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Group Trends • Transition Metals • Innertransition Metals • Main Block Elements • Hydrogen • Alkali Metals • Alkaline Earth Metals • Halogens • Noble Gases
Transition & Innertransition Metals Innertransition Metals Transition Metals • Valence electrons found on more than one energy level • Ductile, malleable, and conductselectricity • Lanthanoids • Actinoids
Main Block ElementsHydrogen • Most abundant element in the universe • Colorless gas • Dangerous due to its flammability (used to be used in hot air balloons)
Main Block ElementsAlkali Metals • Most reactive metals • Found in Group 1 • One valence electron • Softer than other metals • Malleable, ductile, and good conductors • Explode in cold water
Main Block ElementsAlkaline Earth Metals • Reactive metallic elements • Found in Group 2 • Two valence electrons • Not found free in nature
Main Block ElementsHalogens • Very reactive non-metallic elements • Found in Group 17 • Seven valence electrons • Group has all 3 states of matter
Main Block ElementsNoble Gases • Unreactive gases • Found in Group 18 • Eight valence electrons • Very stable
PERIODIC TRENDS • Electronegativity • Electron Affinity • Ionization Energy • Atomic Radii (Size) • Shielding Effect
THE END OF CHEMICAL PERIODICTY Just a few pictures that I found off the internet.