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Essential Question: How are the elements organized? THE PERIODIC TABLE
Dmitri MendeleyevAlkali Periodic TableAlkaline earth PeriodTransition Group/FamilyHalogens Noble gases Metals Nonmetals Metalloids VOCABULARY
Families of the Periodic Table CONCEPT
Russian chemist who first tried to classify elements based on their properties. His table was ordered by atomic MASS (which has been changed today). DMITRI MENDELEYEV
Chart that organizes information about the elements. Each box contains: Chemical symbol, Atomic Mass, and Atomic Number. Today is organized by Atomic NUMBER. PERIODIC TABLE
Horizontal Rows on the periodic table. Numbered 1-7. PERIOD
Also called: FAMILY Vertical columns on the periodic table. Elements in same group/family have similar properties. GROUP
Left of step-like line. Shiny luster. Malleable – made into thin sheets. Ductile – stretched into wires. Solid. Conduct heat & electricity. METALS
Group 1. Most reactive metals – combine with other elements. ALKALI METALS Sodium
Group 2. Also very reactive elements. ALKALINE EARTH METALS Magnesium
Groups 3-12. Give off characteristic colors. TRANSITION METALS Transition Metals
Along step-like line. Some characteristics of metals AND nonmetals. METALLOIDS Metalloids Silicon
Right of step-like line. Dull. Not conductors. Gases or solids. NONMETALS
Group 17. Most reactive nonmetals. Halogens + Alkali metals = Salts. HALOGENS
Group 18. Least reactive. Inert – do not react naturally. NOBLE GASES
The Periodic Table.
The History and Arrangement of the Periodic Table
Aim: How are Elements Organized in the Periodic Table? DO Now: 1. How would you organize these buttons? 2. How do you think elements are organized in the.
Periodic Table of the Elements. u These are called the inner transition elements and they belong here.
PERIODIC TABLE ORGANIZATION AND TRENDS. INTRODUCTION In 1869 a Russian scientist named Dmitri Mendeleyev constructed 1 st periodic table. He organized.
Periodic Table Families
Reading the Periodic Table. A way of organizing & classifying elements Arranged in rows and columns.
The Periodic Table of Elements
The Periodic Table Families. Why is it important to me? Useful because it allows you to determine properties of elements by their location on the table.
Periodic Table Review. How did Mendeleev Arrange the elements?
“The Periodic Table”.
Physical and Chemical Properties Vocabulary of Instruction:
The periodic table.
Objective 4.03 Objective 4.03: Explain how the Periodic Table is a model for: • Classifying elements • Identifying the properties of elements.
Periodic Table of Elements (Organization)
The Periodic Table Father of the Periodic Table In the early 1800s several scientists tried to organize the elements In 1869 Dmitri Mendeleev was able.
Periodic Table of the Elements
CHAPTER 1: MATTER AND CHANGE Chemistry. Notes Pages 5-6 ELEMENTS.
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