PERIODIC TABLE OF THE ELEMENT

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1. INTRODUCTION

1.1. HISTORY

1.1.1. Johann Dobereiner

1.1.1.1. Law of Triads

1.1.2. John Newlands

1.1.2.1. Law of Octaves

1.1.3. Lothar Meyer

1.1.3.1. Meyer’s Curve

1.1.4. Mendeleev

1.1.4.1. First Periodic Table

1.1.5. H.J.G. Moseley

1.1.5.1. Modernized PT

1.2. DETERMINE

1.2.1. (Period)=No.of Shell contain electron

1.2.2. (Group)=No. Of Valence Electron

2. GROUP 18

2.1. PHYSICAL PROP

2.1.1. Insoluble In Water

2.1.2. Low B.P And M.P

2.1.3. Density Low

2.1.4. Valence Electron Full

2.2. CHEMICAL PROP

2.2.1. Non-Reactive Element

2.2.2. Monoatomic Element

2.3. USES

2.3.1. Helium

2.3.1.1. Airships

2.3.1.2. Sea-Diving

2.3.2. Argon

2.3.2.1. Filament Bulb

3. GROUP 1

3.1. PHYSICAL PROP

3.1.1. SOFT METAL

3.1.2. LOW DENSITIES

3.1.3. HIGH BOILING POINT

3.1.4. GOOD CONDUCTOR

3.1.5. LOW MELTING POINT

3.1.6. SOLUBLE IN WATER

3.2. CHEMICAL PROP

3.2.1. REACTION

3.2.1.1. WATER

3.2.1.2. OXYGEN

3.2.1.3. CHLORINE

3.2.2. REACTIVITY TREND

3.2.2.1. DOWN THE GROUP

3.2.2.2. MORE REACTIVE

3.2.2.3. LESS IONIZATION

4. GROUP 17

4.1. PHYSICAL PROP

4.1.1. INSULATOR

4.1.2. DOWN THE GROUP

4.1.2.1. HIGH B.P AND M.P

4.1.2.2. SIZE +

4.1.2.3. DENSITY +

4.2. CHEMICAL PROP

4.2.1. REACTION

4.2.1.1. WATER

4.2.1.2. METAL

4.2.1.3. SODIUM HYDROXIDE

5. TRANSITION ELEMENT

5.1. PHYSICAL PROP

5.1.1. HIGH B.P AND M.P

5.1.2. HARD AND DUCTILE

5.1.3. MALLEABLE

5.1.4. DENSITY HIGH

5.1.5. CONDUCTOR

5.2. SPECIAL PROP

5.2.1. Different oxidation no.

5.2.2. Form coloured compund

5.2.3. Act as Catalyst

5.2.4. Form Complex Ion

6. ACROSS PERIOD 3

6.1. PHYSICAL PROP

6.1.1. Proton No. +

6.1.2. Force Between electron stronger

6.1.3. Size smaller due atrraction

6.2. CHEMICAL PROP

6.2.1. Basic Oxide

6.2.2. Amphoteric Oxide

6.2.2.1. Al2O3

6.2.3. Acidic Oxide

6.3. USES

6.4. Semi-Metals

6.4.1. Silicon

6.4.1.1. Transistor

6.4.1.2. Diod

6.4.2. Germanium