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01_maingroup - The Alkaline Earth Metals The alkali metals...

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The alkali  metals The Alkaline  Earth Metals The Boron  Family The Carbon  Family Li Na K Rb Cs Be Mg Ca Sr Ba B Al Ga In Tl C Si Ge Sn Pb Group ==> column Each group has the same electronic configuration
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Periodic Trends Electronegativity? Increasing electronegativity Decreasing  electronegativity
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Electronegativity Electronegativity increases from  left to right on the Periodic Table  and decreases down a group Li Be B C N O F
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Periodic Trends Metallic character? Increasing metallic character Increasing metallic  character Ionization energy?  The ability to remove an electron Lowest ionization  energy Highest ionization  energy
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Group members (column in the Periodic Table)  have analogous valence shell configurations. Lighter element of each group has unique  characteristics Diagonal relationships exist Metallic character decreases towards F.
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