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3. Determine which element you would expect to have the lowest first ionization energy. a) Li b) Cs c) H d) He e) Ba 4. Identify which atom should have the largest value for electron affinity. a) He b) F c) Na d) Si e) Mn 5. The following is a list of the usual charge found on the ions of a series of elements: YϪ W2ϩ Z2Ϫ V3ϩ Xϩ State which elements are most likely to be metals. a) b) c) d) e) V, W, and X V and W X and Y Y and Z only X 8. Arrange the following elements in order of decreasing atomic size: sulfur, chlorine, aluminum, and sodium.
21. Melting points and boiling points show periodic trends. Gather suitable data to help you predict the values for the melting and boiling points of the radioactive halogen astatine. 22. Use a graphing calculator or spreadsheet to plot a periodic property. Use the software or calculator to analyze the trends in the data. Evaluate the possibility of representing the trend mathematically. 23. The graph below represents the number of elements discovered during different periods throughout history.
Blot the sliver with paper towel to remove the oil on the outside. 5. Using the tweezers, carefully drop the sliver of lithium in one beaker. Record your observations. 6. Your teacher will demonstrate the addition of sodium to water, covering the beaker with a wire screen to prevent any fragments from escaping. Record your observations. 7. Test each of the beakers with a piece of red litmus paper and a piece of blue litmus paper. Note any colour changes. Tabulate your results in the following table: UNIT 1 Matter and Chemical Bonding Order of Reactivity 1 (most) → 5 (least) aluminum 1.
Addison Wesley Chemistry 11 by Geoff Rayner-Canham et el.