M.Elizabeth Chemistry 2010-2011
Fall Semester  Sept 20 - October 1
Periodic Table Trends and Characteristics

- GUHS Solution SG word
- Textbook Chapter 5 Spectra  ppt
- Textbook Chapter 6 Periodic Table ppt
- Periodic Table ppt
- Textbook Chapter 7 Elements ppt

Atomic Emissions movie
Bright Line Emission Spectra movie
Energy Levels and Spectra movie
Periodic Trends Music video
Rutherford Atom Model Music video

Trends Graphing pdf  ppt
Trends ppt with cards word
Ionization Energy and Atomic Radius
pdf  ppt
Bohr Atom and Lewis Structures    (word)    Practice (word)  
Trial by Fire
Online Resources (Web Sites)
- Flame Test Lab link
- Electromagnetic Radiation ChemTour      
- Light Diffraction  
- Light Emission and Absorption  
- Bohr Model
- Quantum Numbers ChemTour
- Electron Configurations ChemTour
- Periodic Trends with Canadian Connections link
Chapter 5 contains the following units:
    Where exactly are these electrons?
    Light and Quantized Energy
    Quantum Theory and the Atom
    Electron Configurations

The Periodic Table of the Elements
Although the Periodic Table is primarily organized by number of protons contained in an atom of an element.  It
is further organized into groups and periods.  There are several other relationships that can be drawn from the
organization of the elements.  This is known as Periodic Law.

Chapter 6 is divided into the following units:
    1.  Developement of the Modern Periodic Table
    2.  Classification of the Elements
    3.  Periodic Trends

Groups of Elements within the Periodic Table
Chapter 7 contains the following units:
    Properties of s-block elements
    Properties of p-block elements
    Properties of d-block elements
flame test examples