Chapter 7 The Periodic Table and Physical Properties

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A N A V Z H A L F L I F E N P V A H J T
O T M P D E N S I T Y Y N O E Z P Y O N
I N L T R H J Y H Q A T E B R U E D M O
Z E C N Y O T X P S C I G L I Z R R U I
C M I I T N T W D P E V O E O Y I O X T
I E L O R O E O D H D I L G D T O G E A
U L L P E V I A N N E T A A I T D E V T
O E A G P G R O U P V C H S C E T N I U
L C T N O L U Y Y O I U M E T R N V T M
N I E I R A C S P U T D Y P A P I U C S
O T M L P A E L U X C N Z O B O O E A N
R E R I L F I A O M A O M T L S P E O A
T H K O A T R T G R O C A O E S G L I R
C T L B C K A E Q E I R O S Y I N E D T
E N M U I M M M E G D G K I Z T I M A S
L S G O S E I N J L A P P I H H T E R M
E Y H Y Y T I O G Z R Q V O Q G L N K W
S S L L H N E N E U T R O N R I E T H O
G P D X P C A R B O N R I V H R M C K D
P H Y S I C A L C H A N G E P W T S I Q
periodictable period group metallic luster
conductivity halogen noblegas proton electron
neutron element isotope wrightissopretty radioactivedecay
radioactive transmutation halflife sysntheticelement physicalproperty
meltingpoint boilingpoint physicalchange density carbon
hydrogen nonmetals mariecurie