The s-, p-, d-, and f-Block Elements1.What are the four sections, or blocks, of the periodic table? 2.What does each block represent?3.What do elements in the s-block have in common?4.What is the valence electron configuration of each element in group 1? 5.What is the valence electron configuration of each element in group 2? 6.Why does the s-block span two groups of elements?7.Why does the p-block span six groups of elements?8.Why are there no p-block elements in period 1?9.What is the ending of the electron configuration of each element in group 4? 10.What is the electron configuration of neon? 11.In what period does the first d-energy sublevel appear?12.Why does the d-block span ten groups of elements?13.What is the ending of the electron configuration of each element in group 3? 14.What is the electron configuration of titanium? [Ar]4s2 3d215.In what period does the first f-energy sublevel appear? period 616.Determine the group, period, and block for the element having the electron configuration[Xe]4f145d106s26p3.a.group group 5A or 15 b.period 6c.block p
•What does the principal quantum number indicate? What letter do you use to represent?•What does the orbital quantum number indicate? •Orbitals with different shapes occupy different regions. These regions are called _____. •What is the shape of the s orbital? What is the shape of the p orbital?