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Chem Unit 3

periodic table trends, equations

QuestionAnswer
when does the 1st element get a prefix if it has more than 1 of itself
where does the atomic radius increase? left and down
shielding inner electrons block the nuclear charge toward the outer shell electrons
electronegativity the atom's ability to pull an electron towards itself when bonded (getting smaller?)
do big atoms have lots or not that much electronegativity? not that much, since the electrons would be spread out thus taking up more space
in what direction in the p-table does electronegativity increase up and to the right
ionization energy the amount of energy needed to pull an electron off
in what direction in the p-table does ionization energy increase up and to the right
1st ionization energy the amount of energy needed to remove the 1st electron
2nd ionization energy the amount of energy needed to remove a 2nd electron
trends in atomic radius radius increases as you go left and down
for what type of bonding do you use prefixes nonmetal+nonmetal
do you include charges of elements in ionic or covalent bonding ionic bonding
Created by: allyson.lee