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The Periodic Table

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Erin Stern

on 14 September 2017

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Transcript of The Periodic Table

Table Set Up

Periodic Table
is a
system of organizing all of the known elements.
Currently, there are 118 elements on the table. The first 92 elements occur in nature and 93-118 are man-made.

is a substance that is made entirely from
the same
type of atom.
All of the matter in the universe is made up of
different combinations of these elements

Dmitri Mendeleev was the first creator of the modern periodic table. He was a Russian scientist who organized 55 elements according to atomic mass (later changed).

•There are several general classes of elements that appear on the periodic table:
Metals, Nonmetals, and Metalloids.

•Metals are on the
of the zig-zag line. Nonmetals are to the
of the zig-zag line.

have properties of both
metals and nonmetals.
They occur along the
line in the Periodic Table .

most reactive
elements are on the far left. These are the
Alkali Metals

Periodic Table
The Periodic Table
Table Set Up
Each element on the periodic table is represented by a symbol. This symbol may be 1,2 or 3 letters.
Carbon =C Neon =Ne
Elements of the periodic table are arranged in vertical groups.
These groups are based on
the characteristics of these elements

least reactive
elements are the
that appear on the far right side of the table. These are the
Noble Gases
. They do not
to form many compounds (shown here in orange).

•Other properties, such as
melting and boiling points
, are also used to arrange the elements on the Periodic Table.

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