Review Electron Configurations - Review Electron Configurations Nomenclature and periodicity Electron configurations describe relative position

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Review Electron Configurations, Nomenclature and periodicity Electron configurations- describe relative position electrons may take around the atom Position on the periodic table defines electron configuration Orbital Diagrams give image of positions of electrons around atom Electrons always fill lowest energy level 1 st Electrons only fill occupy one suborbital at a time No more that two electrons/suborbital Lets Do example on handout Long Hand electron configuration (do example on handout) Short hand electron configuration (do example on handout Naming compounds/writing chemical formulas Ionic compounds metal and non-metal Metals give electrons non-metals take electrons Cross charges to write formulas Group 1 and 2 metals keep name while non-metal is changed to ide or give the name of its
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Unformatted text preview: polyatomic ion Transition metals use roman numeral in name to define its charge Example time Covalent compound share electrons Do not cross charges to write formulas Instead use prefixes to define subscripts Example time Acids when non-metal ends in ide hydrois prefix ic is suffix and add acid When non-metal ends in ate change ending to ic and then add acid When non-metal ends in ite change ending to ous and then add acid Periodicity of the periodic table Go right ionization energy increases atomic radius decreases electronegativey increases Go down ionization energy decrease atomic radius increases electronegativey decreases...
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