1. Properties of group 1 elements
- Low density, not very reactive, react ionically with non-metals
- Low density, highly reactive, react covalently with non-metals
- Low density, highly reactive, react ionically with non-metals
- High density, highly reactive, react ionically with non-metals
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2. Why are the more reactive elements further down the group in group 1?
- The electrons are further from the nucleus, meaning there is a weaker attraction so it is easy to lose an electron.
- The electrons are closer to the nucleus, meaning there is a stronger attraction meaning it is easier to lose an electron
3. Two differences of transition metals compared with alkali metals
- More reactive
- High melting point, stronger and harder
- Low melting point, softer and weaker
4. 1 useful property of transition metals
- Easily obtained
- Good catalyst
- Highly reactive
- Poor conductor
5. What was Mendelevs idea?
- Rule of triads
- Organised elements in a repeating pattern and left gaps.
- Rule of octaves