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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

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$100 Question from H1 This person is credited with creating the first periodic table.

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$100 Answer from H1 Dmitri Mendeleev

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$200 Question from H1 This person made a list of the known elements at his time.

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$200 Answer from H1 Antoine Lavoisier

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$300 Question from H1 This is how we order the periodic table today.

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$300 Answer from H1 Increasing atomic number

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$400 Question from H1 This is how Mendeleev arranged his Periodic Table.

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$400 Answer from H1 Increasing atomic mass

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$500 Question from H1 This is why Mendeleev left blanks on his periodic table.

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$500 Answer from H1 To represent elements that hadn’t yet been discovered.

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$100 Question from H2 This is the least reactive group.

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$100 Answer from H2 Noble Gases

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$200 Question from H2 These are the two most reactive groups

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$200 Answer from H2 Alkali metals and Halogens

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$300 Question from H2 This is the same for all of the elements in the same group.

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$300 Answer from H2 Number of valence electrons

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$400 Question from H2 This group of metals are slightly less reactive than alkali metals.

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$400 Answer from H2 Alkaline earth metals

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$500 Question from H2 This group has one electron in their outermost s orbital.

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$500 Answer from H2 Alkali Metals

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$100 Question from H3 This element has the smallest atomic radius.

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$100 Answer from H3 helium

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$200 Question from H3 Ionization energy is the energy needed to remove this.

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$200 Answer from H3 An electron

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$300 Question from H3 This is what happens to electronegativity when you move right in a period.

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$300 Answer from H3 It increases.

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$400 Question from H3 This is how ionization energy changes moving down a group.

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$400 Answer from H3 It decreases.

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$500 Question from H3 This period 3 nonmetal has the largest atomic radius.

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$500 Answer from H3 phosphorus

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$100 Question from H4 This divides the metals and nonmetals on the periodic table.

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$100 Answer from H4 Stair-step line

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$200 Question from H4 These are found next to the stair-step line.

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$200 Answer from H4 metalloids

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$300 Question from H4 These are found to the right of the stair-step line.

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$300 Answer from H4 nonmetals

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$400 Question from H4 These are good conductors of heat.

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$400 Answer from H4 metals

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$500 Question from H4 This element on the stair-step line isn’t a metalloid. It is a metal.

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$500 Answer from H4 aluminum

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$100 Question from H5 This is gained or lost when an atom becomes an ion.

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$100 Answer from H5 electrons

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$200 Question from H5 This is the reason atoms become ions.

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$200 Answer from H5 To obtain a full valence shell (8)

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$300 Question from H5 This is the term for a positive ion.

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$300 Answer from H5 cation

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$400 Question from H5 This is the term for a negative ion.

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$400 Answer from H5 anion

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$500 Question from H5 This is what happens to the size of an atom when it becomes a cation.

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$500 Answer from H5 It decreases.

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Final Jeopardy Provide the explanation for the group and period trends for atomic radius.

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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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