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Periodic Table

Review on valence electrons, charges and blocks

QuestionAnswer
What group has one valen electrons? the first group on the left side of the periodic table.
What group has 2 valence electrons? the second group on the far left side of the periodic table.
How many valence electrons are in all the elements in the D block? 2
How many valence electrons are in Borons group? The first group after the D block. 3
How many valence electrons are in Carbons group? The second group after the D block. 4
How many valence electrons does Nitrogens group have? The third group after the D block. 5
How many valence electrons are in Oxygens group? The forth group after the D block. 6
How many valence electrons are in Fluorines group? The fith group from the D block. 7
What group has 8 valence electrons? Neon's group, the 6th group from the D block.
How many valence electrons are in the entire F block? 2
What group has a plus 1 charge? the first group on the left side of the periodic table.
What grop has a plus 2 charge? the second group on the far left side of the periodic table.
What is the charge(s) for Sc? +3
What is the charge(s) for Ti? +2 and +4
What is the charge(s) for V? +2 and +5
What is the charge(s) for Cr? +2 +3 and +6
What is the charge(s) for Mn? +2 and +7
What is the charge(s) for Fe, Co, and Ni? +2 and +3 for all
What is the charge(s) for Cu? +1 and +2
What is the charge(s) for Zn? +2
What is the charge for Borons group? The first group after the D block. +3
What is the charge for Carbons group? The second group after the D block. They are shared.
What is the charge for Nitrogens group? The third group after the D block. -3
What group has a -2 charge? The forth group after the D block.
What charge does F group have? The second to last group on the right side of the periodic table. -1
What group has a 0 charge? The last f=group on the right hand side, Neon's group.
Are the elements in the S, F and D blocks metals, metalloids, or nonmentals? metals
Are the elements in the P block metals, metalloids, or nonmentals? nonmetals.
What are eight electrons called? an octect
Every atom wants/needs how many electrons? 8
What does the Periodic Law state? When the elements are in order of increasing atomic mumber, there is a periodic repition of chemical and physical properties.
Created by: jmhschemistry
 

 



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