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Structure of the periodic Table- Horizontal rows= periods Vertical rows= groups
Metals Lose electrons
Nonmetals Gain electrons
Semi metals Metals + nonmetals
Change in # of protons Increases
change in valance electrons Decreases
Change in energy levels Increases
Change in atomic radius Increases Left to right
Electronegativity Pulling from the inside an electron , it increases from left to right
Ionization energy they lose an electron and become positively charged, increases from left to right
Elements in the same family similar properties Top to bottom , the have the same valance electron
Reactivity is the tendency of a substance to undergo chemical reaction, either by itself or with other materials, and to release energy.
How to predict reactivity similar reactions involving a different metal.
Created by: Mrubio