# 2022-2023 Objectives Of Electron Configurations, Atomic Mass And Periodic Table

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2022-2023 Objectives for Electron Configuration, Atomic Mass and Periodic Table

Essential Questions (EQ2): Are there any basic particles?

Each student will be able to:

Electron Configuration

1) Know the 3 rules of filling in electron in subenergy / orbital including name and what it means (Aufbau Principle, Hund'sRule, and Pauli Exclusion Principle)

2) Using your list of subenergy from closest (lowest energy level) to farthest away, determine the correct electron configuration for any element. Should be able to do this with just the Periodic Table.

3) Be able to determine the number and types of all the valence electrons for "s and p" block elements.

Isotopes, Atomic Number, Mass Number and Atomic Mass

4) Define isotope and write (and explain) the three symbolic representation of isotope.

5) Define atomic number and find it on a Periodic Table.

6) Define Mass Number and be able to calculate the correct number of each subatomic particle of an isotope knowing the Atomic Number and Mass Number.

7) Define atomic mass and be able to calculate atomic mass.

Periodic Table

8) Explain the difference between Medeleev and Moseley's Periodic Table.

9) Explain the relationship of an element's position on the Periodic Table to its atomic number
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10) Describe the Modern Periodic Law

11) Relate the position of an element on the Periodic Table to its Electron Configuration (and number of valence electrons). In other words, be able to write the electron configuration (and number of valence electrons) for the highest energy level electrons (i.e. S 2s2 2p4) from the Periodic Table.

12) Relate the chemical charateristics to the Family elements and how Electron configuration determines it.

13) Student will need to memorize the seven diatomic elements and their phase (i.e. solid, liquid or gas) at room temperature.

14) Students need to be able to locate the following on their Periodic Table

• Period,Group,Alkali metal, Alkaline Earth metals, Transition Elements, Inner Transition Elements,Lanthanoid series, Actinoid series, Noble or Inert Gases, Halogen, Nitrogen Family, Oxygen Family, metals, non-metals, semi-metals or Metalloids, (s-,p-,d-,f-block elements), phase of elements @20degreeC.

15) Student will need to memorize the seven diatomic elements and their phase (i.e. solid, liquid or gas) at room temperature.

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