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Can anyone give me a brief explanation on the trends of oxides of elements of period 3 in the periodic table
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Hi guys
Can anyone give me a brief explanation on the trends of oxides of elements of period 3 in the periodic table
basic --> amphoteric --> acidic
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basic --> amphoteric --> acidic
What criteria do u use in knowing that?
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What criteria do u use in knowing that?
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???
How do u know those trends?
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What criteria do u use in knowing that?
Empirical criteria.
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What criteria do u use in knowing that?
If you're asking for an explanation it's how each oxide reacts in the presence of a proton.
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Empirical criteria.
Empirical how?
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Empirical how?
You take a period three oxide, mix it with water, usually, and see what is formed.
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Empirical how?
Experimental observation. Na2O reacts with acids to form a salt and water etc...
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