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This question refers to the elements of the periodic table with atomic numbers 3 to 18.
(a) (i) Which of them are noble gases?
(ii) Which of them are halogens?
(iii) Which of them are akali metals?
(iv) Which are the elements with valency 4?
(b) An element with atomic no. 3 combines with another element with atomic number 17; what would be the formula of the compound?
(c) What is the electronic configuration of an element with atomic number 10?
The position of certain elements in the Periodic Table are shown below.
Using the above table answer the following questions:
(a) Which element will form only covalent compounds?
(b) Which element is a non-metal with valency 2?
(c) Which element is a metal with valency 2?
(d) Out of H, C, F, which has largest atomic size?
(e) Give name of family to which H, C and F belong?
Atoms of seven elements A, B, C, D, E, F and g have a different number of electronic shells but have the same number of electrons in their outermost shells. The elements A and C combine with chlorine to form and acid and common salt respectively. The oxide of element A is liquid at room temperature and is a neutral substance, while the oxide of the remaining six elements are basic in nature. Based on the above information, answer the following question:
(i) What could the element A be?
(ii) Will element A to G belong to the same period or same group of the periodic table?
(iii) Write the formula of the compound formed by the reaction of the element A with oxygen.
(iv) Show the formation of the compound by a combination of element C with chlorine with the help of electronic structure.
(v) What would be the ratio of number of combining atoms in a compound formed by the combination of element A with carbon?
(vi) Which one of the given elements is likely to have the smallest atomic radius?
In the following table, six elements A, B, C, D, E and F (here letters are not the usual symbols of the elements) of the modern Periodic Table with atomic numbers 3 to 18 are given:
(a) Which of these is (i) a noble gas, (ii) a halogen?
(b) If B combines with F, what would be the formula of the compound formed?
(c) Write the electronic configurations of C and E.
In the following table, are given eight elements A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H (here letters are not the usual symbols of the elements) of the Modern Periodic Table with the atomic numbers of the elements in parenthesis.
(i) What is the electronic configuration of F?
(ii) What is the number of valence electrons in the atom of F?
(iii) What is the number of shells in the atom of F?
(iv) Write the size of the atoms of E, F, G and H in decreasing order.
(v) State whether F is a metal or a non-metal.
(vi) Out of the three elements B, E and F, which one has the biggest atomic size?
(a) How does the atomic radius changes as you go
(i) from left to right in a period?
(ii) down a group in the periodic table?
(b) Two elements X and Y have atomic numbers 12 and 16 respectively. Write the electronic configuration for these elements. To which period of the Modern Periodic Table do these two elements belong? What type of bond will be formed between them and why?