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Mr. Royer’s Unit 13 Review. “Families of the Periodic Table” Vocab Cards. Question. All of the elements of group 1 belong to the…. Answer. Alkali Metal family of elements A way to remember, 1 name (Alkali) are in the first group. Question. Elements between group 3 & 12 belong to the….

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mr royer s unit 13 review

Mr. Royer’s Unit 13 Review

“Families of the Periodic Table” Vocab Cards

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All of the elements of group 1 belong to the…

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Alkali Metal family of elements

A way to remember, 1 name (Alkali) are in the first group

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Elements between group 3 & 12 belong to the…

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Transition Metal family of elements

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All the elements of group 17 belong to the….

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Halogen Family of elements

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All the elements of group 2 belong to the…

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The Alkaline Earth metal family

Good way to remember…the Alkaline Earths have 2 names and are in group 2!

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The group of elements that “zig-zag” along the metal and non-metal sides of the periodic table are known as the…

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The Metalloid family of elements.

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The group of elements that occupy group 18 on the Periodic Table are known as the…

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Noble Gas family of elements

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Carbon, Oxygen, Hydrogen, and Sulfur are some of the elements that we call…

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The “Organic Element” family

Remember, this is not the official name of this group, but without these elements, there is NO life!

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This family of elements has the widest range of uses amongst all the other groups.

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The Transition Metal family.

“Widest range” implies there is a lot of different elements within the group…and there is!

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This family of elements is termed “monoatomic” meaning they do NOT form compounds with other elements.

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The Noble Gas family

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This group of elements is the most abundant on our planet.

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The Alkaline Earth Metals

You might have guessed the “Organic Elements” because without them there is no life…but the “Earth” part is a tip to there abundance.

Transition Metals was a good guess too…but there is just a bunch of “variety” not “abundance”

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This group of elements are very reactive and hazardous in their isolated (“free”) form.

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The Halogen group

Chlorine and Fluorine gas can kill ya!!!

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This group of elements is also highly reactive, but it is because the give away their 1 valence electron during chemical bonding.

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The Alkali Metal family.

1 Valence electron = Group 1A = regular group 1

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These elements have 7 valence electrons and in so, easily pair with the Alkali Metal family.

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The Halogen family

All elements are in group 7A

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These elements have and give away electrons during chemical bonding, but unlike the “A-series” elements there is no consistent pattern to their valence electron numbers.

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The “B-series” elements

This is also the Transition Metal family

Think B for the “back-up” series to the “A- team” slash “A-series”

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What is the A-series 2A family?

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Alkaline Earth metal family

2A means 2 valence electrons amongst the group.

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What family is A-series 8A?

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The Noble Gas family.

All have 8 valence electrons

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These elements share qualities of both metals and non-metals.

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The Metalloid family of elements

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Elements of this group include Chlorine (Cl), Fluorine (Fl), & Bromine (Br).

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Halogen family.

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Elements of this family include Beryllium (Be), Magnesium (Mg) and Calcium (Ca).

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Alkaline Earth metals.

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Copper (Cu), Silver (Ag), and Gold (Au) belong to the….

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Transition metal family.

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Helium (He), Neon (Ne), and Argon (Ar) belong to the…

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The Noble Gas family.

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Lithium (Li), Sodium (Na), and Potassium (K) belong to the…

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Alkali metal family

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Carbon (C), Nitrogen (N), Oxygen (O), & Hydrogen (H) all belong to the…

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“Organic Element” family.

Remember, Hydrogen is the only non-metal element on the metal side of the P. Table!!!

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Boron(B), Silicon (Si), Germanium (Ge) & Arsenic (As) all belong to the…

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Metalloid family.

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Elements are named in one of five ways…

What are the two languages that element names can originate from?

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Greek and Latin

Greek = Phosphorus (Phosphoros)

Greek = Hydrogen (Hydros)

Latin = Iron (Ferrum)

Latin = Copper (Cuprum)

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Elements are named in one of five ways.

How were these elements named: Einsteinium (Es), Mendelevium (Md), Bohrium (Bh)?

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In honor of the famous scientists

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Elements get there names in one of five ways.

Californium (Cr), Francium (Fr), and Amercium (Am) get there name after…

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The place in which they were found or created.

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Elements get their name in one of five ways.

Thorium (Th), as in Thor, God of war and thunder, is an example of how elements can get their name from…

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Mythology