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  • Pertab

    1. 1. The Periodic Table Savannah Montgomery period 8
    2. 2. The CreationDmitri Mendeleev created the periodictableIt was created in RussiaHe made it in 1869.
    3. 3. OrganizationThe Periodic table is organized in orderof increasing atomic weightThe vertical rows are called groups orfamiliesThe horizontal rows are called periods
    4. 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. 5. MolybdenumAtomic number: 42Element symbol: MoAtomic mass: 95.94Molybdenum is used in specializedhigh temperature application
    6. 6. Palladiumpalladium,Atomic number: 46Element symbol: PdAtomic mass: 106.42
    7. 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. 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

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