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the ability to attract electrons from nearby atoms electronegativity
this number tells you the number of valence electrons group number
ions that have a positive charge + lose valence electrons cation
groups that are anions 5A, 6A, 7A
what is the rule about d block electron configurations period minus 1
said that electrons are placed in the lowest energy level first (s) Aufbau
ions that have a negative charge + gain valence electrons anions
groups that are cations 1A, 2A, 3A
said that electrons will have the same spin until each orbital has 1 electron Hund
element that is stable with only 2 valence electrons He
a visual representation of only the valence electrons Lewis Dot structure
element where the 3 electron configurations stop working V
element(s) that are the first exceptions to the electron configuration rules Cr and Cu
said that electrons will have opposite spins when in the same orbital ; 2 is the max # Pauli
a visual representation of ALL the electrons an element has electron configuration
only group with a full number of valence electrons 8A
element with the most electronegativity and ionization energy F
element with the largest atomic mass Fr
the energy needed to remove electrons from an atom ionization
innermost electrons; lower energy core
outermost electrons; highest energy valence
measure of the diameter between the nuclei of 2 atoms of the same element atomic size
block with a max number of 2 valence electrons s
block with max number of 14 valence electrons f
block with max number of 10 valence electrons d
block with max number of 6 valence electrons p
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