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WHO AM I?. Non-metal, halogen family, atomic mass 35  Chlorine 25 electrons, transition element  Manganese Gas, 48 neutrons  Krypton.

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1 WHO AM I?

2 Non-metal, halogen family, atomic mass 35  Chlorine 25 electrons, transition element  Manganese Gas, 48 neutrons  Krypton

3 Period 2, atomic mass 11  Boron Nonmetallic, period 3, atomic mass 32  Sulfur 26 protons, period 4, transition element  Iron

4 12 neutrons, metallic, 11 electrons  Sodium 29 electrons, period 4  Copper Atomic mass 20, gas  Neon

5 Period 5, transition element, 51 neutrons  Zirconium 80 electrons, transition element  Mercury Period 4, lowest mass on periodic tables  Potassium

6 Metallic, period 4, 20 electrons  Calcium Period 6, gas, 86 proton  Radon 4 neutrons, metallic  Lithium

7 Period 4, metallic, 27 electrons  Cobalt Metallic, period 6, 56 protons  Barium Gas, atomic mass 16, 8 neutrons  Oxygen

8 Mass less than 30, not neon, noble gas  Helium Period 5, metallic, 38 electrons  Strontium

9 ELEMENT-ARY FACTS

10 Vertical columns in the period table Families Elements in families have similar _________ Properties

11 Family of “salt-producing” elements like the non-metal in table salt Halogens Family in Group 18 on periodic table Noble Gas

12 Horizontal rows on the periodic table Periods Each elements in a period is in a ______ group Different

13 Elements on the left side of the periodic table Metals Elements on the ride side of the periodic table Non-metals

14 Elements in Groups 3-12 on the periodic table Transitions Most widely used metal Iron

15 Only liquid metal at room temperature Mercury Most abundant element in Earth’s crust Aluminum

16 Odorless, tasteless, colorless gas; lightest of all elements Hydrogen Second most abundant element in Earth’s crust; found in glass and sand Silicon

17 Gas element safe to use in balloons to make them float Helium Element contained in 80% of known compounds Carbon


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