomic number: 20 Atomic number Atomic weight: Atomic weight Melting Point: 839 C Boiling Point: 1484 C Electron Configuration:
Alkaline Earth Metals. Alkaline Earth Metal Elements.
NEON By: Haley
Calcium Renee Y. Becker CHM 1025 July 6, Elemental symbol: Ca State: Soft, gray metal Atomic number: 20 – Number electrons – Number protons Atomic.
Bluish white color Solid Hardness 1.5 Metal Conductivity 35 W m -1 K -1.
By: Reid Zirconium is a metal. It is a silvery gray color. It is a solid. It is slightly magnetic.
By: Ashley Fuentes. Humphry Davy was the first to discover the calcium element. He was the first English chemist and inventor. The calcium element.
By: Justin nl.gov/default.htm.
By Rachel WebElements Periodic Table of the Elements.
The Periodic table. Periodic Table Elements are classified by their weight and how they react.
By: Morgan ZINC / Physical Properties Color: bluish-white Lustrous metal Conductor of electricity Thermal conductivity Solid.
By: Carson Silver and White Soft Solid Metal It has some thermal and electrical conductivity.
Alkaline Earth Metals By Hannah Morris, Laura Way, and Christine Coy.
Color is unknown, but it’s believed to be silvery grey in appearance Rare earth metal No known uses Solid Very.
By: Jeremy C. Ashley. Element Name: Aluminum Atomic Symbol: Al Atomic Weight: Atomic Number: 13 Number of Protons: 13 Number of Electrons: 13 Number.
Calcium By Monirh Larkpor Element A white metallic element that burns with a brilliant light. It is the fifth most abundant element in the earth's.
By: Nikita Ravi. Calcium’s atomic number is 20. Calcium is represented by (Ca). The atomic weight is Calcium has 20 neutrons, 20 electrons, and.
Calcium, Silver, Neptunium By: Hannah Wills. Calcium atomic number- 20 atomic mass Protons-20Neutrons-20Electrons-20.
WebElements Periodic Table of the Elements WebElements Periodic Table of the Elements.
Figure 1, p. 76 Atoms and Minerals Building blocks for Rocks and the Earth.
Calcium Hydrogen Copper Nickel Chlorine Helium Oxygen Iron Iodine Arsenic.
Black Is a solid Has a hardness of 9.5 Metalloid Boils at 2550 Cº Melts at 2300 Cº.
Potassium Symbol: K Atomic Mass: 19 Atomic Number: Boiling Point: 1032 K Melting Point: Density: 0.89g-cm Most abundant physical state: Solid.
CCalcium is an silvery white element that goes along with Vitamin D which helps maintain healthy bones and teeth CCalcium also helps lower blood pressure,
Sulfur Atomic Number – 16 S Image Smells like rotten eggs and foul skunk odors (hydrogen sulfide) Found in pores of active volcanoes, gunpowder Also cause.
Alkaline Earth Metals Barium Wiley Valdez ABC# Atomic Number: 56 Chemical Symbol:Ba Color: Silvery White Name Origin: From the Greek word barys.
5.3 Representative Groups Why is hydrogen located on the left side of the periodic table with the active metals, even though it is a gas? Hydrogen’s location.
The first 20 on the Periodic Table.
By Aubrey BerningBy Aubrey Berning By Aubrey BerningBy Aubrey Berning Calcium 20 Ca 40.1 CalciumDa.
CHP 5.3 REPRESENTATIVE GROUPS PG Valence Electrons The “A” groups in the periodic table have numbers that match the number of valence electrons.
BY: LEXI Oxygen
com Steel-Gray, Lustrous, Hard Metal with a high polish High Melting Point, Solid Good conductor of Thermal and Electrical Energy.
Sodium By vincent cooper And deion-trez ellis. facts Sodium symbol is :Na the atomic number of it is:11 the atomic is: The founder of sodium is.
By: Adam Physical Properties color- silverish Classification-metal very hard Is conductive state-solid.
Elements Hydrogen Number of: Protons 1 Neutrons 0 Electrons 1 Boiling point -252 Freezing point -259 State at room temperature gas.
F AMILIES OF E LEMENTS By Mary Katherine Paulone.
By Joey. It’s a white transparent solid. There are several forms of phosphorus, called red, white, and black. Phosphorus can be found in the environment.
SODIUM BY: JACOB KEGG. PERIODIC TABLE INFORMATION Atomic Number: 11 Atomic Mass: Period Number: 3 Group Number: 1 Atomic Symbol: Na.
SILVER! by: Madison Physical Properties The color is silver It’s a solid metal It conducts thermal energy very well.
By: Zach ents.com/helium/ ents.com/helium/
Sodium By: Shakiyah Woods. A Little something something! Symbol – Na Atomic # - 11 Atomic Mass amu.
A LKALINE E ARTH M ETALS Group 2 By- Nicole Ferruggio, Melanie Kirk, Catherine Norbury, and Michael O’Connor.
scandium By Rachel facts It resembles titanium and aluminum. The color is silvery white solid Magnetic.
Calcium Name: Calcium (Ca) Cost: $20 per 100g Atomic Number: 20 Atomic Mass: Calcium’s good for teeth and bones, The opposite of chewing stones.
Families on the Periodic Table Elements on the periodic table can be grouped into families bases on their chemical properties. Each family has a specific.
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