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Science A+E Y8

Science Atoms and Elements Y8

Group 1 Elements Alkali Metals
Group 2 Elements Alkaline Earth Metals
In between group 2 and 3 Transistion metals
Group 3 Elements Boron Elements
Group 4 Elements Carbon Elements
Group5 Elements Nitrogen Elements
Group 6 Elements Oxygen Elements
Group 7 Elements Halogen Elements
Group 8 (0) Elements Noble gases (or Inert gases)
Rule 1 - For naming compounds with only two elements present Adding 'ide' to the end of the second element
Rule 2 - For naming compounds with three elements one of which is oxygen Adding 'ate' to the end of the second word
Rule 3 - What comes first? Metal always comes before the non-metal
Rule 4 - Do the numbers and brackets affect the name? No
Vertical Column Group
Horizontal Row Period
About how many different elements are there? Around 100
Write down 9 properties of metals. Then mark them -Conduct electricity and heat -Strong,tough,hard -Shiny when polished or cut -Malleable (bendy) -Sonorous they make a 'dong' sound -Ductile bend and stretch,good wires -high density -some are magnetic -solid at room temperature(exept mercury)
What three metals are magnetic? Iron,Nickle,Cobalt
Name 6 properties of non-metals.Then mark them. -poor conducters of heat and electricity -wear away quickly -dull not shiny -brittle,shatter easily -low density -not magnetic
Element Only contain one type of atom
Compound Two or more different elements combined
Molecule The smallest particle of a substance that retains the chemical and physical properties of the substance and is composed of two or more atoms; a group of like or different atoms held together by chemical forces. A small particle; a tiny bit.
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