Addison Wesley Chemistry 11 by Geoff Rayner-Canham et el.

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Contents Previous Section Next Section Quit elements. For example, oxygen gas combines with flammable hydrogen gas to give water, the most important liquid on the planet. The properties of water are totally unlike those of either oxygen or hydrogen. And what determines whether a compound is a solid, liquid, or gas? It is the way in which atoms combine. In fact, there are two very different ways in which atoms can form compounds. The way atoms combine determines the properties that the compound will possess.

Your introduction should include a definition of the problem(s) or research question(s). You should formulate hypothesis(es) about the relative reactivity of the elements based on their positions in the periodic table. Identify the relevant data you will gather to answer your research question(s). You should include any background information that is pertinent to your hypothesis(es). Outline how you will gather the necessary data, indicating any assumptions you are making. 21. Melting points and boiling points show periodic trends.

Explain your answers. 7. Predict which metal you would expect to be the most reactive in the periodic table. 8. Describe how you can tell if the reactions created a chemical change and not just a physical change. Extending 9. Mark on a periodic table the locations of the elements with a density greater than 15 gиcmϪ3. Record their densities and melting points. Contents Previous Section Next Section Quit C H A P T E R S U M M A RY Key Terms actinoid alkali metal alkaline-earth metal atomic number atomic radius electron affinity electron configuration electronegativity group half-life halogen ion ionization energy isotope lanthanoid noble gas periodic law periodic trend period radioactivity radioisotope relative atomic mass semi-metal transition metal Essential Understandings { Recognizing patterns is an important skill for scientists and helps them to make discoveries and search for answers.

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