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  • Periodic Table (Predicting the Structure and Properties of the Elements)
    First, we have to locate the halogens in the periodic table. It is located at the group 17 (second from the right). Valence electrons are the outermost electrons in a particular atom which is...

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    Living things contain the element carbon. That is because many organic compounds are present in living things such as carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, nucleic acids. Organic compounds contain both...

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    Noble gases are chemically inert meaning they can exist in nature alone or chemically stable. Apparently, if you force then to react, certain amount of energy is required to attain that status....

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  • Periodic Table (Predicting the Structure and Properties of the Elements)
    Krypton is a group 18 noble gas. As such, it has a stable octet in its valence shell and is extremetly unreactive. Its electron configuration is shown below: 1s2, 2s2, 2p6, 3s2, 3p6, 3d10, 4s2,...

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    You can tell much about the valence shell electrons of an element based on its position on the periodic table. The vertical rows are called groups and they tell how many and what kind of valence...

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    I don't recommend doing this because phosphorus is a dangerous material. However, go to this link on Youtube and they show you how to obtain red phosphorus from matches:...

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    Mercury in normal conditions has oxidation states 1 and 2. Thus it can only form Mercury (I) Oxide and Mercury (II) Oxide. Although there had been a very famous propoganda in the 1970s that people...

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    I think you mean the Group VIII A elements. This group is now called Group 18. According to the Brønsted–Lowry acid-base theory, acids are able to donate protons(or `H^+` ions) and bases are...

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    Here's a more complete answer: 1) Draw a line perpendicular to the curved surface of the mirror, through the center. This is called the principal axis. The point where it touches the mirror is...

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