Periodic Table development

In this lesson, we will describe the main features of the modern periodic table, describe early versions of the periodic table, and then compare the modern periodic table with the early periodic tables.

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Quiz:

Periodic table development

This quiz will test your understanding of the modern periodic table

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Q1.Revision: What does the atomic number represent?

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Q2.Revision: Which of these properties is used to separate a mixture during chromatography?

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Q3.What are the rows called on the periodic table?

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Q4.What are the columns called on the periodic table?

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Q5.True or false: Metals are found on the right hand side of the periodic table

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Q6.What does the group number represent?

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Q7.In the early periodic table, what was used to arrange the elements?

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Q8.How Mendeleev ordered the elements in his periodic table?

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Q9.True or false: Mendeleev left gaps in his version of the periodic table for undiscovered elements.

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Q10.True or false: Both the early versions of the periodic table, and the modern periodic table contain groups.

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Quiz:

Periodic table development

This quiz will test your understanding of the modern periodic table

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6

Question 7

Question 8

Question 9

Question 10

Q1.Revision: What does the atomic number represent?

1/10

Q2.Revision: Which of these properties is used to separate a mixture during chromatography?

2/10

Q3.What are the rows called on the periodic table?

3/10

Q4.What are the columns called on the periodic table?

4/10

Q5.True or false: Metals are found on the right hand side of the periodic table

5/10

Q6.What does the group number represent?

6/10

Q7.In the early periodic table, what was used to arrange the elements?

7/10

Q8.How Mendeleev ordered the elements in his periodic table?

8/10

Q9.True or false: Mendeleev left gaps in his version of the periodic table for undiscovered elements.

9/10

Q10.True or false: Both the early versions of the periodic table, and the modern periodic table contain groups.

10/10

Lesson summary: Periodic Table development

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