Development of the Periodic Table

In this lesson you will understand what we mean by 'properties' in science, and learn about how the periodic table has developed over time

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.What are subatomic particles?

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Q2.Which subatomic particles are found in the nucleus?

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Q3.What is the charge of an electron?

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Q4.How many electrons can fit on the inner shell of the atom?

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Q5.What does the atomic number tell us about an atom? (Choose two answers)

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Q6.How can you spot the mass number of an element from the periodic table?

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Q7.How can you calculate the number of neutrons in an atom?

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Q8.REVISION: How would you separate a dissolved solid and the liquid it is dissolved in?

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Q9.REVISION: Which of these is chemically pure?

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Question 1

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Q1.What are subatomic particles?

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Q2.Which subatomic particles are found in the nucleus?

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Q3.What is the charge of an electron?

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Q4.How many electrons can fit on the inner shell of the atom?

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Q5.What does the atomic number tell us about an atom? (Choose two answers)

Select two (2) boxes

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Q6.How can you spot the mass number of an element from the periodic table?

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Q7.How can you calculate the number of neutrons in an atom?

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Q8.REVISION: How would you separate a dissolved solid and the liquid it is dissolved in?

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Q9.REVISION: Which of these is chemically pure?

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Lesson 3 Developing the Periodic Table

This quiz will be test learning from the Development of the Periodic Table lesson AND some prior knowledge

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Q1.What is a property, in science?

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Q2.Choose the example of a chemical property:

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Q3.What does solubility mean?

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Q4.Which scientists helped develop the periodic table?

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Q5.In which country was Mendeleev born?

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Q6.What is the name of the columns on the periodic table?

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Q7.What is special about the elements in each column? (Choose two answers)

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Q8.REVISION: What does the arrow represent in a word equation?

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Q9.REVISION: Where do you find reactants in a word equation?

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Q10.REVISION: Why might a substance fizz, if a reaction is taking place?

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Lesson 3 Developing the Periodic Table

This quiz will be test learning from the Development of the Periodic Table lesson AND some prior knowledge

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

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Question 5

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Question 10

Q1.What is a property, in science?

1/10

Q2.Choose the example of a chemical property:

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Q3.What does solubility mean?

3/10

Q4.Which scientists helped develop the periodic table?

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Q5.In which country was Mendeleev born?

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Q6.What is the name of the columns on the periodic table?

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Q7.What is special about the elements in each column? (Choose two answers)

Select two (2) boxes

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Q8.REVISION: What does the arrow represent in a word equation?

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Q9.REVISION: Where do you find reactants in a word equation?

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Q10.REVISION: Why might a substance fizz, if a reaction is taking place?

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Lesson summary: Development of the Periodic Table

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