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The Periodic Table
4.05 Periodic Trends
Periodic Trends
Journal: Practical Periodic Trends
Have you ever been cooking and run out of a key ingredient? You
might look frantically around the kitchen to find something that is
similar enough to your missing ingredient to use in its place. For
example, some cake recipes call for replacing some of the oil or
butter with applesauce. What are the key characteristics of
applesauce and oil that make this substitution possible?
Each of these scenarios describes a situation in which a company
has run out of an element that is used for a particular purpose.
As an industry consultant, the company turns to you for help.
SCENARIO 1: A major computer chip manufacturer has lost its supplier of silicon. Silicon is widely used in the
semiconductor industry because its electrical conductivity is in between that of a conductor and that of an
insulator.
SCENARIO 2: Sodium hydroxide (NaOH) is the main component of many drain cleaners. A cleaning product
manufacturer makes sodium hydroxide by reacting sodium with water. The factorys supply of sodium metal is
running low and they must find a substitute that will react with water in the same way as sodium.
SCENARIO 3: A glass company specializes in producing glass tubes filled with inert gas at low pressure.
Applying a voltage to the tubes makes the gas glow brightly, so they are widely used as signs for businesses.
The company can no longer obtain the neon, the main gas it uses to fill its tubes.
For each scenario:
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The Periodic Table
4.05 Periodic Trends
Periodic Trends
might look frantically around the kitchen to find something that is
similar enough to your missing ingredient to use in its place. For
example, some cake recipes call for replacing some of the oil or
butter with applesauce. What are the key characteristics of
applesauce and oil that make this substitution possible?
Each of these scenarios describes a situation in which a company
has run out of an element that is used for a particular purpose.
As an industry consultant, the company turns to you for help.
SCENARIO 1: A major computer chip manufacturer has lost its supplier of silicon. Silicon is widely used in the
semiconductor industry because its electrical conductivity is in between that of a conductor and that of an
insulator.
SCENARIO 2: Sodium hydroxide (NaOH) is the main component of many drain cleaners. A cleaning product
manufacturer makes sodium hydroxide by reacting sodium with water. The factorys supply of sodium metal is
running low and they must find a substitute that will react with water in the same way as sodium.
SCENARIO 3: A glass company specializes in producing glass tubes filled with inert gas at low pressure.
Applying a voltage to the tubes makes the gas glow brightly, so they are widely used as signs for businesses.
The company can no longer obtain the neon, the main gas it uses to fill its tubes.
For each scenario:
Use your knowledge of periodic trends to suggest a substitute element for the task
Explain why the substitute element is likely to work
Identify how the substitute elements properties are likely to differ from those of the original element and how
these differences could create a problem
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