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  • 1. The Periodic Table Savannah Montgomery period 8
  • 2. The CreationDmitri Mendeleev created the periodictableIt was created in RussiaHe made it in 1869.
  • 3. OrganizationThe Periodic table is organized in orderof increasing atomic weightThe vertical rows are called groups orfamiliesThe horizontal rows are called periods
  • 4. Elements relationships to each other It is split up into metals, non-metals, and semi- metals nonmetals consist of halogens, nobel gases, metalloids, etc. Metals consist of Alkali metals, Alkaline earth metals, Lanthanoids, Transition metals, Post- transition metals and Actinoids
  • 5. MolybdenumAtomic number: 42Element symbol: MoAtomic mass: 95.94Molybdenum is used in specializedhigh temperature application
  • 6. Palladiumpalladium,Atomic number: 46Element symbol: PdAtomic mass: 106.42
  • 7. AntimonyAtomic number: 51Element symbol: SbAtomic mass: 121.76It is melted down and added to leadto make bullets and batteries oralloyed with other metals.
  • 8. "Dynamic Periodic Table." Dynamic PeriodicTable. N.p., n.d. Web. 23 Oct. 2012"Visual Elements: Patterns in the Periodic Table."Visual Elements: Patterns in the Periodic Table. N.p.,n.d. Web. 23 Oct. 2012."Periodic Table." - Simple English Wikipedia, the FreeEncyclopedia. N.p., n.d. Web. 23