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The Periodic Law

The Periodic Law

The Periodic Law. Periodic Table of Elements video. Development of the Periodic Table. Dmitri Mendeleev developed the first periodic table The periodic table is an arrangement of elements according to their chemical and physical properties. Mendeleev’s Periodic Table.

By neviah
(539 views)

KS4 Chemistry

KS4 Chemistry

KS4 Chemistry. Comparing Bonding. Contents. Comparing bonding. Bonding and structure. Melting and boiling point. Conductivity. Other properties. Summary activities. Types of bonding.

By liv
(369 views)

Carbon

Carbon

Carbon. Allotropes. Carbon can bond with itself in at least three different ways giving us 3 different materials Diamond Graphite Buckyballs and nanotubes. Diamond. Carbons are bonded via sp 3 hybridization to 4 other carbon atoms forming a giant network covalent compound.

By marli
(150 views)

Ionic Compounds

Ionic Compounds

Ionic Compounds. Chapter 6. Chapter Outcomes. At the end of this chapter you should be able to: Describe the ionic bonding model Use the model to explain the properties of ionic compounds Explain how ions are produced when metals and non-metals react

By felix
(255 views)

Ionic Compounds and Solutions

Ionic Compounds and Solutions

Ionic Compounds and Solutions. SNC2D. Electrostatic attraction. Electrostatic attraction. When a metal gives up one or more electrons to a non-metal, the resulting oppositely-charged ions will experience an electrostatic attraction:. Ionic bonds and compounds.

By baby
(152 views)

Parade of Elements

Parade of Elements

Parade of Elements. Chem 187S Fall 2011. Noble Group. Ru Rh Pd Os Ir. Ruthenium. - discovered in 1844 by Karl Karlovich Klaus (a Russian chemist.) - named after the Latin word Ruthenia , which stands for the country of Russia . - normal phase is solid.

By minya
(155 views)

Periodic Table Review

Periodic Table Review

Periodic Table Review . Place each of the following groups of elements in order of DECREASING atomic radius. Li, Rb , K, Na . Rb , K, Na, Li. Place each of the following groups of elements in order of DECREASING atomic radius. Mg, Cl , Na, P. Na, Mg, P, Cl.

By melba
(104 views)

Carboxylic Acids

Carboxylic Acids

Carboxylic Acids. Natural Products Nomenclature Acidity Preparation Reactions. Analgesics. Fats and Fatty Acids. Prostaglandins. Penicillins from mold. From Ergot Fungus. Common Nomenclature. I.U.P.A.C. Nomenclature. Dicarboxylic Acids. A Diacid.

By erica
(196 views)

SOLIDS

SOLIDS

SOLIDS. What you need to be able to do: given any one, figure out the rest. Formula Properties – predict and explain Particle view. Properties of Solids. Melting point Vapor pressure – definition on next slide Conducts heat Conducts electricity Brittle Hard Malleable Ductile.

By avari
(224 views)

14.1 Molecular Substances Intermolecular Forces

14.1 Molecular Substances Intermolecular Forces

14.1 Molecular Substances Intermolecular Forces. Forces between molecules determine the melting and boiling point of substances. Ionic compounds have high melting and boiling points due to their electrostatic attraction. Molecular substances are held together by one of three forces. Dispersion

By errin
(140 views)

Materials and their uses

Materials and their uses

Materials and their uses. Structure of Materials. The specification states;. Materials behave as they do because of their structure; the way their atoms and molecules fit together You need to know; - how the internal structure of a material influences the way it behaves

By vala
(149 views)

Chapter 12

Chapter 12

Chapter 12. Structures and Properties of Materials. 12.1 Classification of Substances According to Structure 12.2 Classification of Substances According to the Nature of Bonding. 12.1 Classification of Substances According to Structures (SB p.277).

By bijan
(168 views)

Properties and Uses

Properties and Uses

Properties of Ionic Compounds. Properties and Uses. Wai Chak Fai (16) Ken Yuen (21). Content. Definition of ionic compounds Property of ionic compound In crystal form Solubility in water High melting and boiling point Conductivity of electricity

By barclay-hodge
(94 views)

A Martian Primary Magma

A Martian Primary Magma

A Martian Primary Magma. Olivine compositions in Martian meteorite Y-980459 indicate crystallization from a magma with a composition the same as bulk Y-980459. High-Pressure Experiments. Experimental apparatus and SEM image of an experimental run product. Experimental Results.

By gabriel-reilly
(97 views)

Nonferrous Alloys ( 비철금속 )

Nonferrous Alloys ( 비철금속 )

Nonferrous Alloys ( 비철금속 ). More expensive than ferrous metals. Applications: aluminium for aircraft bodies copper wire titanium for jet-engine turbine blades tantalum for rocket engines. Nonferrous Alloys( 비철금속 ). • Cu Alloys. • Al Alloys. Brass : Zn is subst. impurity.

By leonard-klein
(330 views)

Fulfill the Application Needs with Best Refractory Metal

Fulfill the Application Needs with Best Refractory Metal

Today, the industry highly demanded to use the best refractory metals for the application purpose. If you are looking for the best one, you can opt for niobium and fulfill the application need. In order to buy the niobium sheet, you can access the best manufacturer and get in touch with a different range of sheet at the best price range.

By hexonmetals
(3 views)

Metallic Bonds:

Metallic Bonds:

Metallic Bonds:. Metal atoms form bonds when the outer energy levels overlap. This is called the Electron Sea Model . It proposes that all the metal atoms in a metallic solid donate their electrons to form a “sea” of electrons.

By shirleyb
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Unit 2 Molecular and Ionic Compound Structure and Properties

Unit 2 Molecular and Ionic Compound Structure and Properties

Unit 2 Molecular and Ionic Compound Structure and Properties. Topic 2.3 Structure of Ionic Solids Text Reference Ch 12, section 12.5 TPWB page 252-254. Understanding: Atoms or ions bond due to interactions between them, forming molecules.

By ehanson
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The periodic table

The periodic table

The periodic table. Calcium. Atomic number : 20 Atomic weight : 40.078 Melting Point : 839 C Boiling Point: 1484 C Electron Configuration : [Ar]4s2 Common Ion : Ca+2 Percent by Mass in Body : 1.5. Calcium. Zinc. Atomic Number : 30 Mass Number : 65.39 Melting pt : 420ºC

By kbuchanan
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