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A Presentation by Group II of III - St. Charles. We hope you learn something! :)

A Presentation by Group II of III - St. Charles. We hope you learn something! :)

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  • 1. ABUSE ME AND YOU’LL SEE! A PRESENTATION BY GROUP 2 OF III - ST. CHARLES Dayday, Florentin, Gill, Tajinderd Go, Paolo Javier, RenzCzar Matthew Teofilo eep Cezanne Randell Jerico Gerard Joshua
  • 2. Some Harmful Elements
  • 3. NITROGEN Nitrogen Aluminum Group V A 7N Silicon Group No. Atomic Number and Symbol Phosphorus Period 2 [2He]2s22p3 Sulfur Period No. Abbreviated Electron Configuration Titanium P – Block Non-Metal Gallium Category Block Platinum Lead The Uranium General Health and Effects in the PeriodicInformation Body Effects Environment Table
  • 4. H EALTH AND B ODY E FFECTS Nitrogen Aluminum Silicon Nitrate and Nitrites can cause several bad effects Phosphorus - Decrease in the oxygen carrying capacity of blood Sulfur - Decrease functioning of thyroid gland - Shortage of Vitamin A Titanium - One of the known causes of cancer Gallium Platinum Lead The Uranium General Health and Effects in the PeriodicInformation Body Effects Environment Table
  • 5. E NVIRONMENTAL E FFECTS Nitrogen Aluminum Silicon Extensive use of fertilizers disrupts the Nitrogen Cycle - Adds more amount of nitrogen than necessary Phosphorus Sulfur Nitrogen bonds are added to the environment by combustion - Causes change in the composition of animal and plants species Titanium - Nitrite is added in food and causes diseases in organisms Gallium - Can cause deaths of animals Platinum Lead The Uranium General Health and Effects in the PeriodicInformation Body Effects Environment Table
  • 6. ALUMINUM Nitrogen Aluminum Group III A 13Al Silicon Group No. Atomic Number and Symbol Phosphorus Period 3 [10Ne]3s23p1 Sulfur Period No. Abbreviated Electron Configuration Titanium P – Block Post - Transition Metal Gallium Category Block Platinum Lead The Uranium General Health and Effects in the PeriodicInformation Body Effects Environment Table
  • 7. H EALTH AND B ODY E FFECTS Nitrogen Aluminum Silicon Long lasting uptake can cause health diseases Phosphorus - Damage to the central nervous system - Dementia Sulfur - Loss of memory Titanium - Listlessness - Severe trembling Gallium Platinum Can cause lung problems when inhaled Lead The Uranium General Health and Effects in the PeriodicInformation Body Effects Environment Table
  • 8. E NVIRONMENTAL E FFECTS Nitrogen Aluminum Silicon Excessive amounts have been found in acidified lakes Phosphorus Can cause health problems for plants and animals when Sulfur accumulated Titanium Aluminum ions react with phosphates causing them to be found less Gallium Damages roots of trees in water Platinum Lead The Uranium General Health and Effects in the PeriodicInformation Body Effects Environment Table
  • 9. SILICON Nitrogen Aluminum Group IV A 14Si Silicon Group No. Atomic Number and Symbol Phosphorus Period 3 [10Ne]3s23p2 Sulfur Period No. Abbreviated Electron Configuration Titanium P – Block Metalloid Gallium Category Block Platinum Lead The Uranium General Health and Effects in the PeriodicInformation Body Effects Environment Table
  • 10. H EALTH AND B ODY E FFECTS Nitrogen Aluminum Silicon Can cause pulmonary lesions when inhaled too much - Tested in lab rats Phosphorus Sulfur Can cause chronic respiratory effects when over exposure limits - Does not cause too much harm if under exposure limits Titanium Gallium Causes silicosis to miners from too much mining - Caused by prolonged exposure to silica dust Platinum Lead The Uranium General Health and Effects in the PeriodicInformation Body Effects Environment Table
  • 11. E NVIRONMENTAL E FFECTS Nitrogen Aluminum Silicon Can be abused by too much mining Phosphorus - Carbon Monoxide - Carbon Dioxide Sulfur - Atmospheric Carbon Titanium Gallium Platinum Lead The Uranium General Health and Effects in the PeriodicInformation Body Effects Environment Table
  • 12. PHOSPORUS Nitrogen Aluminum Group V A 15P Silicon Group No. Atomic Number and Symbol Phosphorus Period 3 [10Ne]3s23p3 Sulfur Period No. Abbreviated Electron Configuration Titanium P – Block Non-Metal Gallium Category Block Platinum Lead The Uranium General Health and Effects in the PeriodicInformation Body Effects Environment Table
  • 13. H EALTH AND B ODY E FFECTS Nitrogen Aluminum Silicon Abused by the use of phosphate-manure to soil and food stuffs Phosphorus Causes kidney problems and osteoporosis when too much - Too little causes health problems Sulfur Titanium White phosphorus is the most dangerous kind - Used in rat poison Gallium - Nausea, stomach cramps, drowsiness - Skin burns Platinum - Damage to liver, heart and kidneys Lead The Uranium General Health and Effects in the PeriodicInformation Body Effects Environment Table
  • 14. E NVIRONMENTAL E FFECTS Nitrogen Aluminum Silicon Abused by the manufacturing of ammunition for armies Phosphorus Remains in deep soil for a thousand years Sulfur Emitted by mining and cultivating and also artificial phosphate additions Titanium Causes eutrophication Gallium - Growing of phosphate dependent organisms - Causes waters to become unliveable Platinum Lead The Uranium General Health and Effects in the PeriodicInformation Body Effects Environment Table
  • 15. SULFUR Nitrogen Aluminum Group VI A 16S Silicon Group No. Atomic Number and Symbol Phosphorus Period 3 [10Ne]3s23p4 Sulfur Period No. Abbreviated Electron Configuration Titanium P – Block Non-Metal Gallium Category Block Platinum Lead The Uranium General Health and Effects in the PeriodicInformation Body Effects Environment Table
  • 16. H EALTH AND B ODY E FFECTS Nitrogen Aluminum Silicon Too much sulphuric intake can cause: Phosphorus - Neurological effects and - Stomach and gastrointestinal disorder behavioural changes - Damage to liver and kidney functions Sulfur - Disturbance of blood circulation - Hearing defects - Heart damage - Disturbance of the hormonal metabolism Titanium - Effects on eyes and eyesight - Dermatological effects - Reproductive failure - Suffocation and lung embolism Gallium - Damage to immune systems Platinum Lead The Uranium General Health and Effects in the PeriodicInformation Body Effects Environment Table
  • 17. E NVIRONMENTAL E FFECTS Nitrogen Aluminum Silicon Found in the air - Causes irritation of eyes and throat Phosphorus Abused by too much emission into the air because of factories Sulfur Titanium Damages the internal organs of animals - Brain Gallium - Heart - Internal enzymes Platinum Lead The Uranium General Health and Effects in the PeriodicInformation Body Effects Environment Table
  • 18. TITANIUM Nitrogen Aluminum Group IV B 22Ti Silicon Group No. Atomic Number and Symbol Phosphorus Period 4 [18Ar]4s23d2 Sulfur Period No. Abbreviated Electron Configuration Titanium D – Block Transition Metal Gallium Category Block Platinum Lead The Uranium General Health and Effects in the PeriodicInformation Body Effects Environment Table
  • 19. H EALTH AND B ODY E FFECTS Nitrogen Aluminum Silicon Excessive exposure can cause small changes in the lungs Phosphorus - Small localized areas of dust-colored deposits Sulfur Can affect both humans and animals Titanium Gallium Platinum Lead The Uranium General Health and Effects in the PeriodicInformation Body Effects Environment Table
  • 20. E NVIRONMENTAL E FFECTS Nitrogen Aluminum Silicon Can be a fire hazard Phosphorus - Metallic powdered form Sulfur Can be an explosion hazard Titanium - When heated in the air Gallium Platinum Lead The Uranium General Health and Effects in the PeriodicInformation Body Effects Environment Table
  • 21. GALLIUM Nitrogen Aluminum Group IV A 31Ga Silicon Group No. Atomic Number and Symbol Phosphorus Period 4 [18Ar]4s23d104p1 Sulfur Period No. Abbreviated Electron Configuration Titanium P – Block Post - Transition Metal Gallium Category Block Platinum Lead The Uranium General Health and Effects in the PeriodicInformation Body Effects Environment Table
  • 22. H EALTH AND B ODY E FFECTS Nitrogen Aluminum Silicon Can be abused when taken in large doses Phosphorus - Leaves a stain on the hands Sulfur Exposure to Gallium (III) Chloride can causes afflictions - Throat Irritation Titanium - Difficulty in breathing Gallium - Chest pain - Pulmonary Edema Platinum - Partial Paralysis Lead The Uranium General Health and Effects in the PeriodicInformation Body Effects Environment Table
  • 23. E NVIRONMENTAL E FFECTS Nitrogen Aluminum Silicon Involved in the production of nuclear weapons - Holds nuclear bomb pits together Phosphorus Sulfur Contributes to water pollution - Radioactive substances Titanium Gallium Corrosive to other elements Platinum Lead The Uranium General Health and Effects in the PeriodicInformation Body Effects Environment Table
  • 24. PLATINUM Nitrogen Aluminum Group I B 78Pt Silicon Group No. Atomic Number and Symbol Phosphorus Period 6 [54Xe]6s24f145d8 Sulfur Period No. Abbreviated Electron Configuration Titanium D – Block Transition Metal Gallium Category Block Platinum Lead The Uranium General Health and Effects in the PeriodicInformation Body Effects Environment Table
  • 25. H EALTH AND B ODY E FFECTS Nitrogen Aluminum Silicon Platinum salt causes harmful effects such as Phosphorus - DNA alterations - Cancer Sulfur - Allergic reactions of the skin and the mucous membrane - Damage to organs, such as intestines, kidneys and bone marrow Titanium - Hearing damage Gallium Can be abused by too much intake Platinum Lead The Uranium General Health and Effects in the PeriodicInformation Body Effects Environment Table
  • 26. E NVIRONMENTAL E FFECTS Nitrogen Aluminum Silicon Emitted into the air by use of lead gasoline - Found In exhaust engines Phosphorus Sulfur Can be found in the air - Garbage deposits Titanium - Tunnels Gallium - Train tracks Platinum Lead The Uranium General Health and Effects in the PeriodicInformation Body Effects Environment Table
  • 27. LEAD Nitrogen Aluminum Group IV A 82Pb Silicon Group No. Atomic Number and Symbol Phosphorus Period 6 [54Xe]6s25d104f146p2 Sulfur Period No. Abbreviated Electron Configuration Titanium P – Block Post - Transition Metal Gallium Category Block Platinum Lead The Uranium General Health and Effects in the PeriodicInformation Body Effects Environment Table
  • 28. H EALTH AND B ODY E FFECTS Nitrogen Aluminum Silicon Can enter the body through the air, food, and water Phosphorus Lead can cause several unwanted effects, such as: - Disruption of the biosynthesis of haemoglobin and anaemia Sulfur - A rise in blood pressure - Kidney damage Titanium - Miscarriages and subtle abortions - Disruption of nervous systems - Brain damage Gallium - Declined fertility of men through sperm damage - Diminished learning abilities of children Platinum - Behavioural disruptions of children, such as aggression, impulsive behavior and hyperactivity Lead The Uranium General Health and Effects in the PeriodicInformation Body Effects Environment Table
  • 29. E NVIRONMENTAL E FFECTS Nitrogen Aluminum Silicon Found in gasoline and waste combustion Phosphorus Corrosion causes it to be found in water Sulfur Cannot be broken down Titanium Can influence global balances by the destruction of phytoplankton, an Gallium organism which serves as a source of oxygen in the sea Platinum Can destroy foodchains Lead The Uranium General Health and Effects in the PeriodicInformation Body Effects Environment Table
  • 30. URANIUM Nitrogen Aluminum N/A 92U Silicon Group No. Atomic Number and Symbol Phosphorus Period 7 [86Xe]7s26d15f3 Sulfur Period No. Abbreviated Electron Configuration Titanium F – Block Actinide Gallium Category Block Platinum Lead The Uranium General Health and Effects in the PeriodicInformation Body Effects Environment Table
  • 31. H EALTH AND B ODY E FFECTS Nitrogen Aluminum Silicon Abused in high levels which can cause harmful diseases Phosphorus - Kidney diseases - Develop cancer Sulfur - Damage tissues - Breaks chemical bonds Titanium Gallium Platinum Lead The Uranium General Health and Effects in the PeriodicInformation Body Effects Environment Table
  • 32. E NVIRONMENTAL E FFECTS Nitrogen Aluminum Silicon An ingredient used in radioactive bombs Phosphorus - Can release energy 400x stronger than the regular bomb Sulfur Titanium Releases radioactive materials in the atmosphere Gallium Platinum Lead The Uranium General Health and Effects in the PeriodicInformation Body Effects Environment Table
  • 33. CONCLUSION NitrogenWe know that most elements are very much essential Aluminumcomponent of the living world. However, these elements Siliconcan be harmful to human health and to the environment. PhosphorusIf these elements are used in greater concentration andbeing abused, they will be dangerous. Moreover, they Sulfurmight result to death as well as to the destruction of the Titaniumenvironment. People must be very much responsible for Galliumthe proper utilization of these elements. In addition to, Platinumpeople must be aware and well-informed about the sideeffect or the dangers that the elements give. Lead Uranium