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Periodic Table

Metals On left side of table. Generally solids conduct heat & electricity. Like to donate electrons & makes it more positive
Non-metals On right side of table. Some are solids, gases, & 1 liquid
Non-metals 1 Poor electrical and heat conductors. Like to gain electrons making it negative charge
Metalloids Dividing line between metals & non metals. They have properties of both metal & nonmetals
Column 1-Alkalai Metals Highly reactive. +1 charge
Column 2-Alkaline Earth Metals Highly reactive. +2 charge
Column 3-12 Transition Metals More complex group. React with lose electrons
Column 17-Halogens Highly reactive -1 charge
Column 18-Noble Gases Non-reactive
Column 13 +3 Charge
Column 14 +4 or -4 Charge
Column 15 -3 Charge
Column 16 -2 Charge
Atomic Number Unique for each element. Gives # of protons & # of electrons. Ex. Chlorine is 17
Atomic Mass Decimal number below the symbol. Provides info about # of protons & nertrons, also weighted aveage
Element Symbol Symbol for element 1 or 2 letters. Ex. C for Carbon, He for Helium, Co for Cobalt not CO
Created by: LadyE