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Non-metal, halogen family,
atomic mass 35
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Chlorine
25 electrons, transition element
 Manganese
• Gas, 48 neutrons
 Krypton
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Period 2, atomic mass 11
Boron
Nonmetallic, period 3, atomic
mass 32
 Sulfur
• 26 protons, period 4, transition
element
 Iron
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12 neutrons, metallic, 11
electrons
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Sodium
29 electrons, period 4
 Copper
• Atomic mass 20, gas
 Neon
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Period 5, transition element, 51
neutrons
Zirconium
80 electrons, transition element
 Mercury
• Period 4, lowest mass on
periodic tables
 Potassium
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Metallic, period 4, 20 electrons
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Calcium
Period 6, gas, 86 proton
 Radon
• 4 neutrons, metallic
 Lithium
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Period 4, metallic, 27 electrons
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Cobalt
Metallic, period 6, 56 protons
 Barium
• Gas, atomic mass 16, 8 neutrons
 Oxygen
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Mass less than 30, not neon,
noble gas
 Helium
• Period 5, metallic, 38
electrons
 Strontium
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• Vertical columns in the period
table
• Families
• Elements in families have
similar _________
• Properties
• Family of “salt-producing”
elements like the non-metal in
table salt
• Halogens
• Family in Group 18 on periodic
table
• Noble Gas
• Horizontal rows on the periodic
table
• Periods
• Each elements in a period is in
a ______ group
• Different
• Elements on the left side of the
periodic table
• Metals
• Elements on the ride side of
the periodic table
• Non-metals
• Elements in Groups 3-12 on
the periodic table
• Transitions
• Most widely used metal
• Iron
• Only liquid metal at room
temperature
• Mercury
• Most abundant element in
Earth’s crust
• Aluminum
• Odorless, tasteless, colorless
gas; lightest of all elements
• Hydrogen
• Second most abundant
element in Earth’s crust; found
in glass and sand
• Silicon
• Gas element safe to use in
balloons to make them float
• Helium
• Element contained in 80% of
known compounds
• Carbon

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