C3 Periodic table quiz

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What are the names of the scientists who helped develop the modern periodic table?
Newland and Mendeleev
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Describe the table made by Newland
The law of Octaves, which was ordered according to relative atomic mass
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Why were there gaps in the last version of the table?
So the elements were in the correct group
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What do groups mean in the modern periodic table?
How many electrons there are on the highest occupied energy level
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What do periods mean in the modern periodic table?
How many energy levels there are.
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Name the physical properties of alkali metals.
Very soft and low densities
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What are the products when alkali metals react with water?
Hydroxides and hydrogen
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What are the physical properties of transition metals?
Ductile, maleable, sonorous, high melting and boiling points
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What are the chemical properties of transition metals?
Form brightly coloured compounds, can form differently charged ions
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What is the trend in reactivity of the halogens?
As you go down group 7, they become less reactive
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How can this trend in reactivity be proved using displacement reactions?
More reactive halogens displace less reactive halogens
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What are the physical properties of halogens?
Brittle when solid, bad conductors of heat and electricity
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How would potassium react with water?
Move, fizz, ignite
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Alakali metals react with non-metals to form what?
Ionic compunds
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