Periodic table of the elements                                                                                             (Link to French version)

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          I
 1           +1
 H          -1
 1.008
 Hydrogen

 

         II












 

       III A


 

        IV A


 

         V A


 

      VI A


 

    VII A

 2              0
 He
 4.003
 Helium
 3           +1
 Li
 6.939
 Lithium
 4           +2
 Be
 9.012
 Beryllium










 5           +3
 B
 10.81
 Boron
 6              +4
 C
 12.01
 Carbon
 7               -3
 N
 14.01
 Nitrogen
 8            -2
 O
 16.00
 Oxygen
 9        -1
 F
 19.00
 Fluorine
 10            0
 Ne
 20.18
 Neon
 11         +1
 Na
 22.99
 Sodium
 12          +2
 Mg
 24.31
 Magnesium

 

        III A


 

         IV B


 

         V B


 

      VI B


 

     VII B


 

      VIII


 

       VIII


 

         VIII


 

      I B


 

        II B

 1 3        +3
 Al
 26.98
 Aluminum
 14            +4
 Si
 28.09
 Silicon
 15             -3
 P
 30.97
 Phosphorus
 16          -2
 S          +4
 32.06   +6
 Sulfur 
 17      -1
 Cl
 35.45
 Chlorine
 18            0
 Ar
 39.95
 Argon
 19         +1
 K
 39.10
 Potassium
 20          +2
 Ca
 40.08
 Calcium
 21          +3
 Sc        
 44.96
 Scandium
 22            +2
 Ti            +3
 47.90      +4
 Titanium
 23               +2
 V                +3
 50.94         +4
 Vanadium  +5
 24          +2
 Cr          +3
 52.00
 Chromium 
 25          +2
 Mn        +3
 54.94
 Manganese
 26        +2
 Fe       +3
 55.85
 Iron 
 27         +2
 Co       +3
 58.93
 Cobalt
 20            +2
 Ni            +3
 58.71
 Nickel 
 29           +1
 Cu         +2
 63.55
 Copper 
 30          +2
 Zn
 65.38
 Zinc 
 31         +3
 Ga
 69.72
 Gallium
 32            +4
 Ge
 72.59
 Germanium
 33            -3
 As          +5
 74.92
 Arsenic
 34          -2
 Se        +4
 78.96   +6
 Selenium
 35      -1
 Br
 79.91
 Bromine 
 36            0
 Kr
  83.80
 Krypton 
 37         +1
 Rb
 85.47
 Rubidium
 38          +2
 Sr
 87.62
 Strontium
 39          +3
 Y
 88.91
 Yttrium
 40            +4
 Zr
 91.22
 Zirconium 
 41               +3
 Nb             +5
 92.91
 Niobium
 42          +2
 Mo        +3
 95.94
 Molybdenum
 43          +7
 Tc
 98.91
 Technetium
 44        +3
 Ru      +4
 101.1
 Ruthenium
 45         +3
 Rh       +4
 102.9
 Rhodium
 45            +2
 Pd          +4
 106.4
 Palladium
 47           +1
 Ag
 107.9
 Silver
 48          +2
 Cd
 112.4
 Cadmium
 49         +3
 In
 114.8
 Indium
 50            +2
 Sn           +4
 118.7
 Tin
 51            -3
 Sb          +5
 121.8
 Antimoiny
 52          -2
 Te        +4
 127.6   +6
 Tellurium
 53      -1
 I
 126.9
 Iodine
 54            0
 Xe
 131.3
 Xenon
 55        +1
 Cs
 132.9
 Cesium
 56          +2
 Ba
 137.3
 Barium
 71          +3
 Lu
 175.0
 Lutetium
 72            +4
 Hf
 178.5
 Hafnium
 73               +5
 Ta
 180.9
 Tantalum
 74          +6
 W
 183.9
 Tungsten
 75          +4
 Re        +7
 186.2
 Rhenium
 76        +3
 Os      +4
 190.2
 Osmium
 77         +3
 Ir          +4
 192.2
 Iridium
 78            +2
 Pt           +4
 195.1
 Platinum
 79           +1
 Au         +3
 197.0
 Gold
 80          +1
 Hg        +2
 200.6
 Mercury
 81         +1
 Ti         +3
 204.4
 Thallium
 82            +2
 Pb           +4
 207.2
 Lead
 83            -3
 Bi           +5
 209.0
 Bismuth
 84         +2
 Po        +4
 (209)
 Polonium
 85      -1
 At
 (210)
 Astatine
 86            0
 Rn
 (222)
 Radon
 87        +1
 Fr
 (223)
 Francium
 88          +2
 Ra
 226.0
 Radium
 103        +3
 Lr
 (262)
 Lawrencium
 104 
 Rf
 261.11
Rutherfordium
 105 
 Db
 262.11
Dubnium
 106 
 Sg
 263.12
Seaborgium
 107
 Bh
 262.12
Bohrium
 108
 Hs
 (265)
Hassium
 109
 Mt
 (266)
Meitnerium
110
Ds
(281)
Darmstadtium
111
Rg
(272)
Roentgenium
112
Uub
(285)
Ununbium
113
Uut
(284)
Ununtrium
114
Uuq
(289)
Ununquadium
115
Uup
(288)
Ununpentium
116
Uuh
(292)
Ununhexium

 118 
 Uuo
 (293)
 Ununoctium


 57           +3
 La
 138.9
 Lanthanum
 58            +3
 Ce      +4 
 140.01
 Cerium
 59               +3
 Pr              +4
 140.9
 Praseodymium
 60          +3
 Nd
 144.2
 Neodymium
 61          +3
 Pm
 (145)
 Promethium
 62        +2
 Sm     +4
 150.4 
 Samarium
 63         +2
 Eu        +3
 152.0
 Europium
 64            +3
 Gd
 157.3
 Gadolinium
 65           +3
 Tb         +4
 158.9
 Terbium
 66         +3
 Dy
 162.5
 Dysprosium
 67         +3
 Ho
 164.9
 Holmium
 68            +3
 Er
 167.3
 Erbium
 69           +2
 Tm         +3
 168.9
 Thulium
 70         +2
 Yb       +3
 173.0
 Ytterbium




 89           +3
 Ac
 (227)
 Actinium
 90            +4
 Th
 232.0
 Thorium
 91              +4
 Pa            +5
 (231)
 Protactinium
 92           +4
 U            +5
 238.03   +6
 Uranium 
 93          +3
 Np        +4
 (237)     +5
                +6
 Neptunium
 94        +3
 Pu      +4
 (244)   +5
             +6
 Plutonium
 95         +3
 Am      +4
 (243)    +5
              +6
 Americium 
 96            +3
 Cm
 (247)
 Curium
 97           +3
 Bk         +4
 (247)
 Berkelium
 98          +3
 Cf
 (251)
 Californium
 99         +3
 Es
 (252)
 Einsteinium
 100         +3
 Fm
 (257)
 Fermium
  101        +2
 Md         +3
 (258)
 Mendelevium
 102      +2
 No      +3
 (259)
 Nobelium 


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 http://www.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/randd/education/elements/index_e.html
Periodic Table of the Elements - National Research Council Canada
 

http://members.shaw.ca/cpf99/Periodic-Table-Info-Anvil-City-Science-Academy.htm
Predicting Types of Bonds (capacity).
Anvil City Science Academy, Nome, Alaska



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Combining Capacity of Atoms

                              The number of electrons an atom gains, loses, or shares when it forms
                              chemical bonds is called its oxidation number. The oxidation number of an
                              atom describes its combining capacity.


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