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The Periodic
Table
Chemical
Bonding
Properties of
Elements
Chemical
Formulas
Ionic Charges
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The discoverer of the
st
1 periodic table.
Who was Dimiti
Mendeleev?
The number of
elements found on
the periodic table.
What is
approximately 100
elements?
The largest group
of elements on the
periodic table.
What are the
metals?
Horizontal groups
on the periodic
table.
What are periods?
Having both
properties of
metals and nonmetals.
What are
metalloids?
Rule that wants
atoms to have
“eight” electrons in
their outer shell.
What is the octet
rule?
Tells the number
of atoms and their
ratios.
What is a chemical
formula?
The two types of
chemical bonds.
What are ionic and
covalent?
These are
components of an
ionic bond.
What are metals
and non-metals?
Ionic charge for
sodium atoms.
What is 1+?
Malleable, ductile
and conductors.
What are
properties of
metals?
Explosive group of
elements when
combined with
water.
What are the alkali
metals?
Gases that do not
react with other
elements.
What are noble
gases?
Elements that have
varying ionic
charges.
What are
transition
elements?
Element that is out
of place on the
periodic table.
What is hydrogen?
CaBr2.
What is calcium
bromide?
Ag2S
What is silver (I)
sulfide?
C3F4.
What is tricarbon
tetrafluoride?
FeO
What is iron (II)
oxide?
NH4OH
What is
ammonium
hydroxide?
Copper (II)
What is 2+?
Phosphate.
What is 3-?
Sulfur.
What is 2-?
Iron
Not enough
information?
(NO3)3
What is 3-?
Final Category:
Elements
Make your Wager
These are the only
two elements that are
liquid at room
temperature. (one is
a metal and the other
is a non-metal)
What are bromine
and mercury?

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