Chemistry – Chapter 6 Study Guide

December 12, 2007 at 9:47 pm 19 comments

The Periodic Table and Periodic Law

Study Guide for Content Mastery

Section 6.1
  1. octaves
  2. eight
  3. nine
  4. accepted
  5. Dmitri Mendeleev
  6. atomic mass
  7. elements
  8. atomic number
  9. Henry Moseley
  10. protons
  11. Periodic Law
  12. properties
  13. 14.007
  14. 7
  15. [He]2s22p3
  16. Nitrogen
  17. N
  18. B
  19. C
  20. D
  21. A
  22. E
  23. False – 3
  24. False – metals
  25. True
  26. False – 2A
  27. True
  28. False – noble gases
  29. False – nonmetals
Section 6.2
  1. H
  2. F
  3. N
  4. A
  5. K
  6. D
  7. L
  8. O
  9. I
  10. G
  11. B
  12. M
  13. C
  14. J
  15. E
  16. Because they share the same number of valence electrons & orbitals
  17. It tells you what energy level the valence electron is in.
  18. 4
  19. Alkali & Alkaline earth metals
  20. Because they are the only 2 that have only 2 orbitals
  21. Metals, Non-metals, Metalloids
  22. Because their outer shell is ful, doesn’t need to gain/loss any electrons to be stable, this is known as unexcited state
  23. 40
  24. transition metals
  25. Because theirs are 14 groups in the F-orbitals electron configuration
  26. Si [Ne]3S23p4
Section 6.3
  1. C
  2. C
  3. C
  4. B
  5. A
  6. A
  7. Ionization energy is the amount of energy required to remove an electron from an excited element.
  8. Because it indicates that the atom has a strong electron affinity (attraction)
  9. Increases across a row; The higher the atomic charge the stronger the hold on the valence electrons is
  10. Decrease down a group; the atomic number increases and when the valence electrons are further from the nucleus they need less energy to break off
  11. Atoms tend to gain or loss electrons until they get a full set of 8 electrons (noble gases)
  12. The electro-negativity of an element indicates it’s ability to attract electrons in chemical bonds
  13. Across a row:increases;Down a group:decreases
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