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….
“Families of the Periodic Table” Vocab Cards
All of the elements of group 1 belong to the…
Alkali Metal family of elements
A way to remember, 1 name (Alkali) are in the first group
Elements between group 3 & 12 belong to the…
Transition Metal family of elements
All the elements of group 17 belong to the….
Halogen Family of elements
All the elements of group 2 belong to the…
The Alkaline Earth metal family
Good way to remember…the Alkaline Earths have 2 names and are in group 2!
The group of elements that “zig-zag” along the metal and non-metal sides of the periodic table are known as the…
The Metalloid family of elements.
The group of elements that occupy group 18 on the Periodic Table are known as the…
Noble Gas family of elements
Carbon, Oxygen, Hydrogen, and Sulfur are some of the elements that we call…
The “Organic Element” family
Remember, this is not the official name of this group, but without these elements, there is NO life!
This family of elements has the widest range of uses amongst all the other groups.
The Transition Metal family.
“Widest range” implies there is a lot of different elements within the group…and there is!
This family of elements is termed “monoatomic” meaning they do NOT form compounds with other elements.
The Noble Gas family
This group of elements is the most abundant on our planet.
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”
This group of elements are very reactive and hazardous in their isolated (“free”) form.
The Halogen group
Chlorine and Fluorine gas can kill ya!!!
This group of elements is also highly reactive, but it is because the give away their 1 valence electron during chemical bonding.
The Alkali Metal family.
1 Valence electron = Group 1A = regular group 1
These elements have 7 valence electrons and in so, easily pair with the Alkali Metal family.
The Halogen family
All elements are in group 7A
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.
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”
What is the A-series 2A family?
Alkaline Earth metal family
2A means 2 valence electrons amongst the group.
What family is A-series 8A?
The Noble Gas family.
All have 8 valence electrons
These elements share qualities of both metals and non-metals.
The Metalloid family of elements
Elements of this group include Chlorine (Cl), Fluorine (Fl), & Bromine (Br).
Elements of this family include Beryllium (Be), Magnesium (Mg) and Calcium (Ca).
Alkaline Earth metals.
Copper (Cu), Silver (Ag), and Gold (Au) belong to the….
Transition metal family.
Helium (He), Neon (Ne), and Argon (Ar) belong to the…
The Noble Gas family.
Lithium (Li), Sodium (Na), and Potassium (K) belong to the…
Alkali metal family
Carbon (C), Nitrogen (N), Oxygen (O), & Hydrogen (H) all belong to the…
“Organic Element” family.
Remember, Hydrogen is the only non-metal element on the metal side of the P. Table!!!
Boron(B), Silicon (Si), Germanium (Ge) & Arsenic (As) all belong to the…
Elements are named in one of five ways…
What are the two languages that element names can originate from?
Greek and Latin
Greek = Phosphorus (Phosphoros)
Greek = Hydrogen (Hydros)
Latin = Iron (Ferrum)
Latin = Copper (Cuprum)
Elements are named in one of five ways.
How were these elements named: Einsteinium (Es), Mendelevium (Md), Bohrium (Bh)?
In honor of the famous scientists
Elements get there names in one of five ways.
Californium (Cr), Francium (Fr), and Amercium (Am) get there name after…
The place in which they were found or created.
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…