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Periodic Table

Periodic Table by Ethan Silvers

Periodic table the table scientists use to organize and classify all the elements
Element a substance that can't be broken down into other substances by chemical reactions
Element Symbol The letters that classify an element
Atomic Number the number of protons in an atom the atomic number determines the properties of the atom
Atomic Mass The mass of the protons and neutrons of an atom.
Period Row in the periodic table
Group bunch of similar elements
Family Column on periodic table
Metals Shiny, dense substances that conducts heat and electricity well
Nonmetals Opposite of a metal
Metalloid Some of metal and nonmetal properties
Noble Gases six gasses that does not react with other elements
Reactivity the way something reacts with something else
Dmitri Mendeleyev First one to try to organize the periodic table
Trend A relationship
Energy level A level of how much energy the elements hold
Valence electrons electrons outside the shell
Chemical property A property that cant be observed without tools
Physical Property A property that can be observed without tools
Created by: EthSil2020