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Jeopardy PT HistoryGroupsTrends Metals/ Nonmetals Ions Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from H1 This person is credited with creating the first periodic table.
$100 Answer from H1 Dmitri Mendeleev
$200 Question from H1 This person made a list of the known elements at his time.
$200 Answer from H1 Antoine Lavoisier
$300 Question from H1 This is how we order the periodic table today.
$300 Answer from H1 Increasing atomic number
$400 Question from H1 This is how Mendeleev arranged his Periodic Table.
$400 Answer from H1 Increasing atomic mass
$500 Question from H1 This is why Mendeleev left blanks on his periodic table.
$500 Answer from H1 To represent elements that hadn’t yet been discovered.
$100 Question from H2 This is the least reactive group.
$100 Answer from H2 Noble Gases
$200 Question from H2 These are the two most reactive groups
$200 Answer from H2 Alkali metals and Halogens
$300 Question from H2 This is the same for all of the elements in the same group.
$300 Answer from H2 Number of valence electrons
$400 Question from H2 This group of metals are slightly less reactive than alkali metals.
$400 Answer from H2 Alkaline earth metals
$500 Question from H2 This group has one electron in their outermost s orbital.
$500 Answer from H2 Alkali Metals
$100 Question from H3 This element has the smallest atomic radius.
$100 Answer from H3 helium
$200 Question from H3 Ionization energy is the energy needed to remove this.
$200 Answer from H3 An electron
$300 Question from H3 This is what happens to electronegativity when you move right in a period.
$300 Answer from H3 It increases.
$400 Question from H3 This is how ionization energy changes moving down a group.
$400 Answer from H3 It decreases.
$500 Question from H3 This period 3 nonmetal has the largest atomic radius.
$500 Answer from H3 phosphorus
$100 Question from H4 This divides the metals and nonmetals on the periodic table.
$100 Answer from H4 Stair-step line
$200 Question from H4 These are found next to the stair-step line.
$200 Answer from H4 metalloids
$300 Question from H4 These are found to the right of the stair-step line.
$300 Answer from H4 nonmetals
$400 Question from H4 These are good conductors of heat.
$400 Answer from H4 metals
$500 Question from H4 This element on the stair-step line isn’t a metalloid. It is a metal.
$500 Answer from H4 aluminum
$100 Question from H5 This is gained or lost when an atom becomes an ion.
$100 Answer from H5 electrons
$200 Question from H5 This is the reason atoms become ions.
$200 Answer from H5 To obtain a full valence shell (8)
$300 Question from H5 This is the term for a positive ion.
$300 Answer from H5 cation
$400 Question from H5 This is the term for a negative ion.
$400 Answer from H5 anion
$500 Question from H5 This is what happens to the size of an atom when it becomes a cation.
$500 Answer from H5 It decreases.
Final Jeopardy Provide the explanation for the group and period trends for atomic radius.
Final Jeopardy Answer They increase down a group because each row adds an electron shell. They decrease in a period because Each proton draws electrons closer.
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Trends in the periodic table: Ionization Energy Atomic Radius Electron Affinity Electronegativity.
Arranged in order of increasing atomic number Metals MetalloidsNonmetals.
The Periodic Table J. McLeod H. Chemistry. Essential Question How is the periodic table arranged?
Periodic Table of Elements. Mendeleev In 1869, Dmitri Ivanovitch Mendeléev created the first accepted version of the periodic table. He grouped elements.
A. Atomic Mass The average atomic mass is the number at the bottom of each square The average atomic mass is the number at the bottom of each square Found.
Notes: Periodic Table Organization. A ____________ is a horizontal row in the periodic table. A ____________ is a horizontal row in the periodic table.
Electronegativity A measure of the ability of an atom that is bonded to another atom to attract electrons to itself. Trend: –Increases from left to right.
Science AHSGE II-3 The Periodic Table. Element- Any substance that can not be broken down into simpler forms Listed in squares w/basic items: Atomic number-
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