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End of Week 2 and 3 Chapter 2

by: Cecilia Capeles

End of Week 2 and 3 Chapter 2 CHEM 1120

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These notes are on his lecture, power points, as well as examples done out in class.
Intro to Chem for AH Science
James Collins
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General Chemistry
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Cecilia Capeles on Friday September 30, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to CHEM 1120 at East Carolina University taught by James Collins in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views.


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Date Created: 09/30/16
Chapter 2: “Atoms and the Periodic Table” ● Elements: are pure substances that can not be broken down  into simpler substances by physical or chemical means.  Metals Nonmetals High electrical conductivity that  Poor electrical conductivity  decreases with increasing temp   (except carbon in the form of  graphite) Metallic gray or silver luster  Good heat insulators (except  carbon in the form of a diamond) Almost all are solids  No metallic luster Malleable (can be hammered  Solids, liquids, or gases into sheets) Ductile (can be drawn into wires) Brittle in solid state High thermal conductivity Non Ductile  ● Groups: vertical columns ○ Group 1: alkali metals ○ Group 2: alkaline earth metals ○ Group 17: halogens ○ Group 18: noble gases ● Periods: horizontal rows ○ Metals and nonmetal and metalloids #Cecilia Capeles########################################C#e#c#i#l#i#a# #C#a#p#e#l#e#s###����(��0�#�#L��#L��(###NB6#8�ads/chemistry11209- 2########cxi#a#c#8P#�


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