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Element Family Jeopardy Alkali Metals Alkaline Earth Metals ChalcogensHalogensNoble Gases $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000
Alkali Metals $200 The alkali metals family is located in this A column in the periodic table. Answer
Alkali Metals $200 Home What is Column IA?
Alkali Metals $400 The alkali metals family has this many valence electrons. Answer
Alkali Metals $400 Home What is one?
Alkali Metals $600 I am this lightest element in the alkali metals family. Answer
Alkali Metals $600 Home What is lithium?
Alkali Metals $800 I am this heaviest of elements in the alkali metals family. Answer
Alkali Metals $800 Home What is francium?
Alkali Metals $1000 This generic compound of the form M X O is formed when someone from our family bonds with oxygen. Answer
Alkali Metals $1000 Home What is M 2 O?
Alkaline Earth Metals $200 The alkaline earth metals family is located in this A column in the periodic table. Answer
Alkaline Earth Metals $200 Home What is Column IIA?
Alkaline Earth Metals $400 The alkaline earth metals family has this many valence electrons. Answer
Alkaline Earth Metals $400 Home What is two?
Alkaline Earth Metals $600 I am this lightest element in the alkaline earth metals family. Answer
Alkaline Earth Metals $600 Home What is beryllium?
Alkaline Earth Metals $800 I am this heaviest of elements in the alkaline earth metals family. Answer
Alkaline Earth Metals $800 Home What is radium?
Alkaline Earth Metals $1000 This many atoms of an element in the alkaline earth metal family generally join with one oxygen atom to form a compound. Answer
Alkaline Earth Metals $1000 Home What is one?
Chalcogens $200 The chalcogen family is located in this A column in the periodic table. Answer
Chalcogens $200 Home What is Column VIA?
Chalcogens $400 The chalcogen family has this many valence electrons. Answer
Chalcogens $400 Home What is six?
Chalcogens $600 I am this lightest element in the chalcogen family. Answer
Chalcogens $600 Home What is oxygen?
Chalcogens $800 I am this heaviest of nonmetal elements in the chalcogen family. Answer
Chalcogens $800 Home What is selenium?
Chalcogens $1000 Elements in the chalcogen family generally have this oxidation number when acting as the anion in a compound. Answer
Chalcogens $1000 Home What is negative two?
Halogens $200 The halogen family is located in this A column in the periodic table. Answer
Halogens $200 Home What is Column VIIA?
Halogens $400 The halogen family has this many valence electrons. Answer
Halogens $400 Home What is seven?
Halogens $600 I am this lightest element in the halogen family. Answer
Halogens $600 Home What is fluorine?
Halogens $800 I am this heaviest of nonmetal elements in the halogen family. Answer
Halogens $800 Home What is iodine?
Halogens $1000 Members of this family are very reactive and like to form anions with what oxidation state. Answer
Halogens $1000 Home What is negative one?
Noble Gases $200 The noble gas family is located in this A column in the periodic table. Answer
Noble Gases $200 Home What is Column VIIIA?
Noble Gases $400 The noble gas family has this type of valence shell electron configuration. Answer
Noble Gases $400 Home What is full?
Noble Gases $600 I am this lightest element in the noble gases. Answer
Noble Gases $600 Home What is helium?
Noble Gases $800 I am this heaviest of elements in the noble gas family. Answer
Noble Gases $800 Home What is radon?
Noble Gases $1000 Elements in the noble gas family generally exist in nature in this form. Answer
Noble Gases $1000 Home What is elemental?
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The great 8. Alkali metals Family members Lithium, sodium, potassium, rubidium, cesium, and francium.Facts 1.They have 6 family members. 2.They’re in.
Periodic Table Terms Element Forms ATOM is a neutral element like Ca or Cl An ION is a charged element like Ca +2 or Cl -1 An atom is the isolated form.
Families on the Periodic Table Elements on the periodic table can be grouped into families bases on their chemical properties.
Periodic Table of Elements. Atomic Number Symbol Atomic Mass.
Chemistry Jeopardy Trends Families Periodic Table Config- uration Elements Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final.
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Unit 3 Periodic Table and Valence electrons. Valence electrons Valence electrons are electrons located in the outermost energy level. Valence electrons.
Identify properties of groups on periodic table. Use textbook pgs to answer the following: Who made the first periodic table? How did he order the.
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Families of Elements Section 3.3. Major Classifications Metals – Shiny solids – Easy to stretch and shape – Good conductors of heat and electricity.
Periods Periodic trends are established as you go across a row. What happens to the elements as you go across the row?
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