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Chemistry & Chemical Reactivity

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John C. Kotz + 3 others
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Chemistry & Chemical Reactivity

10th Edition
John C. Kotz + 3 others
ISBN: 9781337399074
Textbook Problem

Select answers to the questions listed below from the following list of elements whose symbols start with the letter C: C, Ca, Cr, Co, Cd, Cl, Cs, Ce, Cm, Cu, and Cf. (You should expect to use some symbols more than once.)

(a) Which are nonmetals?

(b) Which are main group elements?

(c) Which are lanthanides?

(d) Which are transition elements?

(e) Which are actinides?

(f) Which are gases?

(a)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: Considering the given set of elements, nonmetals should be identified.

Concept Introduction:

Periodic Table: The available chemical elements are arranged considering their atomic number, the electronic configuration and their properties. The elements placed on the left of the table are metals and non-metals are placed on right side of the table.

In periodic table the horizontal rows are called periods and the vertical column are called group.

The elements placed on the left of the table are metals which contain its last electron on s-orbital hence considered as s-block elements and the elements placed on the right side of the table contains its last electron in p-orbital which is regarded as p-block elements.

The s and p block elements together are called as main group elements.

Nonmetals: The right of diagonal elements stretches from boron to Tellurium, in group 14 to 18.

Main group elements are included from group 1A to 8A.

Lanthanides are 6th period elements from lanthanide to hafnium.

Transition elements are included in 1B to 8B group’s elements.

Actinides are 7th period elements from actinium to lawrencium.

8A group elements, nitrogen, oxygen, fluorine and chlorine are the elements occur in gaseous state.

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Nonmetals are located in the right of diagonal elements stretches from boron to T...

(b)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: Considering the given set of elements, main group elements should be identified.

Concept Introduction:

Periodic Table: The available chemical elements are arranged considering their atomic number, the electronic configuration and their properties. The elements placed on the left of the table are metals and non-metals are placed on right side of the table.

In periodic table the horizontal rows are called periods and the vertical column are called group.

The elements placed on the left of the table are metals which contain its last electron on s-orbital hence considered as s-block elements and the elements placed on the right side of the table contains its last electron in p-orbital which is regarded as p-block elements.

The s and p block elements together are called as main group elements.

Nonmetals: The right of diagonal elements stretches from boron to Tellurium, in group 14 to 18.

Main group elements are included from group 1A to 8A.

Lanthanides are 6th period elements from lanthanide to hafnium.

Transition elements are included in 1B to 8B group’s elements.

Actinides are 7th period elements from actinium to lawrencium.

8A group elements, nitrogen, oxygen, fluorine and chlorine are the elements occur in gaseous state.

(c)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: Considering the given set of elements, lanthanides should be identified.

Concept Introduction:

Periodic Table: The available chemical elements are arranged considering their atomic number, the electronic configuration and their properties. The elements placed on the left of the table are metals and non-metals are placed on right side of the table.

In periodic table the horizontal rows are called periods and the vertical column are called group.

The elements placed on the left of the table are metals which contain its last electron on s-orbital hence considered as s-block elements and the elements placed on the right side of the table contains its last electron in p-orbital which is regarded as p-block elements.

The s and p block elements together are called as main group elements.

Nonmetals: The right of diagonal elements stretches from boron to Tellurium, in group 14 to 18.

Main group elements are included from group 1A to 8A.

Lanthanides are 6th period elements from lanthanide to hafnium.

Transition elements are included in 1B to 8B group’s elements.

Actinides are 7th period elements from actinium to lawrencium.

8A group elements, nitrogen, oxygen, fluorine and chlorine are the elements occur in gaseous state.

(d)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: Considering the given set of elements, transition elements should be identified.

Concept Introduction:

Periodic Table: The available chemical elements are arranged considering their atomic number, the electronic configuration and their properties. The elements placed on the left of the table are metals and non-metals are placed on right side of the table.

In periodic table the horizontal rows are called periods and the vertical column are called group.

The elements placed on the left of the table are metals which contain its last electron on s-orbital hence considered as s-block elements and the elements placed on the right side of the table contains its last electron in p-orbital which is regarded as p-block elements.

The s and p block elements together are called as main group elements.

Nonmetals: The right of diagonal elements stretches from boron to Tellurium, in group 14 to 18.

Main group elements are included from group 1A to 8A.

Lanthanides are 6th period elements from lanthanide to hafnium.

Transition elements are included in 1B to 8B group’s elements.

Actinides are 7th period elements from actinium to lawrencium.

8A group elements, nitrogen, oxygen, fluorine and chlorine are the elements occur in gaseous state.

(e)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: Considering the given set of elements, actinides should be identified.

Concept Introduction:

Periodic Table: The available chemical elements are arranged considering their atomic number, the electronic configuration and their properties. The elements placed on the left of the table are metals and non-metals are placed on right side of the table.

In periodic table the horizontal rows are called periods and the vertical column are called group.

The elements placed on the left of the table are metals which contain its last electron on s-orbital hence considered as s-block elements and the elements placed on the right side of the table contains its last electron in p-orbital which is regarded as p-block elements.

The s and p block elements together are called as main group elements.

Nonmetals: The right of diagonal elements stretches from boron to Tellurium, in group 14 to 18.

Main group elements are included from group 1A to 8A.

Lanthanides are 6th period elements from lanthanide to hafnium.

Transition elements are included in 1B to 8B group’s elements.

Actinides are 7th period elements from actinium to lawrencium.

8A group elements, nitrogen, oxygen, fluorine and chlorine are the elements occur in gaseous state.

(f)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: Considering the given set of elements, gases should be identified.

Concept Introduction:

Periodic Table: The available chemical elements are arranged considering their atomic number, the electronic configuration and their properties. The elements placed on the left of the table are metals and non-metals are placed on right side of the table.

In periodic table the horizontal rows are called periods and the vertical column are called group.

The elements placed on the left of the table are metals which contain its last electron on s-orbital hence considered as s-block elements and the elements placed on the right side of the table contains its last electron in p-orbital which is regarded as p-block elements.

The s and p block elements together are called as main group elements.

Nonmetals: The right of diagonal elements stretches from boron to Tellurium, in group 14 to 18.

Main group elements are included from group 1A to 8A.

Lanthanides are 6th period elements from lanthanide to hafnium.

Transition elements are included in 1B to 8B group’s elements.

Actinides are 7th period elements from actinium to lawrencium.

8A group elements, nitrogen, oxygen, fluorine and chlorine are the elements occur in gaseous state.

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