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Periodic Trends

Review for the Periodic Table and Periodic Trends

This is the largest group of elements on the periodic table What are the metals?
This group of elements form anions What are non-metals?
What are the inner transition metals (lanthanides and actinides)? This is the name of the bottom 2 (detached) rows on the periodic tbale
This is a Group 1 element that is also a non-metal What is the Hydrogen?
What are the noble gases? This is a group of nonreactive elements
This is the biggest element in Group 2 Radium
What is the smallest metal in group 1 Lithium
Which has the biggest ionic radius? I1-, Te2-, Cs1+, or Ba2? Te2-
the largest non-metal in Group 16 Selenium
This is the largest ion that forms from period 2 Nitrogen 3-
What did Mendeleev base his periodic table on? increasing atomic number?
This scientist developed the idea of Triads Dobereiner
Newlands developed this major contribution to periodic trends the law of octets/octaves?
Who is Mendeleev He developed the first periodic table
For development of his modern perioidic table based on increasing atomic number, it was important that Moseley works in this man’s lab Who is Rutherford?
All trends are based on this major factor What is effective nuclear pull
As you move up and right on the periodic table atomic radius _____ decreases
As you move up and right on the periodic table electronegativity _____ increases
As you move up and right on the periodic table electron affinity _____ increases
The energy required to remove an electron from an atom? ionization energy
As atoms gain electron and become cations, their radii generally do this What is increase?
Atoms that have the same number of electrons as other atoms are referred to as this isoelectronic
What are the transition metals? Groups 3 – 12 on the periodic table are referred to as this
Created by: Mr_Bird