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Periodic Table Info

Mr. Smith's 6th Grade Science

Hydrogen H
Sodium Na
Calcium Ca
Helium He
Oxygen O
Nitrogen N
Carbon C
Aluminum Al
Chlorine Cl
Tin Sn
Lead Pb
Copper Cu
Iron Fe
Gold Au
Silver Ag
What do you use to find the number of protons? the atomic number
What charge is a proton? positive
Who first organized the periodic table? Mendeleyev
What charge is a nuetron? neutral
What charge is an electron? negative
What is the center of the atom and also the most dense part? nucleus
Where are protons located? in the nucleus
A vertical (up and down) column is called what? group or family
Elements in the same group or family have similar.....? characteristics or properties
A horizontal (side to side) row is called what? periods
Where are the neutrons located? in the nucleus
Where are the electrons located? in the electron cloud
Created by: mtoutant