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How did Mendeleev affect the Periodic table?

-In 1869 he organised the 60 known elements by atomic mass -He lined up elements with similar properties - He left space for elements which were yet to be discovered and predicted their properties

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How is the Periodic table organised now?

-Elements are arranged according to atomic number

-In periods numbered 1 to 7 and by chemical properties in groups numbered 1 to 18

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What are groups 3-12?

Transition metals

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Define periodicity?

A trend that repeats across each period of the table

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Define electron configuration?

The distribution of electrons of an atom or molecule in atomic or molecular orbitals

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Define First Ionisation energy?

The energy required to remove 1 electron from each atom in 1 mole of gaseous atoms to make a mole of gaseous 1+ ions.

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What three factors effect the first ionisation energy?

1. Atomic Radius

2. Nuclear charge

3. Shielding

 

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How does Atomic Radius effect 1st ionisation energy?

-The greater the atomic radius, the lower the nuclear attraction

-Less enery is required to remove the electron 

- So the 1st Ionisation energy will be lower

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How does Nuclear charge affect 1st ionisation energy?

-The more protons in the nucleus, the greater the nuclear charge

-Nuclear attraction increases

-More energy is required to remove the electron

-Ionisation energy will be higher

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How does Shielding affect ionisation energy?

-Filled inner shells exert a shielding effect drecreasing the nuclear attraction

-Less energy is required to remove the electron

- So ionisation energy will be lower

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Why is there an increasing trend in successive ionisation energies?

-Successive Ionisation energy increase in value

-Once an electron has been removed the remaining electrons experience greater nuclear attraction

-So more energy is required to remove the next electron.

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What do 'jumps' in ionisation energy graphs show?

They represent a new shell so can be used to deduce group number and number of shells

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Does atomic radius increase or decrease across period 3?

Decreases

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Why does the atomic radius decrease across period 3?

-Nuclear charge increases from Na to Ar

-Same shielding but more electrons 

- so Nuclear attraction increases

-thus decreasing the atomic radius

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Why does ionisation enery increase across the periods?

- Nuclear charge increases

-Same shielding as electrons enter the same energy level

-Nuclear attraction increases

-More energy required to remove the 1st electron

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How is melting point patterned across the periodic table?

Increases from group 1-14

Decreases from group 15-18

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Why is this pattern in melting point seen in the periodic table?

  • Mpt is affected by bond strength/ structure
  • Na to Si form Giant Lattices with strong bonds between atoms
  • P to Cl form simple covalent molecular structures with weak intermolecular forces between molecules
  • Ar is a monoatomic gas
  • stronger bonds require more energy to break

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What structure do Na,Mg and Al have?

Giant metallic lattice

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What structure does Si have?

Giant covalent lattice

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What structure does P, S, and Cl have?

Simple covalent molecular

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What structure does Ar have?

Monoatomic

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