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Construction of an Alien Periodic Table Experiment #5 Chem117-518 Garrett Lucas and Colton Loehr Summary Throughout this experiment, we used the given information to fabricate a fictional periodic table of Alien elements. Using common characteristics such as gases, or common behaviors, allowed for the yielding of the periodic table as follows. Definitely not a very intensive experiment, not much lab experimentation was need considering these elements do not exist. Results: See Attached Pages Discussion: I organized the table, due to “George’s” display in which was given by atomic number increasing as molecular mass increased and aligning elements with the same characteristics in the same
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Unformatted text preview: groups(columns). As well as the break in the table from atomic number 31 to 45 to incorporate for the Lanthanides, this periodic tables as the same level of orbitals of the s-block, p-block, d-block, and the f-block, to account for their valence electrons. Metals were arranged on the left side of the periodic table modeling the actual periodic table with the gases in the p-block and noble gases in the last column to the right. Some minor changes in which I made to model same characteristics was rearranging the elements Faganite (Fg) and Karanium (Ka)....
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