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gr 11 periodic table

periodic table trends

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define metalloid an element that both metal and non metal properties
Properties of alkali metals SOlid at room temp, Very reactive esp. violent with water, react with halogens
Properties of Alkali earth metals solid at room temp, light, very reactive
Properties of Halogens All states at room temp(Br liquid below solid), non metals, non conductors
Properties of noble gases Gasses at room temp, Very unreactive,
What does n mean Principal quantum level
(n=0) means You have just the nucleus
Formula for maximum number of electrons in an energy level 2n^2
SPDF is for Electron configuration spectroscopic notation
SPDF sublevels electron amounts S=2 ,p=6, d=10, f=14
SATP stands for Standard Ambient Temperature Pressure
SATP unit norms Temperature is 25C, Pressure is 100kpa
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