Periodicity - 1. Draw a diagram of your periodic table. 2....

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Periodicity Pre-lab question: How were elements organized to make the periodic table? Purpose: Assume you are on the Enterprise (of Star Trek fame). Your crew has just discovered an unknown galaxy. The first world you explore is made of totally different elements from those found on Earth. After a thorough analysis, you are given a list of these elements and some of their properties. You need to organize these elements into a New World Periodic Table. Use the element cards provided to organize your periodic table. After you have done this, answer the following questions:
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Unformatted text preview: 1. Draw a diagram of your periodic table. 2. How many periods does your table have? How many groups? 3. What would be the predicted properties if a new element X was found with an atomic weight of 25.2? 4. Are there elements similar to the metals on Earth?Which are they? 5. Are there any nonmetals? 2 6. Using our periodic table can you predict the properties of an undiscovered element with an atomic number of 118? 7. What are two major differences between the two tables? 8. What are two major similarities?...
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2011 for the course CHM 1025 taught by Professor J during the Summer '09 term at Santa Fe College.

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Periodicity - 1. Draw a diagram of your periodic table. 2....

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