[Mokeur's] Period Table

[Mokeur's] Period Table - 1 IA 1 1.00794 2.1 H1 Prof...

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Darmstadtium 269 - - Ds 110 Hydrogen 1.00794 2.1 1+ H 1 Lithium 6.941 1.0 1+ Li 3 Beryllium 9.012182 1.5 2+ Be 4 Sodium 27.989769 0.9 1+ Na 11 Magnesium 24.3050 1.2 2+ Mg 12 Potasium 39.0983 0.8 1+ K 19 Calcium 40.078 1.0 2+ Ca 20 Scandium 44.95592 1.3 3+ Sc 21 Titanium 47.867 1.5 4+ Ti 22 Vanadium 50.9415 1.6 5+ V 23 Chromium 51.9961 1.6 3+ 2+ Cr 24 Manganese 54.938045 1.5 2+ 3+ Mn 25 Iron 55.845 1.8 2+ 3+ Fe 26 Cobalt 58.933195 1.8 2+ 3+ Co 27 Nickel 58.6934 1.8 2+ Ni 28 Copper 63.546 1.9 2+ 1+ Cu 29 Zinc 65.409 1.6 2+ Zn 30 Helium 4.002602 - - He 2 Boron 10.811 2.0 3+ B 5 Carbon 12.0107 2.5 4+,4- C 6 Nitrogen 14.0067 3.0 3+,3- N 7 Oxygen 15.9994 3.5 2- O 8 Fluorine 18.998403 4.0 1- F 9 Neon 20.1797 - - Ne 10 Aluminum 26.981539 1.5 3+ Al 13 Silicon 28.0855 1.8 4+ Si 14 Phosphorus 30.973762 2.1 5+ P 15 Sulfur 32.065 1.8 4+ S 16 Chlorine 35.453 3.0 1- Cl 17 - Argon 39.948 - Ar 18 Gallium 69.723 1.6 3+ Ga 31 Germanium 72.64 1.6 4+ Ge 32 Arsenic 74.92160 2.0 3+ 3- As 33 Selenium 78.96 2.4 4+ Se 34
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course CHE 1301 taught by Professor Klausmeyer during the Spring '08 term at Baylor.

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