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The Periodic Table of the Elements and Atoms
Transcript of The Periodic Table of the Elements and Atoms
Protons, Neutrons, and Electrons
The Periodic Table of The Elements
Metals, Nonmetals, and Metalliods
Metals are shiny and conduct electricity.
Nonmetals are dull and do not conduct electricity
Metalliods are slightly shiny and conduct a little electricity.
Metals are found on the left side of the PTE.
Nonmetals are found on the left side of the PTE.
Metaliods are found in between the two.
The PTE was invented by a man named Dmitri Mendeleev. He was a Russian chemist and inventor. He invented the periodic table's periods and groups which is how you read it.
J.J Thompson discovered the electrons.
Ernest Rutherford discovered the proton.
James Chawick discovered the Neutron
Protons are positively charged, Neutrons
have no charge and Electrons have a
negative charge. Protons and Neutrons are about the same size but Electrons are smaller.
Protons and Neutrons sit in the
Nucleus while the Electrons zoom
around in orbits or shells.
The Periodic Table of The Elements(PTE) categorizes elements by their atomic mass. The standard PTE has 118 elements from Hydrogen to Ununocticium.
Who made the
Who discovered the Proton, Neutron and the Electron.