Periodic Properties Review
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alkali metals
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alkaline earth metals
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anion
A.
B.
C.
D.
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atomic radius
E.
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cation
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electronegativity
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group
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halogens
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inner transition metal
_____ 10. ion
_____ 11. ionization energy
_____ 12. metalloids
_____ 13. noble gas
_____ 14. nonmetals
_____ 15. periods
_____ 16. representative element
_____ 17. transition metal
F.
G.
H.
I.
J.
K.
L.
M.
N.
O.
P.
Q.
R.
Name ____________________________________
good conductors of heat and electric current
a vertical column of elements in the periodic table
an atom or group of atoms that has a positive or negative charge
the ability of an atom of an element to attract electrons when the
atom is in a compound
an element whose highest occupied s sublevel and a nearby f sublevel
generally contain electrons
an element whose highest occupied s or p sublevels are partially
filled
an element whose highest occupied s sublevel and a nearby d
sublevel contain electrons
a negatively charged ion
a positively charged ion
Group 1A elements
Group 2A elements
half the distance between the nuclei of two atoms of the same
element when the atoms are joined
the horizontal rows of the periodic table metals
have properties that are similar to those of metals and nonmetals
nonmetals of Group 7A
an element in which the highest occupied s and p sublevels are filled
poor conductors of heat and electric current
the energy required to remove an electron from an atom in its gaseous
state
_____ 17a. Metals
18. a. How many protons does an atom of Chlorine have?
18a. __________________________
b. In which group is chlorine found?
b. ___________________________
c. What is the name of its chemical family?
c. ___________________________
d. Is it a metal, a nonmetal, or a metalloid?
d. ___________________________
e. Is its atomic radius larger or smaller than iodine's?
e. ___________________________
f. Is its atomic radius larger or smaller than phosphorus’?
f. ___________________________
g. Is its ionization energy higher or lower than fluorine?
g. ___________________________
h. Is its electronegativity higher or lower than aluminum?
h. ___________________________
19. a. How many protons does an atom of Calcium have?
19a. __________________________
b. In which group is calcium found'?
b. ___________________________
c. What is the name of its chemical family?
c. ___________________________
d. Is it a metal, a nonmetal, or a metalloid?
d. ___________________________
e. Is its atomic radius larger or smaller than strontium's?
e. ___________________________
f. Is its atomic radius larger or smaller than gallium?
f. ___________________________
g. Is its ionization energy higher or lower than chlorine?
g. ___________________________
h. Is its electronegativity higher or lower than barium?
h. ___________________________
20. a. How many protons does an atom of sodium have?
20 a. _________________________
b. In which group is sodium found?
b. ___________________________
c. What is the name of its chemical family?
c. ___________________________
d. Is it a metal, a nonmetal, or a metalloid?
d. ___________________________
e. How does its atomic radius compare to lithium's?
e. ___________________________
f. Is its ion bigger or smaller than its atom?
f. ___________________________
g. Is its ionization energy higher or lower than nitrogen?
g. ___________________________
h. Is its electronegativity higher or lower than sulfur?
h. ___________________________
21. List the elements of Group 5A. Tell whether each is a metal, nonmetal, or metalloid.
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22. Name two elements that have similar properties to those of chlorine.
23. For the following pairs of atoms, tell which one of each pair has the largest atomic radius and why.
a. Ga, In
b. Ca, Sr
c. K, Ga
24. Indicate which element of the following pairs is the most electronegative and why.
a. rubidium, tin
b. sulfur, oxygen
c. chlorine, bromine
25. What is the periodic trend in atomic size and what is the reason for this trend?
26. What is the group trend in ionization energy and what is the reason for this trend?
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