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Boron Family. Kate MacQueen Alyssa Sweeney Matt Warner. Boron. Symbol: B Number: 5 Chemical Series: Metalloids Phase: Solid Density: 2.34 g/cm(-3) Liquid Density: 2.08 g/cm. Aluminum. Symbol: Al Number: 13 Chemical Series: Poor metals Phase: Solid Density: 2.70 g/cm

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Boron family

Boron Family

Kate MacQueen

Alyssa Sweeney

Matt Warner


Boron

Boron

  • Symbol: B

  • Number: 5

  • Chemical Series: Metalloids

  • Phase: Solid

  • Density: 2.34 g/cm(-3)

  • Liquid Density: 2.08 g/cm


Aluminum

Aluminum

  • Symbol: Al

  • Number: 13

  • Chemical Series: Poor metals

  • Phase: Solid

  • Density: 2.70 g/cm

  • Liquid Density: 2.375 g/cm


Gallium

Gallium

  • Symbol: Ga

  • Number: 31

  • Chemical Series: Poor metals

  • Phase: Solid

  • Density: 5.91 g/cm

  • Liquid Density: 6.095 g/cm


Indium

Indium

  • Symbol: In

  • Number: 49

  • Chemical Series: Poor metals

  • Phase: Solid

  • Density: 7.31 g/cm

  • Liquid Density: 7.02 g/cm


Thallium

Thallium

  • Symbol: Tl

  • Number: 81

  • Chemical Series: Poor metals

  • Phase: Solid

  • Density: 11.85 g/cm

  • Liquid Density: 11.22 g/cm


Ununtrium

Ununtrium

  • Symbol: Uut

  • Number: 113

  • Chemical Series: Presumably Poor metals

  • Phase: Presumably Solid

  • Standard Atomic Weight: 293 g/mol

    All other information is unknown

Unknown, probably silvery white or metallic gray


How the boron family relates to everyday life

How The Boron Family Relates To Everyday Life

  • Boron - occurs in all foods produced by plant. Also shows promise in treating arthritis.

  • Aluminum - used in constructing cars, and other vehicles, along with machinery.

  • Gallium - used to create mirrors when blended with glass.

  • Indium - frequently associated with zinc materials, and also found in lead and iron, and iron.

  • Thallium - has been employed as a ant killer and rodenticide

  • Ununtrium – extremely radioactive


Carbon family

Carbon Family


Carbon

Carbon

  • Symbol: C

  • Number: 6

  • Chemical Series: Nonmetal

  • Phase: Solid

  • Density: (graphite) 2.2678 g/cm

  • Density: (diamond) 3.513 g/cm


Silicon

Silicon

  • Symbol: Si

  • Number: 14

  • Chemical Series: Metalloids

  • Phase: Solid

  • Density: 2.33 g/cm

  • Liquid Density: 2.57 g/cm


Germanium

Germanium

  • Symbol: Ge

  • Number: 32

  • Chemical Series: Metalloids

  • Phase: Solid

  • Density: 5.323 g/cm

  • Liquid Density: 5.60 g/cm


Boron family

Tin

  • Symbol: Sn

  • Number: 50

  • Chemical Series: Poor metals

  • Phase: Solid

  • Density: 7.265 g/cm (white)5.769 g/cm(gray)

  • Liquid Density: 6.99 g/cm


Boron family

Lead

  • Symbol: Pb

  • Number: 82

  • Chemical Series: Post-transition metals or Poor metals

  • Phase: Solid

  • Density: 11.34 g/cm

  • Liquid Density: 10.66


Ununquadium

Ununquadium

Unknown, probably silvery white or metallic gray

  • Symbol: Uuq

  • Number: 114

  • Chemical Series: presumably Poor metals

  • Phase: presumably Solid

  • Standard Atomic Weight: 298 g/mol

    All other information is unknown


How the carbon family relates to everyday life

How The Carbon Family Relates To Everyday Life

  • Carbon - the bases of life would be impossible without it

  • Silicon - important to plants and animals life

  • Germanium - doped with arsenic and gallium

  • Tin – coating for steel cans

  • Lead – covering cables and used extensively in plumbing. Also used in alloys such a fusible metals.

  • Ununquadium – first element of what may be an “island of stability” among heavy nuclei


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