Lab #5 Report

Lab #5 Report - Lab #5- Construction of an Alien Periodic...

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Lab #5- Construction of an Alien Periodic Table Kevin Deal William Brown 10-15-10 Using the hypothetical facts provided in the tables as well as prior knowledge of the general make up of our “domestic” periodic table, we constructed an “alien” periodic table for the alien elements given . We first cut out a square for each element with the element’s atomic symbol, mass, and type labeled on it . We then put our elements in a general order, much like the “domestic” periodic table, by atomic mass . Next, we organized rows attempting to gather common element types together on certain sections of the periodic table . We found many similarities between our elements and the elements of the domestic periodic table when doing this . The element Aggiegen, a gaseous nonmetal, behaved much like the element Hydrogen . It is a common element that forms a diatomic gas . It also bonds well with the Heldenfelon atom, which behaves much like oxygen . Heldenfelon has a tendency to combine in long chains like
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This note was uploaded on 10/05/2011 for the course THAR 281 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '07 term at Texas A&M.

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