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Lesson 17.3
Organization of the
periodic table
Organization of the periodic table
• Describe atomic
radius and how it
is arranged on the
periodic table
• Explore the
characteristics of
common members
of the major
groups on the
periodic table
• Recognize the
three types of
chemical bonds
STEM
STEM
17.3
402 -406
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Organization of the periodic table
• Describe
atomic radius
and how it is
arranged on the
periodic table
• Explore the
characteristics
of common
members of the
major groups on
the periodic
table
• Recognize the
three types of
chemical bonds
17.3
402 -406
09/01/2019
Originality
VR lab (The Periodic table)
Organization of the periodic table
• Describe
atomic radius
and how it is
arranged on the
periodic table
• Explore the
characteristics
of common
members of the
major groups on
the periodic
table
• Recognize the
three types of
chemical bonds
17.3
402 -406
09/01/2019
Originality
Organization of the periodic table
• Describe
atomic radius
and how it is
arranged on the
periodic table
• Explore the
characteristics
of common
members of the
major groups on
the periodic
table
• Recognize the
three types of
chemical bonds
17.3
402 -406
09/01/2019
Originality
Organization of the periodic table
• Describe
atomic radius
and how it is
arranged on the
periodic table
• Explore the
characteristics
of common
members of the
major groups on
the periodic
table
• Recognize the
three types of
chemical bonds
17.3
402 -406
09/01/2019
Originality
Organization of the periodic table
• Describe
atomic radius
and how it is
arranged on the
periodic table
• Explore the
characteristics
of common
members of the
major groups on
the periodic
table
• Recognize the
three types of
chemical bonds
17.3
402 -406
09/01/2019
Originality
Organization of the periodic table
• Describe
atomic radius
and how it is
arranged on the
periodic table
• Explore the
characteristics
of common
members of the
major groups on
the periodic
table
• Recognize the
three types of
chemical bonds
17.3
402 -406
09/01/2019
Originality
Organization of the periodic table
09/01/2019
Originality
• Describe
atomic radius
and how it is
arranged on the
periodic table
• Explore the
characteristics
of common
members of the
major groups on
the periodic
table
• Recognize the
three types of
chemical bonds
17.3
402 -406
Many transition metals are excellent catalysts that can be added to a reaction
to increase the reaction rate without getting consumed in the process.
Ex: combines hydrogen and nitrogen to make ammonia
using an iron catalyst.
Organization of the periodic table
• Describe
atomic radius
and how it is
arranged on the
periodic table
• Explore the
characteristics
of common
members of the
major groups on
the periodic
table
• Recognize the
three types of
chemical bonds
17.3
402 -406
09/01/2019
Originality
Organization of the periodic table
• Describe
atomic radius
and how it is
arranged on the
periodic table
• Explore the
characteristics
of common
members of the
major groups on
the periodic
table
• Recognize the
three types of
chemical bonds
17.3
402 -406
09/01/2019
Originality
Organization of the periodic table
09/01/2019
Originality
• Describe
atomic radius
and how it is
arranged on the
periodic table
• Explore the
characteristics
of common
members of the
major groups on
the periodic
table
• Recognize the
three types of
chemical bonds
17.3
402 -406
All the noble gases are colorless and odorless.
Assignment
Organization of the periodic table
• Describe
atomic radius
and how it is
arranged on the
periodic table
• Explore the
characteristics
of common
members of the
major groups on
the periodic
table
• Recognize the
three types of
chemical bonds
17.3
402 -406
09/01/2019
Originality
Organization of the periodic table
• Describe
atomic radius
and how it is
arranged on the
periodic table
• Explore the
characteristics
of common
members of the
major groups on
the periodic
table
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Chemical bonds
• There are three characteristic types of chemical bonds
though many bonds have varying degrees of electron
interaction.
• Recognize the
three types of
chemical bonds
17.3
402 -406
Originality
Ionic bond
Organization of the periodic table
• Describe
atomic radius
and how it is
arranged on the
periodic table
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Chemical bonds
• Explore the
characteristics
of common
members of the
major groups on
the periodic
table
• Recognize the
three types of
chemical bonds
17.3
402 -406
covalent bond
Originality
Organization of the periodic table
• Describe
atomic radius
and how it is
arranged on the
periodic table
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Chemical bonds
• Explore the
characteristics
of common
members of the
major groups on
the periodic
table
• Recognize the
three types of
chemical bonds
17.3
402 -406
metallic bond
Originality
Organization of the periodic table
• Describe
atomic radius
and how it is
arranged on the
periodic table
• Explore the
characteristics
of common
members of the
major groups on
the periodic
table
• Recognize the
three types of
chemical bonds
17.3
402 -406
09/01/2019
Originality
Chemical bonds
• There are three characteristic types of chemical bonds
though many bonds have varying degrees of electron
interaction.
Test your knowledge
1. What group characteristics make the noble gases unique?
Test your knowledge
1. What group characteristics make the noble gases unique?
The noble gases are mostly inert; they don’t react with
other elements very readily because they have a full outer
shell of electrons.
Test your knowledge
2. Why are the atoms of group 1 elements so much larger than
the atoms of group 17 elements?
Test your knowledge
2. Why are the atoms of group 1 elements so much larger than
the atoms of group 17 elements?
Atoms in group 1 have a smaller positive charge in their
nucleus, so they attract their electron cloud less strongly
and the electron cloud is further away
Test your knowledge
3. What are some of the characteristics that make transition
metals unique?
Test your knowledge
3. What are some of the characteristics that make transition
metals unique?
Many transition metals can have more than one charge in
an ionic compound. Also, many transition metals work
to make other chemical reactions easier.
Test your knowledge
4. What makes the halogens so reactive?
Test your knowledge
4. What makes the halogens so reactive?
Group 17 is reactive because it is so close to group 18.
The elements in group 17 attract an extra electron very
strongly.
Test your knowledge
5. What is the difference between the 3 types of bonds?
Test your knowledge
5. What is the difference between the 3 types of bonds?
The difference is in how electrons are distributed among
atoms in the bonds. Electrons are transferred from one
atom to another in an ionic bond, electrons are shared
between atoms in a covalent bond, and electrons are
shared by all atoms in a metallic bond.
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