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1 Directions: Answer the questions with the proper information using your notes, book, and the periodic table. 1. Define a family. 2. What is a period? 3. What is the symbol for the following elements. a. Magnesium b. Potassium c. Iron d. Copper 4. What are the names of the following elements. a. C b. Cl c. Au d. Sr 5. What period are the following elements in? a. He b. Ge c. Rb d. I 6. What group are the following elements? a. Sulfur b. Ca c. Iodine d. Fe 7. Give me an atom with the following characteristics. a. Halogen b. Chalogen c. Alkali metal d. Boron e. Lanthanide series f. Alkaline Earth metal g. Transition metal h. Nobel gas

2 Directions: Use your Periodic table to complete the worksheet. 1. What is the atomic symbol for silver? 2. What is the atomic mass of mercury? 3. Ni is the symbol for what element? 4. The element that has the atomic number 17 is? 5. List the symbols for two transition metals. 6. Cu, Ag, and Au are all in what group # 7. Name two noble gases 8. Give the symbol for two halogens. 9. What is the symbol for element with atomic number 74? 10. What is the atomic mass of copper? 11. What is the last element in period 4? For questions 12-15, label the following Key box as it should appear on your periodic table C Carbon 12.01

3 6.4 c Periodic Table of Elements Directions: Use the periodic table to fill in the below chart. Element Symbol Atomic Number # of protons # of electrons Atomic Mass Rounded Atomic Mass (show work) # of Neutrons Period 1 Oxygen O = Helium 3 Carbon 4 Aluminum 5 Calcium 6 Sodium 7 Potassium 8 Nitrogen 9 Silicon 10 Iron 11 Hydrogen

4 Directions: Use a Periodic table to find the information asked for below: 1. What is the atomic number of: 2. What is the Atomic mass of: Calcium Calcium Iron Iron Gold Copper 3. How many protons do the following have? Calcium Gold Copper Iron 4. How many electrons do the following have? Gold Iron Copper 5. Does mercury have more protons and electrons than tin? 6. Is mercury a heavier element than tin? 7. Does potassium have more electrons than neon? 8. Does hydrogen have more electrons than Uranium? 9. Which has more protons, sulfur or iodine? 10. Write the symbols or the names for each of these elements: Chlorine Zn Copper Potassium Silver Na Sn Helium Iron P Ne Mercury

5 Directions: Answer the questions with the proper information using your notes, book, and the periodic table. 1. Define a family. 2. What is a period? 3. What is the symbol for the following elements. a. Magnesium b. Potassium c. Iron d. Copper 4. What are the names of the following elements. a. C b. Cl c. Au d. Sr 5. What period are the following elements in? a. He b. Ge c. Rb d. I 6. What group are the following elements? a. Sulfur b. Ca c. Iodine d. Fe 7. Give me an atom with the following characteristics. a. Halogen b. Chalogen c. Alkali metal d. Boron e. Lanthanide series f. Alkaline Earth metal g. Transition metal h. Nobel gas

6 Directions: Use your Periodic table to complete the worksheet. 1. What is the atomic symbol for silver? 2. What is the atomic mass of mercury? 3. Ni is the symbol for what element? 4. The element that has the atomic number 17 is? 5. List the symbols for two transition metals. 6. Cu, Ag, and Au are all in what group # 7. Name two noble gases 8. Give the symbol for two halogens. 9. What is the symbol for element with atomic number 74? 10. What is the atomic mass of copper? 11. What is the last element in period 4? For questions 12-15, label the following Key box as it should appear on your periodic table C Carbon 12.01

7 6.4 c Periodic Table of Elements Directions: Use the periodic table to fill in the below chart. Element Symbol Atomic Number # of protons # of electrons Atomic Mass Rounded Atomic Mass (show work) # of Neutrons Period 1 Oxygen O = Helium 3 Carbon 4 Aluminum 5 Calcium 6 Sodium 7 Potassium 8 Nitrogen 9 Silicon 10 Iron 11 Hydrogen

8 Directions: Use a Periodic table to find the information asked for below: 1. What is the atomic number of: 2. What is the Atomic mass of: Calcium Calcium Iron Iron Gold Copper 3. How many protons do the following have? Calcium Gold Copper Iron 4. How many electrons do the following have? Gold Iron Copper 5. Does mercury have more protons and electrons than tin? 6. Is mercury a heavier element than tin? 7. Does potassium have more electrons than neon? 8. Does hydrogen have more electrons than Uranium? 9. Which has more protons, sulfur or iodine? 10. Write the symbols or the names for each of these elements: Chlorine Zn Copper Potassium Silver Na Sn Helium Iron P Ne Mercury

9 Directions: Answer the questions with the proper information using your notes, book, and the periodic table. 1. Define a family. 2. What is a period? 3. What is the symbol for the following elements. a. Magnesium b. Potassium c. Iron d. Copper 4. What are the names of the following elements. a. C b. Cl c. Au d. Sr 5. What period are the following elements in? a. He b. Ge c. Rb d. I 6. What group are the following elements? a. Sulfur b. Ca c. Iodine d. Fe 7. Give me an atom with the following characteristics. a. Halogen b. Chalogen c. Alkali metal d. Boron e. Lanthanide series f. Alkaline Earth metal g. Transition metal h. Nobel gas

10 Directions: Use your Periodic table to complete the worksheet. 1. What is the atomic symbol for silver? 2. What is the atomic mass of mercury? 3. Ni is the symbol for what element? 4. The element that has the atomic number 17 is? 5. List the symbols for two transition metals. 6. Cu, Ag, and Au are all in what group # 7. Name two noble gases 8. Give the symbol for two halogens. 9. What is the symbol for element with atomic number 74? 10. What is the atomic mass of copper? 11. What is the last element in period 4? For questions 12-15, label the following Key box as it should appear on your periodic table C Carbon 12.01

11 6.4 c Periodic Table of Elements Directions: Use the periodic table to fill in the below chart. Element Symbol Atomic Number # of protons # of electrons Atomic Mass Rounded Atomic Mass (show work) # of Neutrons Period 1 Oxygen O = Helium 3 Carbon 4 Aluminum 5 Calcium 6 Sodium 7 Potassium 8 Nitrogen 9 Silicon 10 Iron 11 Hydrogen

12 Directions: Use a Periodic table to find the information asked for below: 1. What is the atomic number of: 2. What is the Atomic mass of: Calcium Calcium Iron Iron Gold Copper 3. How many protons do the following have? Calcium Gold Copper Iron 4. How many electrons do the following have? Gold Iron Copper 5. Does mercury have more protons and electrons than tin? 6. Is mercury a heavier element than tin? 7. Does potassium have more electrons than neon? 8. Does hydrogen have more electrons than Uranium? 9. Which has more protons, sulfur or iodine? 10. Write the symbols or the names for each of these elements: Chlorine Zn Copper Potassium Silver Na Sn Helium Iron P Ne Mercury

13 Directions: Answer the questions with the proper information using your notes, book, and the periodic table. 1. Define a family. 2. What is a period? 3. What is the symbol for the following elements. a. Magnesium b. Potassium c. Iron d. Copper 4. What are the names of the following elements. a. C b. Cl c. Au d. Sr 5. What period are the following elements in? a. He b. Ge c. Rb d. I 6. What group are the following elements? a. Sulfur b. Ca c. Iodine d. Fe 7. Give me an atom with the following characteristics. a. Halogen b. Chalogen c. Alkali metal d. Boron e. Lanthanide series f. Alkaline Earth metal g. Transition metal h. Nobel gas

14 Directions: Use your Periodic table to complete the worksheet. 1. What is the atomic symbol for silver? 2. What is the atomic mass of mercury? 3. Ni is the symbol for what element? 4. The element that has the atomic number 17 is? 5. List the symbols for two transition metals. 6. Cu, Ag, and Au are all in what group # 7. Name two noble gases 8. Give the symbol for two halogens. 9. What is the symbol for element with atomic number 74? 10. What is the atomic mass of copper? 11. What is the last element in period 4? For questions 12-15, label the following Key box as it should appear on your periodic table C Carbon 12.01

15 6.4 c Periodic Table of Elements Directions: Use the periodic table to fill in the below chart. Element Symbol Atomic Number # of protons # of electrons Atomic Mass Rounded Atomic Mass (show work) # of Neutrons Period 1 Oxygen O = Helium 3 Carbon 4 Aluminum 5 Calcium 6 Sodium 7 Potassium 8 Nitrogen 9 Silicon 10 Iron 11 Hydrogen

16 Directions: Use a Periodic table to find the information asked for below: 1. What is the atomic number of: 2. What is the Atomic mass of: Calcium Calcium Iron Iron Gold Copper 3. How many protons do the following have? Calcium Gold Copper Iron 4. How many electrons do the following have? Gold Iron Copper 5. Does mercury have more protons and electrons than tin? 6. Is mercury a heavier element than tin? 7. Does potassium have more electrons than neon? 8. Does hydrogen have more electrons than Uranium? 9. Which has more protons, sulfur or iodine? 10. Write the symbols or the names for each of these elements: Chlorine Zn Copper Potassium Silver Na Sn Helium Iron P Ne Mercury

17 Directions: Answer the questions with the proper information using your notes, book, and the periodic table. 1. Define a family. 2. What is a period? 3. What is the symbol for the following elements. a. Magnesium b. Potassium c. Iron d. Copper 4. What are the names of the following elements. a. C b. Cl c. Au d. Sr 5. What period are the following elements in? a. He b. Ge c. Rb d. I 6. What group are the following elements? a. Sulfur b. Ca c. Iodine d. Fe 7. Give me an atom with the following characteristics. a. Halogen b. Chalogen c. Alkali metal d. Boron e. Lanthanide series f. Alkaline Earth metal g. Transition metal h. Nobel gas

18 Directions: Use your Periodic table to complete the worksheet. 1. What is the atomic symbol for silver? 2. What is the atomic mass of mercury? 3. Ni is the symbol for what element? 4. The element that has the atomic number 17 is? 5. List the symbols for two transition metals. 6. Cu, Ag, and Au are all in what group # 7. Name two noble gases 8. Give the symbol for two halogens. 9. What is the symbol for element with atomic number 74? 10. What is the atomic mass of copper? 11. What is the last element in period 4? For questions 12-15, label the following Key box as it should appear on your periodic table C Carbon 12.01

19 6.4 c Periodic Table of Elements Directions: Use the periodic table to fill in the below chart. Element Symbol Atomic Number # of protons # of electrons Atomic Mass Rounded Atomic Mass (show work) # of Neutrons Period 1 Oxygen O = Helium 3 Carbon 4 Aluminum 5 Calcium 6 Sodium 7 Potassium 8 Nitrogen 9 Silicon 10 Iron 11 Hydrogen

20 Directions: Use a Periodic table to find the information asked for below: 1. What is the atomic number of: 2. What is the Atomic mass of: Calcium Calcium Iron Iron Gold Copper 3. How many protons do the following have? Calcium Gold Copper Iron 4. How many electrons do the following have? Gold Iron Copper 5. Does mercury have more protons and electrons than tin? 6. Is mercury a heavier element than tin? 7. Does potassium have more electrons than neon? 8. Does hydrogen have more electrons than Uranium? 9. Which has more protons, sulfur or iodine? 10. Write the symbols or the names for each of these elements: Chlorine Zn Copper Potassium Silver Na Sn Helium Iron P Ne Mercury

21 Directions: Answer the questions with the proper information using your notes, book, and the periodic table. 1. Define a family. 2. What is a period? 3. What is the symbol for the following elements. a. Magnesium b. Potassium c. Iron d. Copper 4. What are the names of the following elements. a. C b. Cl c. Au d. Sr 5. What period are the following elements in? a. He b. Ge c. Rb d. I 6. What group are the following elements? a. Sulfur b. Ca c. Iodine d. Fe 7. Give me an atom with the following characteristics. a. Halogen b. Chalogen c. Alkali metal d. Boron e. Lanthanide series f. Alkaline Earth metal g. Transition metal h. Nobel gas

22 Directions: Use your Periodic table to complete the worksheet. 1. What is the atomic symbol for silver? 2. What is the atomic mass of mercury? 3. Ni is the symbol for what element? 4. The element that has the atomic number 17 is? 5. List the symbols for two transition metals. 6. Cu, Ag, and Au are all in what group # 7. Name two noble gases 8. Give the symbol for two halogens. 9. What is the symbol for element with atomic number 74? 10. What is the atomic mass of copper? 11. What is the last element in period 4? For questions 12-15, label the following Key box as it should appear on your periodic table C Carbon 12.01

23 6.4 c Periodic Table of Elements Directions: Use the periodic table to fill in the below chart. Element Symbol Atomic Number # of protons # of electrons Atomic Mass Rounded Atomic Mass (show work) # of Neutrons Period 1 Oxygen O = Helium 3 Carbon 4 Aluminum 5 Calcium 6 Sodium 7 Potassium 8 Nitrogen 9 Silicon 10 Iron 11 Hydrogen

24 Directions: Use a Periodic table to find the information asked for below: 1. What is the atomic number of: 2. What is the Atomic mass of: Calcium Calcium Iron Iron Gold Copper 3. How many protons do the following have? Calcium Gold Copper Iron 4. How many electrons do the following have? Gold Iron Copper 5. Does mercury have more protons and electrons than tin? 6. Is mercury a heavier element than tin? 7. Does potassium have more electrons than neon? 8. Does hydrogen have more electrons than Uranium? 9. Which has more protons, sulfur or iodine? 10. Write the symbols or the names for each of these elements: Chlorine Zn Copper Potassium Silver Na Sn Helium Iron P Ne Mercury

25 Directions: Answer the questions with the proper information using your notes, book, and the periodic table. 1. Define a family. 2. What is a period? 3. What is the symbol for the following elements. a. Magnesium b. Potassium c. Iron d. Copper 4. What are the names of the following elements. a. C b. Cl c. Au d. Sr 5. What period are the following elements in? a. He b. Ge c. Rb d. I 6. What group are the following elements? a. Sulfur b. Ca c. Iodine d. Fe 7. Give me an atom with the following characteristics. a. Halogen b. Chalogen c. Alkali metal d. Boron e. Lanthanide series f. Alkaline Earth metal g. Transition metal h. Nobel gas

26 Directions: Use your Periodic table to complete the worksheet. 1. What is the atomic symbol for silver? 2. What is the atomic mass of mercury? 3. Ni is the symbol for what element? 4. The element that has the atomic number 17 is? 5. List the symbols for two transition metals. 6. Cu, Ag, and Au are all in what group # 7. Name two noble gases 8. Give the symbol for two halogens. 9. What is the symbol for element with atomic number 74? 10. What is the atomic mass of copper? 11. What is the last element in period 4? For questions 12-15, label the following Key box as it should appear on your periodic table C Carbon 12.01

27 6.4 c Periodic Table of Elements Directions: Use the periodic table to fill in the below chart. Element Symbol Atomic Number # of protons # of electrons Atomic Mass Rounded Atomic Mass (show work) # of Neutrons Period 1 Oxygen O = Helium 3 Carbon 4 Aluminum 5 Calcium 6 Sodium 7 Potassium 8 Nitrogen 9 Silicon 10 Iron 11 Hydrogen

28 Directions: Use a Periodic table to find the information asked for below: 1. What is the atomic number of: 2. What is the Atomic mass of: Calcium Calcium Iron Iron Gold Copper 3. How many protons do the following have? Calcium Gold Copper Iron 4. How many electrons do the following have? Gold Iron Copper 5. Does mercury have more protons and electrons than tin? 6. Is mercury a heavier element than tin? 7. Does potassium have more electrons than neon? 8. Does hydrogen have more electrons than Uranium? 9. Which has more protons, sulfur or iodine? 10. Write the symbols or the names for each of these elements: Chlorine Zn Copper Potassium Silver Na Sn Helium Iron P Ne Mercury

29 Directions: Answer the questions with the proper information using your notes, book, and the periodic table. 1. Define a family. 2. What is a period? 3. What is the symbol for the following elements. a. Magnesium b. Potassium c. Iron d. Copper 4. What are the names of the following elements. a. C b. Cl c. Au d. Sr 5. What period are the following elements in? a. He b. Ge c. Rb d. I 6. What group are the following elements? a. Sulfur b. Ca c. Iodine d. Fe 7. Give me an atom with the following characteristics. a. Halogen b. Chalogen c. Alkali metal d. Boron e. Lanthanide series f. Alkaline Earth metal g. Transition metal h. Nobel gas

30 Directions: Use your Periodic table to complete the worksheet. 1. What is the atomic symbol for silver? 2. What is the atomic mass of mercury? 3. Ni is the symbol for what element? 4. The element that has the atomic number 17 is? 5. List the symbols for two transition metals. 6. Cu, Ag, and Au are all in what group # 7. Name two noble gases 8. Give the symbol for two halogens. 9. What is the symbol for element with atomic number 74? 10. What is the atomic mass of copper? 11. What is the last element in period 4? For questions 12-15, label the following Key box as it should appear on your periodic table C Carbon 12.01

31 6.4 c Periodic Table of Elements Directions: Use the periodic table to fill in the below chart. Element Symbol Atomic Number # of protons # of electrons Atomic Mass Rounded Atomic Mass (show work) # of Neutrons Period 1 Oxygen O = Helium 3 Carbon 4 Aluminum 5 Calcium 6 Sodium 7 Potassium 8 Nitrogen 9 Silicon 10 Iron 11 Hydrogen

32 Directions: Use a Periodic table to find the information asked for below: 1. What is the atomic number of: 2. What is the Atomic mass of: Calcium Calcium Iron Iron Gold Copper 3. How many protons do the following have? Calcium Gold Copper Iron 4. How many electrons do the following have? Gold Iron Copper 5. Does mercury have more protons and electrons than tin? 6. Is mercury a heavier element than tin? 7. Does potassium have more electrons than neon? 8. Does hydrogen have more electrons than Uranium? 9. Which has more protons, sulfur or iodine? 10. Write the symbols or the names for each of these elements: Chlorine Zn Copper Potassium Silver Na Sn Helium Iron P Ne Mercury

33 Directions: Answer the questions with the proper information using your notes, book, and the periodic table. 1. Define a family. 2. What is a period? 3. What is the symbol for the following elements. a. Magnesium b. Potassium c. Iron d. Copper 4. What are the names of the following elements. a. C b. Cl c. Au d. Sr 5. What period are the following elements in? a. He b. Ge c. Rb d. I 6. What group are the following elements? a. Sulfur b. Ca c. Iodine d. Fe 7. Give me an atom with the following characteristics. a. Halogen b. Chalogen c. Alkali metal d. Boron e. Lanthanide series f. Alkaline Earth metal g. Transition metal h. Nobel gas

34 Directions: Use your Periodic table to complete the worksheet. 1. What is the atomic symbol for silver? 2. What is the atomic mass of mercury? 3. Ni is the symbol for what element? 4. The element that has the atomic number 17 is? 5. List the symbols for two transition metals. 6. Cu, Ag, and Au are all in what group # 7. Name two noble gases 8. Give the symbol for two halogens. 9. What is the symbol for element with atomic number 74? 10. What is the atomic mass of copper? 11. What is the last element in period 4? For questions 12-15, label the following Key box as it should appear on your periodic table C Carbon 12.01

35 6.4 c Periodic Table of Elements Directions: Use the periodic table to fill in the below chart. Element Symbol Atomic Number # of protons # of electrons Atomic Mass Rounded Atomic Mass (show work) # of Neutrons Period 1 Oxygen O = Helium 3 Carbon 4 Aluminum 5 Calcium 6 Sodium 7 Potassium 8 Nitrogen 9 Silicon 10 Iron 11 Hydrogen

36 Directions: Use a Periodic table to find the information asked for below: 1. What is the atomic number of: 2. What is the Atomic mass of: Calcium Calcium Iron Iron Gold Copper 3. How many protons do the following have? Calcium Gold Copper Iron 4. How many electrons do the following have? Gold Iron Copper 5. Does mercury have more protons and electrons than tin? 6. Is mercury a heavier element than tin? 7. Does potassium have more electrons than neon? 8. Does hydrogen have more electrons than Uranium? 9. Which has more protons, sulfur or iodine? 10. Write the symbols or the names for each of these elements: Chlorine Zn Copper Potassium Silver Na Sn Helium Iron P Ne Mercury

37 Directions: Answer the questions with the proper information using your notes, book, and the periodic table. 1. Define a family. 2. What is a period? 3. What is the symbol for the following elements. a. Magnesium b. Potassium c. Iron d. Copper 4. What are the names of the following elements. a. C b. Cl c. Au d. Sr 5. What period are the following elements in? a. He b. Ge c. Rb d. I 6. What group are the following elements? a. Sulfur b. Ca c. Iodine d. Fe 7. Give me an atom with the following characteristics. a. Halogen b. Chalogen c. Alkali metal d. Boron e. Lanthanide series f. Alkaline Earth metal g. Transition metal h. Nobel gas

38 Directions: Use your Periodic table to complete the worksheet. 1. What is the atomic symbol for silver? 2. What is the atomic mass of mercury? 3. Ni is the symbol for what element? 4. The element that has the atomic number 17 is? 5. List the symbols for two transition metals. 6. Cu, Ag, and Au are all in what group # 7. Name two noble gases 8. Give the symbol for two halogens. 9. What is the symbol for element with atomic number 74? 10. What is the atomic mass of copper? 11. What is the last element in period 4? For questions 12-15, label the following Key box as it should appear on your periodic table C Carbon 12.01

39 6.4 c Periodic Table of Elements Directions: Use the periodic table to fill in the below chart. Element Symbol Atomic Number # of protons # of electrons Atomic Mass Rounded Atomic Mass (show work) # of Neutrons Period 1 Oxygen O = Helium 3 Carbon 4 Aluminum 5 Calcium 6 Sodium 7 Potassium 8 Nitrogen 9 Silicon 10 Iron 11 Hydrogen

40 Directions: Use a Periodic table to find the information asked for below: 1. What is the atomic number of: 2. What is the Atomic mass of: Calcium Calcium Iron Iron Gold Copper 3. How many protons do the following have? Calcium Gold Copper Iron 4. How many electrons do the following have? Gold Iron Copper 5. Does mercury have more protons and electrons than tin? 6. Is mercury a heavier element than tin? 7. Does potassium have more electrons than neon? 8. Does hydrogen have more electrons than Uranium? 9. Which has more protons, sulfur or iodine? 10. Write the symbols or the names for each of these elements: Chlorine Zn Copper Potassium Silver Na Sn Helium Iron P Ne Mercury

41 Directions: Answer the questions with the proper information using your notes, book, and the periodic table. 1. Define a family. 2. What is a period? 3. What is the symbol for the following elements. a. Magnesium b. Potassium c. Iron d. Copper 4. What are the names of the following elements. a. C b. Cl c. Au d. Sr 5. What period are the following elements in? a. He b. Ge c. Rb d. I 6. What group are the following elements? a. Sulfur b. Ca c. Iodine d. Fe 7. Give me an atom with the following characteristics. a. Halogen b. Chalogen c. Alkali metal d. Boron e. Lanthanide series f. Alkaline Earth metal g. Transition metal h. Nobel gas

42 Directions: Use your Periodic table to complete the worksheet. 1. What is the atomic symbol for silver? 2. What is the atomic mass of mercury? 3. Ni is the symbol for what element? 4. The element that has the atomic number 17 is? 5. List the symbols for two transition metals. 6. Cu, Ag, and Au are all in what group # 7. Name two noble gases 8. Give the symbol for two halogens. 9. What is the symbol for element with atomic number 74? 10. What is the atomic mass of copper? 11. What is the last element in period 4? For questions 12-15, label the following Key box as it should appear on your periodic table C Carbon 12.01

43 6.4 c Periodic Table of Elements Directions: Use the periodic table to fill in the below chart. Element Symbol Atomic Number # of protons # of electrons Atomic Mass Rounded Atomic Mass (show work) # of Neutrons Period 1 Oxygen O = Helium 3 Carbon 4 Aluminum 5 Calcium 6 Sodium 7 Potassium 8 Nitrogen 9 Silicon 10 Iron 11 Hydrogen

44 Directions: Use a Periodic table to find the information asked for below: 1. What is the atomic number of: 2. What is the Atomic mass of: Calcium Calcium Iron Iron Gold Copper 3. How many protons do the following have? Calcium Gold Copper Iron 4. How many electrons do the following have? Gold Iron Copper 5. Does mercury have more protons and electrons than tin? 6. Is mercury a heavier element than tin? 7. Does potassium have more electrons than neon? 8. Does hydrogen have more electrons than Uranium? 9. Which has more protons, sulfur or iodine? 10. Write the symbols or the names for each of these elements: Chlorine Zn Copper Potassium Silver Na Sn Helium Iron P Ne Mercury

45 Directions: Answer the questions with the proper information using your notes, book, and the periodic table. 1. Define a family. 2. What is a period? 3. What is the symbol for the following elements. a. Magnesium b. Potassium c. Iron d. Copper 4. What are the names of the following elements. a. C b. Cl c. Au d. Sr 5. What period are the following elements in? a. He b. Ge c. Rb d. I 6. What group are the following elements? a. Sulfur b. Ca c. Iodine d. Fe 7. Give me an atom with the following characteristics. a. Halogen b. Chalogen c. Alkali metal d. Boron e. Lanthanide series f. Alkaline Earth metal g. Transition metal h. Nobel gas

46 Directions: Use your Periodic table to complete the worksheet. 1. What is the atomic symbol for silver? 2. What is the atomic mass of mercury? 3. Ni is the symbol for what element? 4. The element that has the atomic number 17 is? 5. List the symbols for two transition metals. 6. Cu, Ag, and Au are all in what group # 7. Name two noble gases 8. Give the symbol for two halogens. 9. What is the symbol for element with atomic number 74? 10. What is the atomic mass of copper? 11. What is the last element in period 4? For questions 12-15, label the following Key box as it should appear on your periodic table C Carbon 12.01

47 6.4 c Periodic Table of Elements Directions: Use the periodic table to fill in the below chart. Element Symbol Atomic Number # of protons # of electrons Atomic Mass Rounded Atomic Mass (show work) # of Neutrons Period 1 Oxygen O = Helium 3 Carbon 4 Aluminum 5 Calcium 6 Sodium 7 Potassium 8 Nitrogen 9 Silicon 10 Iron 11 Hydrogen

48 Directions: Use a Periodic table to find the information asked for below: 1. What is the atomic number of: 2. What is the Atomic mass of: Calcium Calcium Iron Iron Gold Copper 3. How many protons do the following have? Calcium Gold Copper Iron 4. How many electrons do the following have? Gold Iron Copper 5. Does mercury have more protons and electrons than tin? 6. Is mercury a heavier element than tin? 7. Does potassium have more electrons than neon? 8. Does hydrogen have more electrons than Uranium? 9. Which has more protons, sulfur or iodine? 10. Write the symbols or the names for each of these elements: Chlorine Zn Copper Potassium Silver Na Sn Helium Iron P Ne Mercury

49 Directions: Answer the questions with the proper information using your notes, book, and the periodic table. 1. Define a family. 2. What is a period? 3. What is the symbol for the following elements. a. Magnesium b. Potassium c. Iron d. Copper 4. What are the names of the following elements. a. C b. Cl c. Au d. Sr 5. What period are the following elements in? a. He b. Ge c. Rb d. I 6. What group are the following elements? a. Sulfur b. Ca c. Iodine d. Fe 7. Give me an atom with the following characteristics. a. Halogen b. Chalogen c. Alkali metal d. Boron e. Lanthanide series f. Alkaline Earth metal g. Transition metal h. Nobel gas

50 Directions: Use your Periodic table to complete the worksheet. 1. What is the atomic symbol for silver? 2. What is the atomic mass of mercury? 3. Ni is the symbol for what element? 4. The element that has the atomic number 17 is? 5. List the symbols for two transition metals. 6. Cu, Ag, and Au are all in what group # 7. Name two noble gases 8. Give the symbol for two halogens. 9. What is the symbol for element with atomic number 74? 10. What is the atomic mass of copper? 11. What is the last element in period 4? For questions 12-15, label the following Key box as it should appear on your periodic table C Carbon 12.01

51 6.4 c Periodic Table of Elements Directions: Use the periodic table to fill in the below chart. Element Symbol Atomic Number # of protons # of electrons Atomic Mass Rounded Atomic Mass (show work) # of Neutrons Period 1 Oxygen O = Helium 3 Carbon 4 Aluminum 5 Calcium 6 Sodium 7 Potassium 8 Nitrogen 9 Silicon 10 Iron 11 Hydrogen

52 Directions: Use a Periodic table to find the information asked for below: 1. What is the atomic number of: 2. What is the Atomic mass of: Calcium Calcium Iron Iron Gold Copper 3. How many protons do the following have? Calcium Gold Copper Iron 4. How many electrons do the following have? Gold Iron Copper 5. Does mercury have more protons and electrons than tin? 6. Is mercury a heavier element than tin? 7. Does potassium have more electrons than neon? 8. Does hydrogen have more electrons than Uranium? 9. Which has more protons, sulfur or iodine? 10. Write the symbols or the names for each of these elements: Chlorine Zn Copper Potassium Silver Na Sn Helium Iron P Ne Mercury

53 Directions: Answer the questions with the proper information using your notes, book, and the periodic table. 1. Define a family. 2. What is a period? 3. What is the symbol for the following elements. a. Magnesium b. Potassium c. Iron d. Copper 4. What are the names of the following elements. a. C b. Cl c. Au d. Sr 5. What period are the following elements in? a. He b. Ge c. Rb d. I 6. What group are the following elements? a. Sulfur b. Ca c. Iodine d. Fe 7. Give me an atom with the following characteristics. a. Halogen b. Chalogen c. Alkali metal d. Boron e. Lanthanide series f. Alkaline Earth metal g. Transition metal h. Nobel gas

54 Directions: Use your Periodic table to complete the worksheet. 1. What is the atomic symbol for silver? 2. What is the atomic mass of mercury? 3. Ni is the symbol for what element? 4. The element that has the atomic number 17 is? 5. List the symbols for two transition metals. 6. Cu, Ag, and Au are all in what group # 7. Name two noble gases 8. Give the symbol for two halogens. 9. What is the symbol for element with atomic number 74? 10. What is the atomic mass of copper? 11. What is the last element in period 4? For questions 12-15, label the following Key box as it should appear on your periodic table C Carbon 12.01

55 6.4 c Periodic Table of Elements Directions: Use the periodic table to fill in the below chart. Element Symbol Atomic Number # of protons # of electrons Atomic Mass Rounded Atomic Mass (show work) # of Neutrons Period 1 Oxygen O = Helium 3 Carbon 4 Aluminum 5 Calcium 6 Sodium 7 Potassium 8 Nitrogen 9 Silicon 10 Iron 11 Hydrogen

56 Directions: Use a Periodic table to find the information asked for below: 1. What is the atomic number of: 2. What is the Atomic mass of: Calcium Calcium Iron Iron Gold Copper 3. How many protons do the following have? Calcium Gold Copper Iron 4. How many electrons do the following have? Gold Iron Copper 5. Does mercury have more protons and electrons than tin? 6. Is mercury a heavier element than tin? 7. Does potassium have more electrons than neon? 8. Does hydrogen have more electrons than Uranium? 9. Which has more protons, sulfur or iodine? 10. Write the symbols or the names for each of these elements: Chlorine Zn Copper Potassium Silver Na Sn Helium Iron P Ne Mercury

57 Directions: Answer the questions with the proper information using your notes, book, and the periodic table. 1. Define a family. 2. What is a period? 3. What is the symbol for the following elements. a. Magnesium b. Potassium c. Iron d. Copper 4. What are the names of the following elements. a. C b. Cl c. Au d. Sr 5. What period are the following elements in? a. He b. Ge c. Rb d. I 6. What group are the following elements? a. Sulfur b. Ca c. Iodine d. Fe 7. Give me an atom with the following characteristics. a. Halogen b. Chalogen c. Alkali metal d. Boron e. Lanthanide series f. Alkaline Earth metal g. Transition metal h. Nobel gas

58 Directions: Use your Periodic table to complete the worksheet. 1. What is the atomic symbol for silver? 2. What is the atomic mass of mercury? 3. Ni is the symbol for what element? 4. The element that has the atomic number 17 is? 5. List the symbols for two transition metals. 6. Cu, Ag, and Au are all in what group # 7. Name two noble gases 8. Give the symbol for two halogens. 9. What is the symbol for element with atomic number 74? 10. What is the atomic mass of copper? 11. What is the last element in period 4? For questions 12-15, label the following Key box as it should appear on your periodic table C Carbon 12.01

59 6.4 c Periodic Table of Elements Directions: Use the periodic table to fill in the below chart. Element Symbol Atomic Number # of protons # of electrons Atomic Mass Rounded Atomic Mass (show work) # of Neutrons Period 1 Oxygen O = Helium 3 Carbon 4 Aluminum 5 Calcium 6 Sodium 7 Potassium 8 Nitrogen 9 Silicon 10 Iron 11 Hydrogen

60 Directions: Use a Periodic table to find the information asked for below: 1. What is the atomic number of: 2. What is the Atomic mass of: Calcium Calcium Iron Iron Gold Copper 3. How many protons do the following have? Calcium Gold Copper Iron 4. How many electrons do the following have? Gold Iron Copper 5. Does mercury have more protons and electrons than tin? 6. Is mercury a heavier element than tin? 7. Does potassium have more electrons than neon? 8. Does hydrogen have more electrons than Uranium? 9. Which has more protons, sulfur or iodine? 10. Write the symbols or the names for each of these elements: Chlorine Zn Copper Potassium Silver Na Sn Helium Iron P Ne Mercury

61 Directions: Answer the questions with the proper information using your notes, book, and the periodic table. 1. Define a family. 2. What is a period? 3. What is the symbol for the following elements. a. Magnesium b. Potassium c. Iron d. Copper 4. What are the names of the following elements. a. C b. Cl c. Au d. Sr 5. What period are the following elements in? a. He b. Ge c. Rb d. I 6. What group are the following elements? a. Sulfur b. Ca c. Iodine d. Fe 7. Give me an atom with the following characteristics. a. Halogen b. Chalogen c. Alkali metal d. Boron e. Lanthanide series f. Alkaline Earth metal g. Transition metal h. Nobel gas

62 Directions: Use your Periodic table to complete the worksheet. 1. What is the atomic symbol for silver? 2. What is the atomic mass of mercury? 3. Ni is the symbol for what element? 4. The element that has the atomic number 17 is? 5. List the symbols for two transition metals. 6. Cu, Ag, and Au are all in what group # 7. Name two noble gases 8. Give the symbol for two halogens. 9. What is the symbol for element with atomic number 74? 10. What is the atomic mass of copper? 11. What is the last element in period 4? For questions 12-15, label the following Key box as it should appear on your periodic table C Carbon 12.01

63 6.4 c Periodic Table of Elements Directions: Use the periodic table to fill in the below chart. Element Symbol Atomic Number # of protons # of electrons Atomic Mass Rounded Atomic Mass (show work) # of Neutrons Period 1 Oxygen O = Helium 3 Carbon 4 Aluminum 5 Calcium 6 Sodium 7 Potassium 8 Nitrogen 9 Silicon 10 Iron 11 Hydrogen

64 Directions: Use a Periodic table to find the information asked for below: 1. What is the atomic number of: 2. What is the Atomic mass of: Calcium Calcium Iron Iron Gold Copper 3. How many protons do the following have? Calcium Gold Copper Iron 4. How many electrons do the following have? Gold Iron Copper 5. Does mercury have more protons and electrons than tin? 6. Is mercury a heavier element than tin? 7. Does potassium have more electrons than neon? 8. Does hydrogen have more electrons than Uranium? 9. Which has more protons, sulfur or iodine? 10. Write the symbols or the names for each of these elements: Chlorine Zn Copper Potassium Silver Na Sn Helium Iron P Ne Mercury

65 Directions: Answer the questions with the proper information using your notes, book, and the periodic table. 1. Define a family. 2. What is a period? 3. What is the symbol for the following elements. a. Magnesium b. Potassium c. Iron d. Copper 4. What are the names of the following elements. a. C b. Cl c. Au d. Sr 5. What period are the following elements in? a. He b. Ge c. Rb d. I 6. What group are the following elements? a. Sulfur b. Ca c. Iodine d. Fe 7. Give me an atom with the following characteristics. a. Halogen b. Chalogen c. Alkali metal d. Boron e. Lanthanide series f. Alkaline Earth metal g. Transition metal h. Nobel gas

66 Directions: Use your Periodic table to complete the worksheet. 1. What is the atomic symbol for silver? 2. What is the atomic mass of mercury? 3. Ni is the symbol for what element? 4. The element that has the atomic number 17 is? 5. List the symbols for two transition metals. 6. Cu, Ag, and Au are all in what group # 7. Name two noble gases 8. Give the symbol for two halogens. 9. What is the symbol for element with atomic number 74? 10. What is the atomic mass of copper? 11. What is the last element in period 4? For questions 12-15, label the following Key box as it should appear on your periodic table C Carbon 12.01

67 6.4 c Periodic Table of Elements Directions: Use the periodic table to fill in the below chart. Element Symbol Atomic Number # of protons # of electrons Atomic Mass Rounded Atomic Mass (show work) # of Neutrons Period 1 Oxygen O = Helium 3 Carbon 4 Aluminum 5 Calcium 6 Sodium 7 Potassium 8 Nitrogen 9 Silicon 10 Iron 11 Hydrogen

68 Directions: Use a Periodic table to find the information asked for below: 1. What is the atomic number of: 2. What is the Atomic mass of: Calcium Calcium Iron Iron Gold Copper 3. How many protons do the following have? Calcium Gold Copper Iron 4. How many electrons do the following have? Gold Iron Copper 5. Does mercury have more protons and electrons than tin? 6. Is mercury a heavier element than tin? 7. Does potassium have more electrons than neon? 8. Does hydrogen have more electrons than Uranium? 9. Which has more protons, sulfur or iodine? 10. Write the symbols or the names for each of these elements: Chlorine Zn Copper Potassium Silver Na Sn Helium Iron P Ne Mercury

69 Directions: Answer the questions with the proper information using your notes, book, and the periodic table. 1. Define a family. 2. What is a period? 3. What is the symbol for the following elements. a. Magnesium b. Potassium c. Iron d. Copper 4. What are the names of the following elements. a. C b. Cl c. Au d. Sr 5. What period are the following elements in? a. He b. Ge c. Rb d. I 6. What group are the following elements? a. Sulfur b. Ca c. Iodine d. Fe 7. Give me an atom with the following characteristics. a. Halogen b. Chalogen c. Alkali metal d. Boron e. Lanthanide series f. Alkaline Earth metal g. Transition metal h. Nobel gas

70 Directions: Use your Periodic table to complete the worksheet. 1. What is the atomic symbol for silver? 2. What is the atomic mass of mercury? 3. Ni is the symbol for what element? 4. The element that has the atomic number 17 is? 5. List the symbols for two transition metals. 6. Cu, Ag, and Au are all in what group # 7. Name two noble gases 8. Give the symbol for two halogens. 9. What is the symbol for element with atomic number 74? 10. What is the atomic mass of copper? 11. What is the last element in period 4? For questions 12-15, label the following Key box as it should appear on your periodic table C Carbon 12.01

71 6.4 c Periodic Table of Elements Directions: Use the periodic table to fill in the below chart. Element Symbol Atomic Number # of protons # of electrons Atomic Mass Rounded Atomic Mass (show work) # of Neutrons Period 1 Oxygen O = Helium 3 Carbon 4 Aluminum 5 Calcium 6 Sodium 7 Potassium 8 Nitrogen 9 Silicon 10 Iron 11 Hydrogen

72 Directions: Use a Periodic table to find the information asked for below: 1. What is the atomic number of: 2. What is the Atomic mass of: Calcium Calcium Iron Iron Gold Copper 3. How many protons do the following have? Calcium Gold Copper Iron 4. How many electrons do the following have? Gold Iron Copper 5. Does mercury have more protons and electrons than tin? 6. Is mercury a heavier element than tin? 7. Does potassium have more electrons than neon? 8. Does hydrogen have more electrons than Uranium? 9. Which has more protons, sulfur or iodine? 10. Write the symbols or the names for each of these elements: Chlorine Zn Copper Potassium Silver Na Sn Helium Iron P Ne Mercury

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