What 4 types of info are found in each square of the periodic table?
Well the four main types really go down to the Atomic Number, Atomic Mass, The Chemical/Atomic symbol, and the elements name of course. But different tables vary.
The periodic table is a list of elements - substances made up of only one type of atom. Carbon dioxide (for example) isn't on the periodic table because it is made up of two different atoms - oxygen (O) and Carbon (C) both oxygen and carbon are on the periodic table because they cant be broken down into other substances. A substance which is made up of 1 single atom type is an Element. These…
It is not in the periodic table because it is not an element in its purest form. Rather it is a compound or product of two elements which is why it is not in the periodic table. These types of metals (the ones you have noted) are called alloys which is made by combining two or or metals. For example, bronze is an alloy of copper, with tin as a primary additive to it.
Metals react primarily by donating electrons to other types of atoms. This process requires less energy in metals near the bottom of the periodic table because the valence electrons in these metals are in outer shells, further from the attraction of the nuclei and therefore less strongly bound into the metal atoms.
Metal oxide is the ionic bond combination of any metal element of the periodic table of elements with oxygen. The alkali metals and alkali earth metals are respectively the first and second columns of elements found on the periodic table. Thus, alkali metal oxides and earth metal oxides are types of metal oxides, but metal oxide does not imply alkali.
One type of element is the metals (located on the left side of the periodic table, s-block): Li, Na, Mg, Ca, Fr A second type is the transition metals(located in the center of the periodic table, d-block): Cr, Mn, Y, Sc, Cu A third type is non-metals(located on the right side of the periodic table, p-block): P, Si, N2, C, O2 I hope this is what you referring to when you said "types".
The Periodic Table is a table of elements although metals are in it. There are 5 types of categories for the elements. From left to right there are the Alkali Metals, Alkali Earth Metals, Transition Metals, Halogens, and Noble Gases. There is also a list on the bottom called the Intransition Metals. The Noble Gases are the most unreactive category out of all the others.