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Element Book Construction
Step #1 Check to make sure you have complete notes for all of the elements. You should have one sheet for every element that was presented including your own.
Step #2 Make sure that all of the element note sheets are filled out completely. You will have ~30minutes to fill in any gaps by collaborating with your class mates.
Step #3 Put your element in order from smallest to largest atomic number.
Step #4 Make a cover sheet for your element book. Make sure the cover has: A title Your name The period you are in
Step #5 Turn in completed book for scoring.
Required Elements – Period 0 Period 0 should have 31 note sheets including: Silver, aluminum, oxygen, titanium, potassium, neon, hydrogen, calcium, helium, lithium, chlorine, nitrogen, iron, sodium, sulfur, gold, mercury, magnesium, lead, copper, silicon, beryllium, carbon, nickel, boron, platinum, tin, xenon, zinc, chromium, and phosphorous.
Required Elements - Period 2 Period 2 should have 35 note sheets including: Oxygen, mercury, neon, calcium, helium, silver, nitrogen, chlorine, lithium, fluorine, lead, aluminum, copper, iron, hydrogen, gold, sodium, zinc, carbon, boron, silicon, beryllium, sulfur, krypton, nickel, potassium, uranium, titanium, argon, platinum, magnesium, xenon, cadnium, germanium, and tungsten.
Required Elements – Period 3 Period 3 should have 28 note sheets including: Neon, lithium, oxygen, antimony, hydrogen, silver, iron, nitrogen, potassium, manganese, sodium, zinc, helium, gold, copper, nickel, krypton, platinum, aluminum, lead, mercury, palladium, chlorine, carbon, cobalt, scandium, silicon, and fluorine.
Required Elements – Period 4 Period 4 should have 29 note sheets including: Nitrogen, oxygen, lithium, chlorine, carbon, gold, hydrogen, neon, helium, mercury, aluminum, titanium, silver, platinum, copper, calcium, uranium, gallium, fluorine, potassium, zinc, tin, iron, sulfur, nickel, krypton, sodium, silicon, and magnesium.
Required Elements – Period 5 Period 5 should have 33 note sheets including: Lithium, oxygen, helium, carbon, mercury, uranium, neon, titanium, iron, calcium, boron, silver, hydrogen, gold, nitrogen, platinum, copper, xenon, chlorine, krypton, sodium, arsenic, sulfur, nickel, aluminum, francium, magnesium, zinc, argon, chromium, tin, lead, and fluorine.
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