The Periodic Table    Taylor Meyer      Period 6
Who Created It?• The periodic table was  created by Dmitri  Mendeleev between  1868 and 1870.
Why Was It Created?       • Mendeleev was a         professor and claimed         that he could not find a         proper t...
How Is It Organized?• Each Horizontal row is a period.• Each vertical row is a group.• Every element in the same period or...
Element RelationshipsMetals                      Nonmetals• Alkali Metals         •   Metalloids• Alkaline Earth        • ...
NEON                         Eleme                                 nt Sym                                       b o l:    ...
Potassium                 er : 19            Numb         ic    Ato m     Element Symbol: K    Atomi          c   Mass:   ...
Chlorine    Elem        ent              Sym                 b   o l: C                           l    Atomic Symbol: 17  ...
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  • The Periodic Table

    1. 1. The Periodic Table Taylor Meyer Period 6
    2. 2. Who Created It?• The periodic table was created by Dmitri Mendeleev between 1868 and 1870.
    3. 3. Why Was It Created? • Mendeleev was a professor and claimed that he could not find a proper text book. • This was during the time when he came up with his chemical and physical theory. • He decided to develop a table of elements.
    4. 4. How Is It Organized?• Each Horizontal row is a period.• Each vertical row is a group.• Every element in the same period or group has something in common with the others.• The elements are arranged in order from smallest atomic mass to largest.
    5. 5. Element RelationshipsMetals Nonmetals• Alkali Metals • Metalloids• Alkaline Earth • Other Nonmetals Metals• Lanthanoids • Halogens• Actinoids • Noble Gases• Transition Metals• Post-Transition
    6. 6. NEON Eleme nt Sym b o l: Ne Atomic Mass: 20.17 mb er : ic Nu Atom 10Used in Neon Lights!
    7. 7. Potassium er : 19 Numb ic Ato m Element Symbol: K Atomi c Mass: 39. 09
    8. 8. Chlorine Elem ent Sym b o l: C l Atomic Symbol: 17 ss: 2 5. 45 tomi c Ma A

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