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1 Trends in the Periodic Table Trend – (n). A general inclination or tendency. example: The trend for weather in the summer in North Carolina is hot and humid.

2 LANTHANIDES ACTINIDES TRANSITION METALS ALKALI METALS ALKALINE EARTH METALS CARBON FAMILY NITROGEN FAMILY OXYGEN FAMILY HALOGEN FAMILY NOBLE GASES BORON FAMILY

3 Hydrogen PROPERTIES: 1 nonmetal 1 electron in outer shell Reactive

4 ALKALI METALS PROPERTIES: All metals 1 electron in outer shell Very reactive; most reactive metals GROUP 1

5 ALKALINE EARTH METALS (AEM) PROPERTIES: All metals 2 electrons in outer shell Very reactive; 2nd most reactive group of metals GROUP 2

6 TRANSITION METALS PROPERTIES: Contains all metals 1 or 2 electrons in outer shell Reactive,3 rd most reactive group of metals GROUP 3 – 12

7 TRANSITION METALS 3 – 12

8 LANTHANIDES a group of metals PROPERTIES: Reactive metals WITHIN PERIOD 6

9 LANTHANIDES 6

10 ACTINIDES a group of metals PROPERTIES: Very unstable nuclei, radioactive Most are not found in nature WITHIN PERIOD 7

11 ACTINIDES 7

12 BORON FAMILY GROUP 13 PROPERTIES: 1 metalloid, 4 metals 3 electrons in outer shell Reactive

13 CARBON FAMILY PROPERTIES: 1 nonmetal, 2 metalloids, 2 metals 4 electrons in outer level Reactivity varies among the elements GROUP 14

14 NITROGEN FAMILY PROPERTIES: 2 nonmetals, 2 metalloids, 1 metal 5 electrons in outer level Reactivity varies among the elements GROUP 15

15 OXYGEN FAMILY PROPERTIES: 3 nonmetals, 1 metalloid, 1 metal 6 electrons in outer level Reactivity varies among the elements GROUP 16

16 HALOGEN FAMILY PROPERTIES : All nonmetals 7 electrons in outer level Very reactive GROUP 17

17 NOBLE GASES PROPERTIES: All nonmetals 8 electrons in outer level (except Helium which has 2) Unreactive GROUP 18

18 The Groups you need to know: 1.Hydrogen 2.Alkali Metals 3.Alkaline Earth Metals 4.Transition Metals 5.Lanthanides 6.Actinides 7.Boron Family 8.Carbon Family 9.Nitrogen Family 10.Oxygen Family 11.Halogen Family 12.Noble Gases


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