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Periodic Table of Balloons demonstrates the periodic trends of atomic and ionic radius. (Blue: Atoms; Green: Cations; White: Anions). Lines made with blue painters' tape. (Nov 2011)

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Trends In The Periodic Table - A Senior Level Chemistry PowerPoint Lesson

This 23 slide chemistry lesson package on the Trends In The Periodic Table discusses Periodic Table Properties, Shielding, Trends, Atomic Radius, Ionic Radius, Ionization Energy and Electronegativity.There is ONE video embedded into the lesson and lots of practice questions to keep your students engaged and on task throughout the lesson and the answers are included on the teacher version. It is geared towards students who are in high school chemistry, either junior or senior years. The ...

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ionic radius vs atomic radius -

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Chemistry Periodic Table Trends Guided Inquiry Lesson

This student-centered, guided inquiry lesson enables students to construct their own understanding of common periodic trends including: valence electrons, energy levels, atomic radius, ionic radius, electronegativity, ionization energy, and properties of periodic table families. Students are able to actively learn the material without lecture or note taking.

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The ionic radius of lead

Mysterious Trends on the Periodic Table Part 2 Learn about atomic radius, electronegativity, ionization energy, and ionic radius

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Ionic Radii Periodic Table

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<p>In this interactive activity from the American Chemical Society, explore patterns in the periodic table. See how the electron configurations and properties of the elements vary according to their place in the table. Investigate the patterns by plotting and comparing the elements by molar mass, atomic radius, ionic radius, melting point, boiling point, electronegativity, and ionization energies.</p>

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Calcium Element Metal (Element Photos)

Calcio (Ca)

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What Is an Ionic Radius? Definition and Trends

What Is an Ionic Radius? Definition and Trends: Ionic radius is half the distance between the nuclei of two ions that are just touching each other.