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Periodic Table

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Transcript of Periodic Table

Periodic Table of
Metals
Nonmetals
Metals
Metalloids
Nonmetals
How many types?
Increasing atomic mass
Who?
Mendeleev
And Found a repeating pattern called...?
Density
Appearance
melting point
And arranged them by?
Played?
"Chemical Solitare"
He was looking at?
"Periodic"
meaning?
"happening at regular intervals"
Not perfect, so, now what?
H. G. J. Mosley Thought about...
Elements in order of?
Atomic Number
BINGO!
They fit!
Shiny
Ductile
Malleable
Reactive
Most Solids at Room temperature except?
Also Good Conductors of ?
Electric Current
Thermal Energy
Metalloids
On right of Periodic Table
Mercury
A liquid
At Room Temp:
Most are gases
Some are solids
Except Bromine
A Liquid
Gold
Silver
Calcium
Sodium
Tin
Lead
Can have characteristics of both
________ and _______.
Brittle or malleable
shiny or dull
may or may not conduct electric current
May or may not conduct thermal energy
7 Periods
18 groups
Period: a Horizonal row
Group: A Vertical Column
Every box on the Periodic table contains ...
Element Name
Element Symbol
Atomic Number
Average Atomic Mass
Elements
On Zig Zag Line
silicon
arsenic
antimony
Carbon
Nitrogen
Helium
Neon
3
They are?
Have what physical and chemical characteristics?
Located where?
Examples are:
On the left side of the Periodic Table
Are located where?
Have what physical and chemical characteristics?
Brittle
Poor conductors
Examples are?
Located Where?
Examples are:
www.ndt-ed.org/.../Introduction/metals.htm
snsvo1.seekandsource.com/standardwire/
www.recipetips.com/.../aluminum-foil.asp
www.3rd1000.com/elements/Carbon.htm
Periodictable.com
Thanks to:
www.physics.umd.edu/.../HTMPages/whoswho.htm
http://wahooart.com/A55A04/w.nsf/OPRA/BRUE-5ZKCSB
http://science.howstuffworks.com/periodic-table2.htm
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