Periodic Trends and Atomic Radius Review

For this review you will use the information provided below and do the following:

  1. Organize the information in a chart.
  2. Make an atomic radius vs atomic number graph. ( Make sure to label your Y and X axis correctly and give your graph an appropriate title.)

Information:

  • sunflower orbitals.jpgHydrogen, 1 proton, atomic radius 37 picometers
  • Helium, 2 protons, atomic radius 32 picometers
  • Lithium, 3 protons, atomic radius 152 picometers
  • Beryllium, 4 protons, atomic radius  111 picometers
  • Boron, 5 protons,atomic radius 88 picometers
  • Carbon, 6 protons, atomic radius 77 picometers
  • Nitrogen, 7 protons, atomic radius 70 picometers
  • Oxygen, 8 protons, atomic radius 66 picometers
  • Fluorine, 9 protons, atomic radius 64 picometers
  • Neon, 10 protons, atomic radius 70 picometers
  • Sodium, 11 protons, atomic radius 186 picometers
  • Magnesium, 12 protons, atomic radius 160 picometers
  • Aluminum, 13 protons, atomic radius 143 picometers
  • Silicon, 14 protons, atomic radius 143 picometers
  • Phosphorus, 15 protons, atomic radius 110 picometers
  • Sulfur, 16 protons, atomic radius 104 picometers
  • Chlorine, 17 protons, atomic radius 99 picometers
  • Argon, 18 protons, atomic radius 94 picometers

DUE: MONDAY FEB. 13th – There will be a second part to this homework in the class
room, so make sure to complete this part and bring it in.
🙂

 

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