Periodic Property: Electron Gain Enthalpy or Electron Affinity

Periodic Property: Electron Gain Enthalpy or Electron Affinity

A brief periodic table trends activity for high school and genchem college students to learn about the 5 trends of the periodic table: ionization energy, electron affinity, metallic character, atomic radius, and electronegativity.

A brief periodic table trends activity for high school and genchem college students to learn about the 5 trends of the periodic table: ionization energy, electron affinity, metallic character, atomic radius, and electronegativity.

Balance the number and type of atoms before dealing with charge. - Tommy Flynn, Getty Images

How to Balance Redox Reactions

Balance the number and type of atoms before dealing with charge. - Tommy Flynn, Getty Images

Descriptions and diagrams of the 5 trends of the periodic table including ionization energy, atomic radius, electron affinity,electronegativity, and metallic character. Descriptive images and a periodic table trends activity for students.

Descriptions and diagrams of the 5 trends of the periodic table including ionization energy, atomic radius, electron affinity,electronegativity, and metallic character. Descriptive images and a periodic table trends activity for students.

electron affinity: the energy released when a gaseous atom adds an electron.

electron affinity: the energy released when a gaseous atom adds an electron.

Easy To Use Chart of Periodic Table Trends: Chart of Periodic Table Trends

Easy To Use Chart of Periodic Table Trends

Ionisation Energy IE Inozation Potential | Moving left - right across PeriodicTable IE & IP increase, more energy is required to remove (ionise) electrons. Electron Affinity EA becomes more negative, more likely to form negative ions.

Ionisation Energy IE Inozation Potential | Moving left - right across PeriodicTable IE & IP increase, more energy is required to remove (ionise) electrons. Electron Affinity EA becomes more negative, more likely to form negative ions.

Review the Periodic Properties of Elements: The periodic table is arranged according to periodic properties in terms of ionization energy, electronegativity, atomic radius, electron affinity, and metallic character.

Review the Periodic Properties of Elements

Review the Periodic Properties of Elements: The periodic table is arranged according to periodic properties in terms of ionization energy, electronegativity, atomic radius, electron affinity, and metallic character.

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