There is a small portion of the periodic table that you

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Problem 22SP

There is a small portion of the periodic table that you must know to do organic chemistry. Construct this part from memory, using the following steps.

(a) From memory, make a list of the elements in the first two rows of the periodic table, together with their numbers of valence electrons.

(b) Use this list to construct the first two rows of the periodic table.

(c) Organic compounds often contain sulfur, phosphorus, chlorine, bromine, and iodine. Add these elements to your periodic table.

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Solution 22SP:

Here, we are going to construct the  small portion of the periodic table that used in  organic chemistry.

Step 1:

The arrangement of these elements can be a powerful tool for understanding how they will behave in organic molecules.

Name of the elements

Atomic number

Valence electrons

Hydrogen (H)

1

1

Helium (He)

2

2

Lithium

3

1

Beryllium (Be)

4

2

Boron (B)

5

3

Carbon (C)

6

4

Nitrogen(N)

7

5

Oxygen(O)

8

6

Fluorine(F)

9

7

Neon(Ne)

10

0

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Textbook: Organic Chemistry
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Author: L. G. Wade Jr
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