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Final Round

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The Periodic Table Chemical Bonding Properties of Elements Chemical Formulas Ionic Charges

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The discoverer of the 1 st periodic table.

Who was Dimiti Mendeleev?

The number of elements found on the periodic table.

What is approximately 100 elements?

The largest group of elements on the periodic table.

What are the metals?

Horizontal groups on the periodic table.

What are periods?

Having both properties of metals and non metals.

What are metalloids?

Rule that wants atoms to have “eight” electrons in their outer shell.

What is the octet rule?

Tells the number of atoms and their ratios.

What is a chemical formula?

The two types of chemical bonds.

What are ionic and covalent?

These are components of an ionic bond.

What are metals and non-metals?

Ionic charge for sodium atoms.

What is 1+?

Malleable, ductile and conductors.

What are properties of metals?

Explosive group of elements when combined with water.

What are the alkali metals?

Gases that do not react with other elements.

What are noble gases?

Elements that have varying ionic charges.

What are transition elements?

Element that is out of place on the periodic table.

What is hydrogen?

CaBr 2 .

What is calcium bromide?

Ag 2 S

What is silver (I) sulfide?

C 3 F 4 .

What is tricarbon tetrafluoride?

FeO

What is iron (II) oxide?

NH 4 OH

What is ammonium hydroxide?

Copper (II)

What is 2+?

Phosphate.

What is 3-?

Sulfur.

What is 2-?

Iron

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(NO 3 ) 3

What is 3-?

Final Category: Elements Make your Wager

These are the only two elements that are liquid at room temperature. (one is a metal and the other is a non-metal)

What are bromine and mercury?