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Give an example of an alloy.
Brass
Stainless steel
Bronze
Mendeleev is known for developing __________________?
The first periodic table.
an atom consists of a nucleus of protons and neucleus surrouned by______?
electrons
chemical bonds form when ______ are transferred or shared between _____?
electrons
atoms
nucleus
the tiny center core of an atom.
valence number
the farthest away from the nucleus
electron dot diagrams
made up for an symbol for an element surrounded by dots.
who developed the first periodic table?
mendeleev
what does each square of the periodic table have?
atomic number, chemical symbol, name, and atomic mass of an element.
atomic mass
the average of protons in the nucleus of an atom.
what side of the zigzag line is the metals?
the lift side
name three types of metals
alkali metals, alkaline eatrh metals, nonmetals.
define magnetic
A charactteristic of those metals that are attracted to magnets and can be made in to magnets
what side of the zigzag line can you find nonmetals on?
the right side
what characteristics do metallolids have?
metals and nonmetals
noble gases
an element in group 18 of the periodic table.