This event of the Periolympics is called Tug of Electrons. In this event, you will be tugging.
After beating the larger, less ionization energy containing atoms, finalists from Group 1 and 2 faced off.
All Groups will compete, the final element of each group will face off against other groups.
After intense tugging over 2 days, the finalists had unmatched energy and Fluorine won
And from the P block, Fluorine is our winner!
In the analysis room
It seems that the smaller the valence of the atom, the higher the chance of victory. As you move to the right and up, it can hold its electron closer and attract the opponents electrons toward itself more efficiently!
Attraction Trends Among all elements, the larger atoms are losing their electron tug quicker than the smaller atoms
Attraction of opponents electron
It feels wrong, I need to end this, it looks like Fluorine is favoured
Increasing Valence Shells
S, P and D Block Stats
Ohhh, woah, what? How?
At the awarding cermony later that day....
During the matches with Fluorine, I noticed that Fluorines nucleus had a quite a strong pull. I noticed that since it only needed one more electron, and its valence shell was small, it's nucleus was able to attract the electrons a lot more easily. On further investigation, I saw that Fluorine was able to condense its core a lot more based on the fact that its electrons are closer to its nucleus. It was also able to attract its opponents electrons more efficiently This event was designed for Fluorine!