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McCormack-Ptable Org

McCormack- Periodic Table Organization

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Hydrogen is in period ________group ______ Period 1 , group 1
Helium is in period _________ group _______ Period 1, group 18
Lithium is in period ________ group _______ Period 2, group 1
Carbon is in period ________ group _______ Period 2, group 14
Oxygen is in period ________ group ______ Period 2, group 16
Neon is in period ________ group _______ period 2, group 18
Gold is in period ________ group ________ period 6, group 11
Xenon is in period ________ group ________ period 5, group 18
Metals are on the __________ side of the P-table Metals are on the Left side
Non Metals are on the ________ side of the P-table Non Metals are on the right
Metalloids are _____________ on the P-table Metalloids are near the Z line
There are _____, ________ Periods 7 Horizontal Periods
There are _____, ________ Groups or Families 18 Vertical Groups or Families
Period 1 can hold ______ Valence Electrons 2 Valence Electrons
Period 2 can hold _____ Valence Electrons 8 Valence Electrons
Period 4 can hold _____ Valence Electrons 18 Valence Electrons
The group with a full shell of Valence Electrons is also known as (aka)________ Group 18, the Noble Gases
Group 1 is also know as _________ Alkali Metals
All elements in group 1 have ____ _______ _________ 1 Valence electrons
All elements in group 2 have _____ ________ _________ 2 Valence electrons
All elements in the Carbon group have ___ _________ _______ 4 Valence electrons
Carbon needs ________ more electrons to have a full outer shell of ________ 4 , 8
Na has _____ valence electrons and will tend to ________ it to have a ____________ charge. Na has 1 , lose , positive 1 charge
Cl has ______ valence electrons and will tend to _______ one to have a ___________ Cl has 7, gain, negative 1 charge
Na is in the group known as the __________ _________ Alkali metals
Cl is in the group know as the _________ __________ Halogens
Ca is in the group know as the _______ _________ _______ Alkaline Earth Metals
What is the oxidation number of Aluminum ? Al is +3
What is the oxidation number of Ca? Ca is +2
What is the oxidation number of O Oxygen is -2
What is the oxidation number of H Hydrogen is +1
Why does Na react with Cl? Na has a +1 charge & Cl has a -1 charge, Law of charge states that opposite charge will attract
Metals tend to have a ________________ charge + Positive charge
Non Metals tend to have a __________________ charge - Negative charge
Carbon is in the middle and can have a ____ or ____ charge +4 or -4 charge
Elements or compounds with a different number of Protons & Electrons Ions
Elements with a different number of Protons & Neutrons Isotopes
Created by: fmccormack