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Periodic Pirates 1

Parts of Periodic Table; numbers

A substance with unique properties element
Everything to the right of the “jagged line” in the periodic table is: non metal
Which substances are ductile and shiny? metals
diagram shows all the known elements and various data associated with them periodic table
Electrons fill the _________ energy levels first. lowest
The smallest piece of carbon that still acts like carbon is an: ______________ atom
A substance that can be pulled into wire is: ______________ ductile
A subatomic particle with no charge is the _______________________ neutron
This abbreviation Identifies the element with letters _______________________ chemical symbol
The two rows at the bottom of the periodic table are: _______________________ rare earth metals
The salt formers in group 17 are called: ______________ halogens
Sodium (Na) and Potassium (K) are both called: ______________ alkali metals
Argon (Ar) and Radon (Rn) are both called: ______________ noble gases
The ten short columns in the middle of the periodic table are the: ______________ transition metals
Calcium (Ca) and Krypton (Kr) belong to the same: ______________ period
A substance that can be flattened without breaking is: ______________ malleable
The building block of matter atom
What group number is Helium in? 18
What element has the symbol Pb? lead
What element has the symbol K? potassium
Created by: Mrs. Armstrong