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Arranged in order of increasing atomic number
Good conductors of heat and electric current High luster or sheen (shiny) Solids at room temperature (except for Hg) Ductile Malleable MORE REACTIVE ON LEFT
Variation in properties Not metals Mostly gases at room temperature Generally, poor conductors Solids tend to be brittle
Properties similar to metals and nonmetals Behavior (metal or nonmetal) depends on conditions
When arranged in order of increasing atomic #, elements show similar properties within groups (this has to do with their electron configurations). Group = column Period = row
Most reactive metals: 1 VALENCE ELECTRON Alkali Metals
Less reactive than Group 1A metals: 2 valence electrons Alkaline Earth Metals
Most reactive nonmetals: 7 valence electrons Halogens
“Inert Gases:” 8 valence electrons (except for He – 2) Rarely react because highest energy level is FULL. Noble Gases
Transition metals transition metals
An Introduction to the Periodic Table Using the Periodic Table An Introduction to the Elements.
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3 Main Periodic Areas: Metals, nonmetals, and metalloids Vertical columns are groups/families, horizontal rosws are periods.
The Periodic Table. is a chart that organizes all the elements in a way that shows patterns – both similarities and differences among the elements. Elements.
Periodic Trends. Periodic Table of the Elements What does the staircase line separate?
The Periodic Table 8.5C: Interpret the arrangement of the Periodic Table, including groups and periods to explain how properties are used to classify elements.
Periodic Table Properties. Metals Color: Silvery-gray (except gold and copper) States of Matter: Solids at room temp. (except Cs, Fr, Ga, Hg – liquids)
1 This is Jeopardy The Periodic Table 2 Category No. 1 Category No. 2 Category No. 3 Category No. 4 Category No Final Jeopardy.
Modern Periodic Table 5.2. The Periodic Law 1. In the modern periodic table, elements are arranged by increasing atomic number (number of protons) 2.
The Periodic Table of Elements. Periodic Table of Elements.
Mendeleev Created the first version of the periodic table.
The Periodic Table Chapter 19. Properties of Metals Metals are found left of the stair-step line Metals are usually: Good conductors of heat and.
Periodic Properties SPS4b Use the Periodic Table to predict the above properties for the representative elements. SPS4a Determine the trends of the following:
PERIODIC TABLE ORGANIZATION How is the periodic table organized? What are the properties of each group?
Periodic Table Of Elements. Understand the organization of the periodic table. Identify properties of metals and non-metals KEY WORDS Periodic tableFamilyPeriod.
Ch 6 Notes. The Periodic Table - elements are arranged in groups based on properties Dmitri Mendeleev arranged the elements according to atomic mass and.
Unit 2 – Matter and Chemical Change. Topic 4 – Classifying Elements Elements are given symbols from Latin, planets, scientists, places They can be.
Periodic Table What we already know: Periodic Law: when Atoms arranged by increasing atomic number, patterns appear Rows = Periods Columns = Families or.
Focus:. All elements are grouped into 3 categories based on similar properties: 1. Metals 2. Nonmetals 3. Metalloids Lesson: Notes will go here!
The Periodic Table. History of the Periodic Table Solving the Periodic Puzzle Created by Dmitri Mendeleev in late 1800s Organized according to increasing.
The Periodic Table An Introduction. Johann Dobereiner 1829 Organized the elements into triads, or groups of three based on properties.
Periodic Table of the Elements. u These are called the inner transition elements and they belong here.
The Periodic Table Review. Organization Period- Rows –left to right Group or families- Top to bottom.
THE PERIODIC TABLE CHAPTER 5 REVIEW. Mendeleev arranged the known chemical elements in a table according to increasing mass. When Mendeleev organized.
Periodic Table. Why is it organized the way that it is? Individual atoms do not have physical and chemical properties that we could recognize in ways.
Adapted from Liz LaRosa Some images are from
Types of Elements 1.Metals 2.Non-Metals 3.Metalloids.
Some images are from Obtained and made by Mrs. LaRosa.
Atoms’ families Remember that columns are groups or families They have similar properties (e.g reactivity, density, etc.) because they have the same arrangement.
Metals Shiny Conduct electricity Magnetic React with acid to produce hydrogen gas. Malleable and ductile Located to the left of the “stair step line”
The Periodic Table And Properties of Elements. Periodic Table Periodic table: is an arrangement of the elements in order of their atomic numbers so that.
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.
Navigating the Periodic Table. SundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayFridaySaturday 123 Payday # Payday September.
The Structure of an Atom & The Periodic Table. “The Atom” I. Atom- The building blocks of matter. A. Atoms have three parts: 1. Protons (Positive Charge)
Objective 4.03 Objective 4.03: Explain how the Periodic Table is a model for: Classifying elements Identifying the properties of elements.
The Periodic Table. zMetals zNonmetals zMetalloids.
Periodicity Notes Pgs.. Dimitri Mendeleev produced the first useful and widely accepted periodic table Elements were arranged according to increasing.
Unit 2: Periodicity & the Periodic Table. I. History A.Dmitri Mendeleev – first person to organize elements based on atomic mass left gaps for elements.
Essential Question: How are the elements organized? THE PERIODIC TABLE.
The Periodic Table. Basics Each element on the Periodic Table has a unique atomic structure Each element has a symbol that is used as a shorthand way.
The Periodic Table Families. Why is it important to me? Useful because it allows you to determine properties of elements by their location on the table.
Periodic Table of the Elements A Chemist’s “Cheat Sheet”
Metals, Non-Metals, & Metalloids; Groups / Families.
Review – Periodic Table The modern periodic table is not arranged by increasing atomic mass, but rather increasing atomic number Periodic Law: States that.
VOCABULARY Periods Groups Metals Non-metals Metalloids.
The Periodic Table Foldable Notes. Alkali Metals Color the Alkali Metals Pink.
Families of Elements Section 3.3. Major Classifications Metals – Shiny solids – Easy to stretch and shape – Good conductors of heat and electricity.
Properties of Metals Found on the left side of the Periodic Table (except Hydrogen is not) Metals are good conductors of heat and electricity. shiny.
The Modern Periodic Table Early Periodic Table – Atomic Number In 1913 Henry Mosley discovered that each element contained a unique number of protons.
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