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Periodic Table STUDY GUIDE

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STUDY GUIDE
QUIZ: UNIT 6 PERIODIC TABLE
RESOURCES
● UNIT 6 Periodic Table CLASS NOTES
● Periodic Table GRAPHIC ORGANIZER
● Textbook Chapter 6
​FORMAT:
* 20 Multiple Choice Questions
* Matching - Periodic Table w/ ​blanks​ and
25 Elements
What do you need to know?
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Define valence electrons.
Define the octet rule.
Define ion, cation, and anion.
Determine ‘common’ ionic charge for elements in groups 1A, 2A, 3A, 5A, 6A, and 7A
Explain relationship between electron configuration to valence electrons, ionic charge,
and reactivity
Define the three major periodic trends: atomic radius, ionization energy,
electronegativity.
Identify and describe alkali metals, alkaline earth metals, halogens, noble gases, transition
metals, and inner transition metals (rare earth metals).
Identify metals, nonmetals, and metalloids.
Determine number of valence electrons for representative elements (Groups 1A-8A)
using the periodic table.
Describe relationship between valence electrons and reactivity of elements.
Explain similarities in physical and chemical properties for representative (main group)
elements in the same group.
Compare metallic and nonmetallic properties.
Compare chemical behavior of groups of elements by location on periodic table.
● List of 25 common elements (know symbol, name, and location on periodic table)
VOCABULARY:
Valence electrons
Octet rule
Group
Period
Ion
Cation / anion
Atomic radius
Ionization energy
Electronegativity
Alkali metals
Alkaline earth metals
Halogens
Noble gases
Representative elements
Transition metals
Rare earth metals (inner transition metals)
Lanthanide Series
Actinide Series
Metals
Nonmetals
Metalloids
Conductivity
Magnetism
Ductility
Malleability
Brittle
List of 25 Elements to Know
(symbol, name, and location on periodic table):
1) Hydrogen
2) Lithium
3) Carbon
4) Nitrogen
5) Oxygen
6) Neon
7) Sodium
8) Potassium
9) Iron
10) Copper
11) Zinc
12) Gallium
13) Calcium
14) Silver
15) Gold
16) Mercury
17) Chromium
18) Titanium
19) Argon
20) Cesium
21) Strontium
22) Silicon
23) Sulfur
24) Chlorine
25) Fluorine