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The Periodic Table

Na Sodium
K Potassium
Ag Silver
C Carbon
Who ordered the periodic table that we use today? Dmitri Mendeleev
What does the atomic number tell us? Number of protons/electrons
Group II contains... The Alkaline Earth Metals
Group I contains... The Alkali Metals
Group VII contains... The Halogens
Group VIII contains... The Noble gases
F Fluorine
O Oxygen
Ne Neon
Cl Chlorine
N Nitrogen
S Sulfur
Ca Calcium
Mg Magnesium
Au Gold
Pb Lead
I Iodine
Mn Manganese
How many electron in the outer shell of an Alkali Earth metal 2
How many electrons in the outer shell of Alkali metals 1
How many electrons in outer shell of the Halogens 7
How many electrons in the outer shell of the Noble gases. 8
How many electrons does an atom want on its outer shell to be stable. 8
Created by: fergalwallace