Periodic Table

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Akali metals

All 6 akali metals are highly reactive.Are less dense and have one loosely bound valance electron.They have the largest atomic radii in their period.


video of all 6 elements reacting-https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uixxJtJPVXk

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Akaline metals

These elements posses many traits of metals.They have 2 valance electrons that are not closely bounded and are easily lost.

Calcium shown below

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Nonmetals

They are poor conductors and are very easily broken.They gain electrons easily and have no luster.


Sulfur shown below.

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Transition metals

They are very hard and have a high boiling point.They posses the traits of metals.


Iron shown below

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Metelloids

They posses traits of metals/nonmetals.There reactivity depends on properties of other metals in reaction.


Boron shown below

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Noble gases

Not really reactive and have a valence shield(8 electrons).They have a low boil point.


Neon shown below

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Halogens

Highly reactive with akali and akaline metals and have a really high electronegativities.


Flourine shown below

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Metals

Are very dense and great conductors.Have a very high boiling point.Have a shiny appearance.


Copper shown below in wire form.

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Lanthanoids

They have high melting and boiling points and react to air.Their color is a silverish whiteish.


Below is Cerium

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Actinoids

All are radioactive materials and react with most nonmetals.They decay in air.


Below is plutonium.

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Ionization energy

Ionization energy is the amount of energy it takes to remove an electron from a neutral atom.


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Atomic radius

Is the size of an atom measured.


Below is the only picture i can find that explaines it better than me.

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Electronegativity

Is the measure of the tendency of an atom to attract a bonding pair.


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