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What is an Atom? The Smallest Particle of an element which retains all the chemical properties of the element.
Define Periodic Law Elements are arranged in order of increasing atomic number.
Define Inner transition Elements elements 58-71 (Cerium(Ce)-Lutetium(Lu)) and elements 90-103 (Thorium(Th)-Lawrencium(Lr) shown in a sub table below the main table-They belong to the main table.
What is a Compound? A combination of two or more pure substances that are chemically bonded to form a new pure substance.
What is an atomic number? The sum of all the Protons in the nucleus of an atom.
How many electrons can sub shell D hold? 10
What is an orbital is a specific region of space that can hold 2 electrons.
Define Metal Solids (except mercury), conductors of electricity- They can be formed with other metals to form alloys.
How many electrons can sub shell s hold 2
Created by: Fred Heckeroth