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Chemistry Storyboard
Updated: 11/19/2019
Chemistry Storyboard
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  • Welcome back to CHC News, today is a very special day, we have our crew out interviewing random people asking them if they know Chemistry
  • Hello there, may I ask you three questions, all you have to do is define these 4 words, Periodic Law, Metals, Nonmetals, Metalloid.
  • Ok here I go, 1. Periodic Law is when elements are arranged in order of increasing atomic number. 2. Metals are conductors of heat and electricity. 3. Nonmetals are the opposite. 4. Metalloids are a mix of the two and will behave differently under different circumstances.
  • Hello Sir, may I trouble you to define a few words for me? The words are alkali metals, alkaline earth metals, halogens, and atomic radius.
  • I can try. 1. Alkali Metals are the group 1A of the elements, and Alkaline earth metals are group 2A of the Elements. And I'm not sure but I think Halogens are Group 7A of the elements, the are nonmetals, finally i think that atomic radius is the size of an atom.
  • Well 1st, I think Noble gasses are the elements in Group 8A, Representative elements are from groups 1A to 7A, Transition metals are the highest occupied level sub level. and finally I think inner transition metals are characterized by F orbitals.
  • Hello, can you help me. I need help defining these 4 words, Noble Gasses, Representative Elements, and Transition Metal, and inner transition metals?
  • Hey Doc, do you think you can help me with these five words I need to define? They are Ion, cation, anion, ionization energy, electronegativity
  • Can he just finish my surgery?
  • Well Ions are formed when electrons are transformed between atoms, cations are an Ion with a positive charge, and an anion is an Ion with a negative charge. Ionization energy is the energy required to release and electron from an atom, and finally electronegativity is the ability of an atom to attract electrons.
  • And that's that, today we remember that we went over 17 different chemistry words all relating to the periodic table. Thanks for watching!
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