Periodic Table

Periodic Table
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  • The Periodic Table By: Parker Unmussig
  • Family's are elements with similar properties 
  • The periodic table is split by groups and periods, each element is different from the other
  • Groups are going up and down, while periods are left to right
  • Metals are on the left and middle sides of the periodic table. Metals are usually shiny, solid, and are good conductors. Examples include: Copper, Iron, and Gold. uses are for many things from buildings, to rings, to machines
  • Non-Metals are located at the right of the periodic table. non-metal properties are dull, not ductile, no luster, and poor conductors. They are used for fuels and are in the air we breathe.
  • (Chlorine in pool below)
  • Metalloids look like metals, but behave mostly like non-metals. They are solid at room temp, and are shiny on the outside. But they only conduct in the rights conditions and aren't malleable 
  • Metalloids are used to make computer chips and make fire retardant plastics for rockets and other things.
  • Metalloids are found where non-metals and metals meet each other.  Metalloids are the mix between metal and non-metal
  • H2O
  • NaCl
  • Three types of Bonds: Covalent Bonds Ionic Bonds Hydrogen Bonds
  • CO2
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