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Element Name

By: Your First Names ONLY!

Atomic Number: Place your atomic number here.

Protons: Using the atomic number figure out the number of protons.

Electrons: Using the atomic number figure out the number of electrons.

Neutrons: Using the atomic number and average atomic mass figure out the number of neutrons in the most common isotope.

Average Atomic Mass: Record the average atomic mass.

Isotopes: List the most common stable isotopes. WebElements is a great place to find this information.

Discovery: How was the element discovered? Who discovered it? If you find a site saying "this element has been known since ancient times" that is okay to note for discovery.

Name: How was the element named? Was it named after a person or place? Note any information you find about its atomic symbol and why that symbol was chosen. The Origins of Element Names is a good site for finding this information.

Uses: How is your element used?

Interesting Facts: What are some interesting facts you found out about your element?

Video: Use the Periodic Table of Videos to find the video about your element. Watch the video and use its information to fill out the items above. Post your video in this page using the video tool (the one that looks like a TV).

Sources
  • Photo: You need a link to your photo on Flickr. Remember when finding your picture to use a Creative Commons Advanced Search.
  • Video: You need a link to the video you used on YouTube.
  • You need to have links for ever site you used for information. Check out the Hydrogen page for examples.