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Classification of Elements CBSE Chemistry for Class 11

Classification of elements into gatherings and improvement of Periodic Law and Periodic Table are the results.

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Created by Rashmi T Last updated Sat, 19-Sep-2020 English
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  • s-block
  • p-block

Curriculum for this course
26 Lessons 03:18:21 Hours
Classification of Elements
26 Lessons 03:18:21 Hours
  • Introduction 00:10:00
  • Positioning of Elements In Periodic Table 00:04:31
  • Newly Discovered Elements - Part I 00:04:21
  • Newly Discovered Elements - Part II 00:08:14
  • Inner Transition Series Of Elements 00:02:55
  • Long Form Of Periodic Table - D Block Elements 00:06:38
  • Nomenclature Of Periodic Table - Part I & II 00:07:24
  • Nomenclature Of Elements With Atomic Number Above 100 00:07:02
  • Electronic Configuration Of Elements 00:13:03
  • Groupwise Electronic Configurations 00:13:02
  • Elements Of S, P, D, F Blocks In Periodic Table 00:06:55
  • Metals, Non-metals & Metalloids 00:04:33
  • Periodic Trends Properties Of Elements 00:14:36
  • Ionic Radius Of Elements 00:10:03
  • Ionisation Enthalpy - Part I 00:07:01
  • Ionisation Enthalpy - Part II 00:08:43
  • Shielding Effect 00:14:47
  • Electron Gain Enthalpy 00:06:19
  • Electronegativity 00:06:15
  • Periodic Trends In Chemical Properties 00:05:52
  • Anomaloua Properties of Second Period Elements 00:06:10
  • Periodic Trends & Chemical Reactivity 00:04:21
  • Mendeleev's Theory 00:05:02
  • Genesis 00:14:09
  • Need To Classify Elements 00:03:21
  • Periodic Table Trends 00:03:04
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 It is additionally classified into elements, compounds and mixtures dependent on composition. The components can be categorized into metals, non-metals and metalloids. Elements in the modern periodic table can be classified into four blocks viz., s-block, p-block, d-block and f-block depending on the type of atomic orbitals that are being filled with electrons. The table has seven rows and 18 columns. Each column speaks to one period; the period number of an element shows what number of its energy levels house electrons.


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