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Periodic Table of Elements
Terms in this set (27)
What is a "group"
The column that tells you the number of valence electrons for the elements in that vertical column
What is a "period"
The row that tells you the number of electron shells for the elements in that horizontal row
The electrons in the outermost energy level
The outermost energy level in an atom
Elements located to the left of the staircase. They are good conductors of electricity and are malleable and ductile.
Elements located to the right of the staircase. They are poor conductors of electricity and are brittle.
Atoms of the same elements that have different atomic masses due to different numbers of neutrons.
When a bond is formed by one atom donating its electrons to another atom
When a bond is formed by atoms sharing electrons
What is the atomic number for Barium?
What is the atomic mass for Barium
What are the number of protons in a Barium atom?
What are the number of electrons in a Barium atom?
What are the number of neutrons in a Barium atom?
Is Barium a metal or non-metal?
How many valence electrons does Barium have?
2 because it is in Group 2
How many energy levels does Barium have?
6 because it is in period 6
What is the atomic number for Xenon?
What is the atomic mass for Xenon
How many protons are in Xenon?
How many electrons are in a Xenon atom?
How many neutrons are in a Xenon atom?
Is Xenon a metal or non-metal?
How many valence electrons does Xenon have?
8 because it is in group 8
How many energy levels does Xenon have?
5 because is it is in period 5
How many valence electrons would make the most stable, least likely to bond, atom?
Which group of elements on the periodic table are the most stable?
The noble gases in group 8, because they all have 8 valence electrons
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