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E- Argmnt Ptrns

303 S1 3.04 Electron Arrangement Patterns

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Electronegativity and ionization energy increase as you go [...] and to the [...] (towards the New York corner) Electronegativity and ionization energy increase as you go up and to the right (towards the New York corner)
Octet Rule: Elements that have [...] electrons in the outermost shell are the most stable. Octet Rule: Elements that have eight electrons in the outermost shell are the most stable.
The noble gases have their [...] and [...] orbitals completely filled. The noble gases have their s and p orbitals completely filled.
[...] gasses have a full octet of valence electrons. Noble gasses have a full octet of valence electrons.
The alkali metals are those in Group 1A of the periodic table and have only [...] outer (valence) electron. The alkali metals are those in Group 1A of the periodic table and have only 1 outer (valence) electron.
The alkaline earth metals are found in Group 2A and have only [...] outer (valence) electrons. The alkaline earth metals are found in Group 2A and have only 2 outer (valence) electrons.
Alkali and alkaline earth metals are very [...]. Alkali and alkaline earth metals are very reactive.
The halogens are nonmetals found in Group 7A. They are [...] electron away from a full octet. The halogens are nonmetals found in Group 7A. They are one electron away from a full octet.
The alkali metals in group 1A are [...] electron away from a full octet. The alkali metals in group 1A are one electron away from a full octet.
In Groups 1A through 8A, the [...] number tells you the number of electrons in the highest-energy orbital (valence electrons). In Groups 1A through 8A, the group number tells you the number of electrons in the highest-energy orbital (valence electrons).
You can divide the periodic table into blocks (s, p, d, f) based on which orbital type (s, p, d, or f) is filled [...]. You can divide the periodic table into blocks (s, p, d, f) based on which orbital type (s, p, d, or f) is filled last.
Trick to remember s, p, d, f = [...] Trick to remember s, p, d, f = Some People Do Fine
The tallest block on the left is the [...] block The tallest block on the left is the s block
The tallest block on the right is the [...] block The tallest block on the right is the p block
After the s and p blocks, the next block down is the [...] block. After the s and p blocks, the next block down is the d block.
Below everything else is the [...] block. Below everything else is the f block.
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