# 'Vertical columns' diaporamas de présentation

## I. Development of the Modern Periodic Table (p. 174 - 181)

Ch. 6 - The Periodic Table & Periodic Law. I. Development of the Modern Periodic Table (p. 174 - 181). A. Mendeleev. Dmitri Mendeleev (1869, Russian) Organized elements by increasing atomic mass Elements with similar properties were grouped together There were some discrepancies.

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## Warm-Up: Use the table to answer to following questions.

Warm-Up: Use the table to answer to following questions. 1. How many units were imported to the United States in 1996? In 2000?. 2. How many more units were imported in 1998 than in 1996?. 3. How many more units were imported than exported in 2000?. (4-1) Organizing Data into Matrices.

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## The Periodic table

Section 1 – Arranging the Elements. The Periodic table. About 63 elements have been identified No organization to the elements Several scientists are trying to find a way to organize the elements. Early 1860’s. Discovers pattern to the elements in 1869

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## Ch.1: Matter and Change

Ch.1: Matter and Change. 1.1 Chemistry. Chemistry. study of matter and the changes it undergoes chemists use instruments to improve their ability to observe and make measurements. Chemistry. chemists work with chemicals (any substance with definite composition)

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## FAMILIES AND PERIODS

FAMILIES AND PERIODS. The Periodic Table. Mendeleev. Protons hadn’t been discovered in my time, so I didn’t know about atomic number. I arranged the elements by atomic mass. I’m Henry Mosley, and changed that in 1913, and reordered the table according to atomic number.

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## Elimination Using Addition and Subtraction

Elimination Using Addition and Subtraction. Zero pair. Elimination. We can apply the idea of a zero pair to systems of equations so that one of the variables can be eliminated. Look at the following system of equations. What do you observe?.

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## Atoms, Elements and Compounds Notes.

Chapter 6.1. Atoms, Elements and Compounds Notes. Atoms are the building blocks of all matter living and non-living. The Structure of an Atom. The Nucleus is the center of an atom made of protons and neutrons. Protons are positively charged particles within the nucleus.

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## Who Am I?

Who Am I?. Non-metal, halogen family, atomic mass 35 Chlorine 25 electrons, transition element Manganese Gas, 48 neutrons Krypton. Period 2, atomic mass 11 Boron Nonmetallic, period 3, atomic mass 32 Sulfur 26 protons, period 4, transition element Iron.

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## Metals and Nonmetals

Metals and Nonmetals. HUSTLE . Do not forget to cite! What is Volume? How do you measure Volume with Displacement? What did you learn yesterday in the Displacement Lab? . Periodic Table .

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## Ch 6 review

Ch 6 review. Who was responsible for creating the first organization of the periodic table. Moseley Dalton Mendeleev Rutherford. How was the first periodic table organized. By increasing atomic number By increasing number of electrons By increasing mass number By increasing atomic mass.

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## Chapter 6

Chapter 6. The Periodic Table and Periodic Law. Remember: The Periodic Table is Your Friend!!. The Periodic Table. Periodic – means repeating pattern. 6 .1 History of the Periodic Table. Mendeleev: Arranged the periodic table according to atomic mass

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## UML Unified Modeling Language

UML Unified Modeling Language. What is UML?. Unified Modeling Language (UML) is a standardized, general-purpose modeling language in the field of software engineering.

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## Periodic Table History

Periodic Table History. History of the Periodic Table: At the conclusion of our time together, you should be able to:. List one of the earliest contributors to the discovery of the elements Explain triads and who developed this table of the elements

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## Noguchi, K. , H. Itoh, T. Shibasaki, S. Hayashida (Nara Women ’ s University, Japan)

Comparison between tropospheric NO 2 vertical columns by GOME and surface NO 2 mixing ratio by the air-monitoring network over Japan. Noguchi, K. , H. Itoh, T. Shibasaki, S. Hayashida (Nara Women ’ s University, Japan) I. Uno (Kyusyu University, Japan),

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## PSC Chap. 4

PSC Chap. 4. The Periodic Table. In modern periodic table, elements in the same column have similar properties. John Newlands - Law of Octaves. arranged first 16 elements in order of atomic mass found that similar properties were found every 8 th element.

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## Ch3.4 Introduction to the Periodic Table

Ch3.4 Introduction to the Periodic Table. Organization of the Elements. Mendeleev: Father of the Periodic Table.

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## ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS

ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS. Sumerian Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic. as trade in ancient Sumeria expanded in the third millennium B.C., the need for making accurate records of transactions also developed

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Please get your SpringBoard books. Bellringer… …. Respond to the following quickwrite prompts in your English II spiral notebook. Your answers do not need to be in complete sentences: What are the first words that come to mind when you hear the phrase “ arranged marriage ”?

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## Matrices

Matrices. Matrix - a rectangular array of variables or constants in horizontal rows and vertical columns enclosed in brackets. Element - each value in a matrix; either a number or a constant. Dimension - number of rows by number of columns of a matrix.

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## Periodicity

Periodicity. What comes next. Make sense of the next shape. Same as the periodic table. Groups are vertical columns What do groups share in common? How about the rows?. Rows are called PERIODS.