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Properties of Periodic Table Groups - Chapter Summary
This chapter is designed to help individuals with a little or a lot of knowledge about the properties of periodic table groups gain full comprehension. Lessons provide in-depth analyses of the principles and methods of extraction and isolation of elements, enabling you to fill in any gaps in your existing knowledge. Once you've completed this entire chapter, you will have the ability to do the following:
- Describe the methods and principles of copper, aluminum, iron and zinc extraction
- Define and list the properties of group 5A elements
- Identify common properties and characteristics of chalcogens
- List the properties of halogens
- Explain the uses and properties of noble gases
- Provide details about the properties of d- and f-block elements
- Share the rules for assigning oxidation numbers in ionic and covalent compounds
If you're short on time and need to fit your study of the properties of periodic table groups into a busy schedule, this chapter can meet your unique needs. All resources are accessible 24/7 from any computer, smartphone or tablet with an Internet connection. Select any number of lessons to review, navigate them in your sequence your choice, and revisit them as often as you'd like. When ready, test your understanding of the lessons by taking multiple-choice quizzes and a comprehensive chapter exam.
1. Extraction of Aluminum, Copper, Zinc & Iron
This lesson will talk about extraction of some metals like aluminum, copper, zinc and iron. It will discuss some processes like electrolysis, carbon reduction and self reduction.
2. Group 5A Elements: Definition & Properties
The group 5A elements aren't as recognizable as other elements on the periodic table, but they are important nonetheless. This lesson will examine properties they share and will give some examples of why this group is so important.
3. Chalcogens (Group 6A Elements): Definition & Properties
Some can kill you, some are useful, and one is vital to your survival. Welcome to the chalcogens! This lesson will list common properties, and will then share some uses and characteristics of these diverse Group 6A elements.
4. Halogens (Group 7A Elements): Definition & Properties
The halogens are a group of non-metals that share several properties. This lesson will examine these properties and will also look at the many uses of these group 7A elements.
5. Noble Gases (Group 8A Elements): Definition & Properties
The noble gases are an inert group of elements with some fun and fascinating uses. This lesson will explore the properties that the noble gases share and will look at some of their uses.
6. D-Block Elements: Properties & Electron Configuration
In this lesson, we'll explore the d-block elements, which are the transitional elements situated in the center of the periodic table of elements. Read on to learn about this block of elements as well as how they behave.
7. F-Block Elements on the Periodic Table: Properties & Overview
The periodic table is a highly organized collection of the basic characteristics for all elements known to man. The atomic structure and characteristics of f-block elements are somewhat mysterious. Here's why.
8. Assigning Oxidation Numbers to Elements in a Chemical Formula
Learn the importance of oxidation in chemical reactions. Discover the rules for assigning oxidation numbers in both covalent compounds and ionic compounds. Learn how to assign the oxidation number for each element in a chemical formula.
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