Periodic Trends PowerPoint - Atomic Size & Ionization Energy

Periodic Trends PowerPoint - Atomic Size & Ionization Energy

Trends in the periodic table: Ionization Energy Atomic Radius Electron Affinity Electronegativity Background Electrons can jump between shells (Bohrs model supported by line spectra) The electrons can be pushed so far that they escape the attraction of the nucleus Losing an electron is called ionization An ion is an atom that has either a net

positive or net negative charge Q: what would the charge be on an atom that lost an electron? Gained two electrons? A: +1 (because your losing a -ve electron) A: -2 (because you gain 2 -ve electrons) Atomic Radius Is an estimate of the size of an atom from its nucleus to its outer perimeter Measured in picometres (pm) = 10-12

Trends in Atomic Radius Left to right: decreasing atomic radius Reason: # of protons is increasing Stronger attraction of electrons since there are more protons So distance between nucleus and electrons decreases Atomic Radius Trends contd Trend #2: down a group increasing atomic radius Reason: # of electrons is increasing, therefore the number of shells increases AND screening

effect occurs More shells means that the electrons are further away from the nucleus The electrons in the outer shells are also repelled by the negative charges of the inner electrons (screening effect) Atomic radius vs. atomic number 250 Atomic Radius (pm) K 200

Na Li 150 Mg Al Si Be 100 B C N O F

50 H 0 0 Ca P S Cl Ar Ne

He 2 4 6 8 10 12 Element

14 16 18 20 Ionization Energy Ionization energy is the energy required to remove one outer electron from a gaseous atom A(g) + Energy = A+1 + e-1 Atom turns into a cation in the process Ignore H when looking at trends, look at

many periods/groups when summarizing trends Trends in IE Across a period : increasing IE Reason: # of protons increases and # of shells remains the samei.e. net nuclear charge is increasing Outer e- will be more strongly attracted to the increased number of protons across a period Trends in IE contd Down a group : decreasing IE Reason : the number of electrons increases

and so there are more shells. Since there are more shells, the e- are held more loosely. The e- are held more loosely since they are father away from the pull of the nucleus, making it easier to remove an e Plus -the screening effect also contributes to the ease of removal of an e- Io n iza tio n e n e rg y (k J /m o l) Ionization Energy vs. atomic # He 2500 Ne

2000 Ar F 1500 N H Cl C

Be 1000 O P S B 500 Mg Si Al

Li Ca Na K 0 0 2 4

6 8 10 12 Element 14 16 18

20 Multiple Ionization Energies It is possible to remove every single electron from an atom one at a time. 1st IE, 2nd IE and 3rd IE refer to the energy required to remove 1, 2 and 3 electrons However, the amount of energy required to do this varies but follows a pattern The pattern can be used to determine the group to which the element belongs a sudden large increase between the amounts indicates that

the octet is broken. Example: 3.5 kJ, 32.5kJ, 38.7kJ .difficult to remove the second electron. Element must have 1 valence. What do you think the IE would be to remove one, two versus three electrons from Ba?? Electron Affinity The energy released when an electron is added to a gaseous atom A(g) + e-1 = A-1 + energy The atom turns into an anion in the process The process for fluorine can be represented as follows: F (g) + e- F- (g) + energy Trends in EA

Across a period : increasing e- affinity Reason: there is an increased nuclear attraction AND the elements on the right side of the table (except the noble gases) are close to achieving the full octet so they really want electrons! The atoms on the left side dont want them because they need to lose e- in order to achieve a full octet AND they have a weak nuclear charge Trends in EA contd Down a group: decreasing electron affinity Reason: there are more orbitals and the atomic radius is greater. Since the atomic radius is greater there is less nuclear attraction so there is also less electron

affinity. The Relationship between IE and EA A large value of IE indicates that the removal of an e- is difficult and so it probably wont happen On the other hand, a large EA value indicates that a lot of energy is released when an e- is added to an atom and so it would probably occur. Electronegativity A property that determines how strongly the electrons are held by an atom within a compound. H : H

H :F An atom that is highly electronegative would be small (since the strength of the nuclear pull decreases with distance) and have close to an octet to begin withlike F Values were determined by a scientist named Pauling and are relative to each otherthus no units for EN Electronegativity Table Trends in EN EN increases across a period EN can be explained in terms of atomic structure. Across a period, the number of protons increases and the number of

shells remains the same. Therefore, the shared e- on the periphery will be more strongly attracted to the nucleus, giving a higher EN Trends in EN contd EN decreases down a group The reason for this is that there are greater numbers of shells. The outer eexperience a shielding effect and therefore dont feel the pull of the protons as much as the inner electrons. Lets see F is the most electronegative atom (value of 4.0)

O is very electronegativity (value of 3.4) N, Cl are Br are next with values close to 3.0 Clem said Chemistry is FON Bruce! Lowest value is Fr (0.7) Noble gases do not have EN values EN or END The electronegativity difference ( EN or END) is important in a molecular compoundthe value tells you if there is unequal sharing between atoms which could lead to partial charges in the molecule this could cause attraction between the molecules properties like melting point would increase the molecule could be polar and behave completely different than a non-polar molecule

Summarize all the periodic trends discussed Trend Atomic radius Ionization energy Electron affinity Electronegativity Across a period going left to right UP a group (bottom to

top) Summarize all the periodic trends discussed Trend Across a period going left to right UP a group (bottom to top) Atomic radius Decreases up to 18

Decreases Ionization energy (IE) Increases up to18 Increases Electron affinity (EA) Increases up to 17 Increases Electronegativity (EN)

Increases up to 17 Increases Summarize using thin to large arrows showing increase for periods and groups

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