Nitrogen Family Group 15

Jackeline Aguirre,Cody Nicholson, Katherine Guillen

Element In Group

Nitrogen (N)

Phosphorus (P)

Arsenic (As)

Antimony (Sb)

Bismuth (Bi)

Description of Each Element

Nitrogen


Atomic #- 7

Atomic Mass-14

Symbol-N

Used-It now ranks as the second most widely produced chemical

Who discovered it-Daniel Rutherford

Valence Electrons-5

Phosphorus

Atomic #-15

Atomic Mass-31

Symbol-P

Used- all phosphorus are use in industry

who Discovered it-Joseph Black

Valence Electrons-5

Arsenic

Atomic #-33

Atomic Mass-75

Symbol-As

Used-They been used for to make rat poison and some Insecticide

Who Discover it-Albertus Magnus

Valene Electrons-5

Antimony

Atomic #-51

Atomic Mass-122

Symbol-Sb

Used-Used in electrons

Who Discover It-Acients

Valence Electrons-5

Bismuth

Atomic #-83

Atomic Mass-209

Symbol-Bi

Used-A tin or cadmium have low melting points

Who Discovered it-

Valence Electrons-5

Picture of Each Element

What does these Elements have in Common

The five elements only share one important structural property and they is that they all have 5 Electrons on the Valence Electron shell.