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Other Elements of Interest Beyond the first twenty elements of the periodic table there are many others that are particularly interesting.
Today's Starter Quote Don’t go around saying the world owes you a living. The world owes you nothing. It was here first. – Mark Twain
Iron Symbol 59 26 Fe Origin : latin, Ferrum Uses: Major component of steel
Nickel Symbol: 59 28 Ni Number of protons or electrons: 28 Uses: Nickels (but it's actually mostly iron now), heating coils and Ni-Cd batteries
Symbol: 64 29 Cu Number of neutrons: 35 Uses: Pennies (though less than 5%), wiring, drain cleaner and piping for water Copper
Zinc Symbol: 65 30 Zn 35 Neutrons Uses: inside of pennies, plating for screws and nails (galvanized)
Bromine Symbol: 80 35 Br Atomic Number: 35 Uses: one of two elements that is a liquid; salts are used in hot tubs
Silver Symbol: 108 47 Ag Origin: Argentum (money) Uses: Jewelry, currency/coins, anti-microbial cloths
Iodine Symbol: 127 53 I Atomic Mass: 127 amu Uses: formerly a disinfectant, prevents goiter
Gold Symbol: 197 79 Au Origin: Aurum (latin) Uses: currency, jewelry, plating for very expensive wiring
Mercury Symbol: 201 80 Hg Origin: Latin (hydrogyrum – shiny water) Uses: liquid, old thermometers, old thermostats, lights, batteries
Lead Symbol: 207 82 Pb Origin: latin (plumbum) Uses: very old piping, but it's toxic to humans (lead poisoning)
Uranium Symbol: 238 92 U Uses: Fuel rods for nuclear power production, weaponry, insulating for old telephone wiring
Who was Democritus? What did he do? WARM UP Read p
Give the symbol for each element listed below. 1.Silicon 2.Uranium 3.Carbon 4.Magnesium 5.Sodium 6.Calcium 7.Hydrogen 8.Sulfur 9.Lead 10.Helium 11.Mercury.
Bromine Calcium Carbon Chlorine Cobalt Copper Gold Hydrogen Iodine Iron Lead Nitrogen Nickel Mercury Magnesium Aluminum Oxygen Phosphorus Silver Sodium.
Elements Pg Elements Element: is a group of atoms that have the same number of protons The number of protons is something unique and therefore.
5.2 The Structure of the Atom. The Atom The atom is made up of three subatomic particles: Protons (p + ) Electrons (e - ) Neutrons (n o )
Atoms and Elements. Atoms Atoms are the “building blocks” of all matter and are the simplest form of molecule. They are all made up of protons, neutrons.
Atomic properties Atomic number, atomic symbol, mass number, isotopes.
Properties of Atoms & the Periodic Table I. Structure of the Atom + -an _____ is the ________ ____ of an _______, and is made up of its _______, which.
1. Atoms Elements Compounds 2. The structure of an Atom 3. Symbols for elements 4 Elements of the periodic table Chemistry Elements Chemistry Elements.
Practice Quiz 1.Aluminum _____ 2.Zinc_____ 3.Bromine_____ 4.Sodium_____ 5.Flourine_____ 6.Gold_____ 7.Copper_____ 8.Nickel _____ 9. Ca __________ 10. C__________.
PRACTIC E THE ELEMENT S IN GROUPS Na Fe Pb Zn Sn K.
MATTER. What is Matter? Must have mass Must have mass Occupies space (has volume) Occupies space (has volume)
08/09/2015 Starter - Elements and symbols that you should know: Part 1 – The obvious ones: 1)Hydrogen 2)Helium 3)Lithium 4)Beryllium 5)Boron 6)Carbon 7)Nitrogen.
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Elements and Symbols Practice. PART I (SLIDES WITH BLUE BACKGROUNDS) Directions: Name the Symbol for each listed element.
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Unit 2 Review - Section 1 Atomic Structure and Mass.
Element Symbol Practice. Carbon C Potassium K Beryllium Be.
Periodic The Table REVIE W. Periodic Table Review Write the missing information (?) for each number.
Structure of the Atom: The Developing Story SNC1D/E.
O Oxygen: a colorless odorless gas that supports combustion and sustains life.
Concept:. Periodic table Group/family period Metalloid Metal Transition element Non-metal.
CHEMISTRYCHEMISTRY Maybe I should be wearing goggles.
Antimony Sb Silver/gray metalloid Solid Used in alloys to increase hardness Used in some semiconductors (microchips)
Chapter 19 – Properties of Atoms and the Periodic table 19.1 – Structure of the Atom Guided Notes Page.
Structure of the Atom Sections Review Elements are made up of only one type of atom. All elements are listed on the Periodic Table. Each element.
PRACTICE THE ELEMENT S IN GROUPS Na Fe Pb Zn Sn K.
Reactivity SeriesReactivity Series Potassium Sodium Lithium Calcium Magnesium Aluminum Zinc Iron Tin Lead Copper Silver Gold Platinum Most Reactive Least.
Metals. What are some properties of metals? Good conductors of heat and electricity Luster Malleable Ductile High Density.
The identity of the atom is determined by the # of protons in the nucleus. One can change one kind of atom into another by changing the number of protons.
Periodic Table of the Elements Written by: Bill Byles -
Abundance of the Elements UNIVERSE by atom Abundance of the Elements ATMOSPHERE 78% N 2 and 21% O 2 CRUST OCEAN ATMOSPHERE by mass.
6 Carbon Atomic Number C Protons Electrons.
NAMING ELEMENTS The chemical symbol and the name of the elements must be known before starting any discussion in chemistry. There is a correlation between.
Electronegativity + – 0 0 HClHH The basic units: ionic vs. covalent Ionic compounds form repeating units. Covalent compounds form distinct molecules.
The Great 28 Elements Notes By Miss Cole. Hydrogen Most abundant element in the universe Colorless, highly flammable gas Hindenburg disaster (1937)
Chemistry: THE STUDY OF MATTER. So what is matter? So what is matter?
History of the Periodic Table Each group will be given some cards. Can your group figure out what card is missing? What is it (number and suit)?
Chapter 3Atoms and Elements Classification of Matter Copyright © 2009 by Pearson Education, Inc.
Transition Metals part 3 Groups Co Cobalt Blue glass Co-60: cancer treatment, sterilization, and irradiation Vitamin B-12: Cobalamin(e) AlNiCo magnets:
Are you ready for today’s Quiz?? 3 minutes to prepare and do some last minute studying!! You do not need a piece of paper for this one, I’ll provide it.
ATOMIC STRUCTURE. ATOMIC MASS UNIT (a.m.u.) A system of mass measurement used for extremely tiny particles (such as the parts of an atom) 1 a.m.u. = 1.66.
What is the chemical symbol of Hydrogen? H. What is the chemical symbol of Carbon? C.
Atomic number: 47 Atomic mass: Standard state: solid Boiling point: k (4013.6F) Melting point: k ( F)
Copper, Silver, Gold Zinc, Cadmium, and Mercury By: Collin Litts, Joe Lucas, and Nick Brown.
Clothes, rain, CDs, food air, soil, gasoline, paper. Can you guess what all these things have in common? They are all examples of “stuff.” “Stuff” is.
Periodic table bingo Which metal is liquid at room temperature and used in thermometers? Mercury (Hg)
1.There are billions of materials in our universe. 2.Those materials are made up from about 112 elements only. Atoms, Elements and the Periodic Table.
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