Table Terms
Locations, Locations, Locations
Groups
Symbols
ID the Element

100

This is a type of element that is typically a hard, shiny solid and is a good conductor of heat and electricity.
What is a metal?

100

These are the metals that go from groups 3-12 of the Periodic Table and properties of finding valence electrons are different that other elements.
What is Transition Metals?

100

This is the number of groups in the Periodic Table.
What is 18?

100

This is the symbol For Sodium.
What is Na?

100

This element is in period 2 and has 6 valence electrons.
What is Oxygen(O)?

200

This is a type of element that is usually a gas or a brittle solid at room temperature, not malleable or ductile and is a poor conductor of heat and electricity.
What is a non-metal?

200

These are the non-metals in group 18 of the Periodic Table that are not reactive.
What is Noble Gases?

200

This is the number of periods in the Periodic Table.
What is 7?

200

This element makes Steel shiny.
What is Cr?

200

This element has 3 energy levels and 18 neutrons.
What is Chlorine(Cl)?

300

This is a type of element that shares some properties of metals and some of non-metals; located along the Periodic Staircase.
What is a metalloid?

300

These are the metals in group 1 of the Periodic Table that are the most reactive group of metals. They form a +1 ion.
What is Alkali Metals?

300

This is what an element's groups determines.
What is number of valence electrons and chemical properties?

300

This element gave plumbers their name.
What is Pb?

300

This metalloid has 6 energy levels.
What is Polonium(Po)?

400

This is the columns on a Periodic Table that arrange the elements by the number of electrons that are in the outer shell; elements are grouped by their chemical and physical properties.
What is a group or famliy?

400

These are the non-metals in group 17 of the Periodic Table that are most reactive group of nonmetals. They form a -1 ion.
What is Halogens?

400

This is what a element's period determines.
What is the number of energy levels?

400

Forms a -1 ion, used in pools to keep clean, but not Chlorine.
What is Br?

400

This metal has similar properties to Zinc and its mass is less than or equal to 112 AMUs.
What is Cadmium(Cd)?

500

This is the rows in a Periodic Table that separate elements based on their energy levels.
What is a period?

500

These are the metals in group 2 of the Periodic Table and are most likely to react with group 16 of the Periodic Table. They usually form a +2 ion.
What are Alkaline Earth Metals?

500

These are the groups that the most reactive elements are located.
What are 1 and 17?

500

This is the main metal used in the filament of light bulbs.
What is W?

500

This non-metal is similar to Oxygen and has an atomic mass less than Selenium.
What is Sulfur(S)?