Flashcards in Periodic Table Stuff Deck (40):
How many periods on the table?
Which element is named after Copenhagen?
Most electronegative and reactive of all elements?
First element to be produced artificially
Heaviest naturally-occuring nobel gas?
This guy won the nobel prize for changing the table and had an element named after him
He discovered nobel gasses and won a nobel prize
First scientific discovery of an element
Phosphorus by Brand
Element found in diamonds
highest melting/sublimation point of the elements
The origin of the name 'carbon'
Latin word carbo, for charcoal
4 most abundant elements in universe
hydrogen, helium, and oxygen, carbon
lowest melting point and boiling point of the elements
second-least reactive noble gas (after neon)
the most abundant element. About 75% of the element mass of the universe
The most common isotope of hydrogen
protium, which has 1 proton and 0 neutrons.
used as a fuel by the space shuttle main engine and was associated with the famous explosion of the Hindenburg airship
It comprises about 5.6% of the earth's crust and almost all of the earth's core.
How much of the human body is oxygen?
What color does white phosphorous glow when oxidizing?
Most abundant metal in earth's crust
Lightest metallic element
The only element in the halide family that is a liquid at room temperature and pressure is:
most abundant in solar system,
Makes up 78% of the air we breathe and is a fundamental component of proteins.
Key component of LED's and high temperature thermometers.
Very important use as semi-conductor. Also important for chemotherapy drugs.
used in fireworks
Most electro-positive and most alkaline metal.
Most abundant of rare earth elements.
The densest element of all
the most malleable and ductile metal
He devised the periodic table
Named after inventor of x-rays
How many elements on the periodic table that occur in nature
rows of the periodic table are called