Chemical symbols for common elements once you have

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chemical symbols for common elements. Once you have identified the chemical symbol for each element, use the periodic table to determine the atomic number of each element. Hint 2. Identify the chemical symbol of the elements Match the chemical symbol to the element. Drag each item to the appropriate blank. ANSWER: ANSWER: Correct The chemical symbol for sodium, , comes from the Latin term natrium . Exercise 4.50 Fill in the blanks to complete the following table. Element Name Element Symbol Atomic Number -- 13 Iodine -- -- Help Reset Na Ti 1. Tungsten: W 2. Tin: Sn 3. Iron: Fe Help Reset symbol = Fe atomic number = 26 symbol = W atomic number = 74 symbol = Sn atomic number = 50 atomic number = 11 symbol = Na symbol = Ti atomic number = 22 Iron Tungsten Tin Does not apply Typesetting math: 100%
-- -- Sodium -- -- -- 86 -- -- 82 Part A Fill in the blanks in Element Name column of the table. Enter element names separated by commas. Enter your answers in order from the top to the bottom of the table. ANSWER: Correct Part B Fill in the blanks in Element Symbol column of the table. Express your answers as chemical symbols separated by commas. Enter your answers in order from the top to the bottom of the table. ANSWER: Correct Part C Fill in the blanks in Atomic Number column of the table. Express your answers numerically separated by commas. Enter your answers in order from the top to the bottom of the table. ANSWER: Correct Elements, Their Properties, and The Periodic Table There are more than 100 chemical elements that are identified in nature. The chemical symbols of the elements are denoted by either one or two letters. For example, the element oxygen is denoted by the letter . If the symbol has two letters, the first letter is always capitalized and the second is lowercase. For example, the symbol for the element helium is . The periodic table is the tabular arrangement of all the chemical elements that have been identified. The elements are arranged according to their atomic numbers and denoted by their symbols. This arrangement places elements of similar properties next to each other in the table. For example, metals are located on the left- hand side and nonmetals are located on the right-hand side. Semimetals (metalloids) are placed between the metals and nonmetals, and have properties intermediate between metals and nonmetals.

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