Periodic Table

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The periodic table is a tabular arrangement of the chemical elements by increasing atomic number which displays the elements so that one may see trends in their properties. The Russian scientist Dmitri Mendeleev is most often credited with inventing the periodic table (1869). The modern table is derived from Mendeleev’s periodic table, but with one significant different. Mendeleev’s table ordered the elements according to increasing atomic weight rather than atomic number. However, his table illustrated recurring trends or periodicity in the element properties.

The structure of the periodic table makes it possible to see relationships between elements at a glance and predict properties of unfamiliar, newly discovered, or undiscovered elements.

There are seven rows of the periodic table, which are called periods. Element atomic number increases moving from left to right across a period. Elements toward the left side of a period are metals, while those on the right side are nonmetals. Moving down a period on the table adds a new electron shell.

The columns of elements are called groups or families. Groups are numbered from 1 (the alkali metals) to 18 (the noble gases). Elements with a group share a valence electron configuration. Elements within a group display a pattern with respect atomic radius, electronegativity, and ionization energy. Atomic radius increases moving down a group, as successive elements gain an electron energy level. Electronegativity decreases moving down a group because adding an electron shell pushes the valence electrons further from the nucleus. Moving down a group, elements have successively lower ionization energies because it becomes easier to remove an electron from the outermost shell.

Periodic table PowerPoint Template is a presentation design template containing the number of elements in the periodic table.

The period table template provides information about the elements, their groups, and the various trends they show.  It contains 4 decks of slides.

The periodic table in the first and second slides are categorically color-coded according to their group. Features 10 legends for explanation of the color codes.

The user can make use of the third slide to give a snapshot of a group and all the element in it while using one as a topic of discussion.

Run comparison between two different groups in the period table with the fourth slide.

This template allows you put together a fast and easy PowerPoint presentation on periodic table without any need for graphic skills.

This template will be useful for employees of scientific institutes specializing in the development for the chemical industry. You can use this template to prepare information about chemical experiments or new materials to help replace organic materials with inorganic ones. Also, this template will be useful for university teachers when preparing materials in chemistry.

100% editable and customizable periodic table template where you can change color and text to meet your preference.

Download the Periodic table template and use it to make stunning scientific and chemistry presentation.  Ideal for use by teachers, educationists, scientists, laboratory physicians, etc.