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Worksheet 2 for Grade VIII

Chemistry

Look at the Periodic Table Chapter to find the information needed to complete your worksheet
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1. How many different groups are there on the periodic table? ……………………………
2. How many different periods are there on the periodic table? …………………………….
3. What is the name for all of the elements in group VIII (also called group 0) of the periodic table?
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4. What does this line separate on the periodic table? ………………………………..
5. Which of these is the biggest group in the periodic table? …………………………..
6. Which element would have the atomic number 10? ………………………………….
7. Write three physical properties & three chemical properties of Group 1 elements.
Physical Properties

Chemical Properties

8. Write three physical properties & three chemical properties of transition elements.
Physical Properties

Chemical Properties

Look at the periodic table to find the information needed to complete the followings:
fluorine (F)

chlorine (Cl)

bromine (Br)

iodine (I)

9. Are these elements metals or non-metals? ……………………
10.Are these four elements in the same group or the same period? ………………………….
11.If your answer was “group”, what is the name of this group? ………………………….

These elements have many uses. 20. chlorine: …………………………………………… b. Colour fluorine chlorine bromine iodine 13. what is the number of this group? ………………………………. plus the number of …………… 16.Each element has its atomic number shown on the periodic table. 14.t..5 Iodine 15. How many neutrons are in the nucleus of these atoms? …………………………….So.5? ………………………….Most chlorine atoms have an atomic mass of 35. Look up each of these elements and find at least one use: a.Why do you think the average atomic mass is given as 35. 17. iodine: ……………………………………………. .How many electrons are there in the outer shell of each of these elements? ………………………………. 19.Complete the table: Element Physical State at r.. c. 18.. bromine: …………………………………………..The atomic mass is equal to the number of ……………. Complete this: The atomic number = the number of …………… in the nucleus of the atom.12.p.Use the data given to completthis table (chlorine is entered for you and the rest should be rounded up to the nearest whole number): Element atomic number Fluorine 9 relative atomic mass Chlorine Bromine 35.