C4 Chemical Patterns

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  • C4: Chemical Patterns
    • Periodic Table
      • Interpreting
        • RAM (Relative Atomic Mass)
        • Proton Number
        • Across the Table = Periods
        • Up and down the table = Groups
        • Atomic Structure
          • Protons
          • Neutrons (No charge)
          • Electrons
    • Ionic Bonding
      • when a element gains a an electron it is positively charged where as the element that has gained a electron is negatively charged
    • Group 7
      • Re activity
        • Re activity decreases. electricity bond is weaker. (Opposite to Group 1)
    • Group 1
      • Reactivity
        • If you go from Lithium to Sodium to Potassium the electricity bond gets weaker and weaker between the negative electrons and the positive protons.
          • Re activity increases as you go down the group.
      • Reaction
        • Oxygen
          • Tarnishes in moist air
        • Chlorine
          • Colorless crystalline salt (when reacted with Group 1)
        • Water
          • Lithium = Fizzing
          • Sodium = Violent fizzing
          • Potassium = Flame

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