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Mendeleev's Arrangement
arranged according to similar properties
periods
Alkali metals
a single electron in te outermost energy level (1 valence e-)
Alkali earth Metals
bonded with oter elements in compounds
Transition Metals
good conductors of heat and electricity
Luster
shininess
ductile
drawn into thin wires
malleable
hammered into thin sheets
corrosion
gradually wearing away of a metal due to the chemical reation in which the metal element is charged into a mettalic compound
Brono Family
3 valence e-
corrosion
gradually wearing away of a metal due to the chemical reation in which the metal element is charged into a mettalic compound
Boron Family
3 valence e-
Carbon Family
4 valence e-
Nitrogen Family
5 valence e-
Oxygen Family
6 valence e-
Halogen Family
7 valence e-
Noble Gasses
8 valence e- stable
Noble Gasses
8 valence e- stable
Ionic Compound
valence e- are transfered
Covalent Bonding
valence e- are shared
Non metals
*physical and general properties of nonmetals tend to be opposite of metals
*right side of periodic table
Metalloids
*solid, metallike, conduct electricity and heat better tha metals, ductile and malleable
*middle of the periodic table
Chemical Properties of metals
*loose electron when they bond
*react chemically with water to form compounds (corrosion)