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Copper 1

Cuprous

2

Copper 2

Cupric

3

Iron 2

Ferrous

4

Iron 3

Ferric

5

Lead 2

Plumbous

6

Lead 4

Plumbic

7

Mercury 1

Mercurous

8

Mercury 2

Mercuric

9

Tin 4

Stannic

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What card game did Mendeleev the base the periodic table on

Solitaire

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Rows and columns are called

Periods and groups

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What do elements in the same period have in common

Same number of atomic orbitals

13

Families in the table?

Alkali, halogens, noble gas

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Alkali and halogens make what

Salt

15

Alkali metals are?

The most reactive metals

16

Halogens are?

The most reactive nonmetals

17

What are the least reactive nonmetals

Noble gases

18

Three magnetic metals

Iron, cobalt, nickel

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If an ion is positive it is?

Cation

20

Is an ion is negative it is?

Anion

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Atomic radius definition

Half the distance between neighboring nuclei

22

Ionization energy definition

Amount of energy required to remove a valence electron from an Atom in gas phase

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Electronegativity definition?

Ability of an Adam to attract electrons in Bond

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Positive ions are always?

Smaller than the neutral atom because you are losing the valence shell

25

Negative ions are always?

Large because you’re adding electrons

26

Ionization energy

As you go down a group, the ionization energy

Decreases

27

Ionization energy

As you go across a period the ionization energy

Increases

28

Atomic radius

As you go across a period the atomic radius gets

Smaller

29

Atomic radius

As you go down a group the atomic radius gets

Larger

30

Electronegativity

As you move down a group the electronegativity

Decreases

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Electronegativity

As you move across a period electronegativity

Increases

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CrO4^2-

Chromate

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C2O4^2-

Oxalate

34

SO4^2-

Sulfate

35

CO3^2-

Carbonate

36

ClO^-

Hypochlorite

37

HPO4^2-

Hydrogen phosphate

38

ClO^2-

Chlorite

39

NH4^+

Ammonium

40

ClO3^-

Chlorate

41

CN^-

Cyanide

42

OH^-

Hydroxide

43

NO3^-

Nitrate

44

PO3^3-

Phosphate

45

ChCOO^-

Acetate

46

Hydrogen carbonate/bicarbonate

HCO3^-

47

Hydrogen Sulfate/Bisulfate

HSO4^-

48

Permanganate

MnO4^-

49

Dichromate

Cr2O7^2-

50

Bromate

BrO3^-

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Sulfite

SO3^2-

52

Phosphite

PO3^3-

53

Peroxide

O2^2-

54

Nitrite

NO2^-

55

Iodate

IO3^-

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Periodate

IO4^-