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You will write a report on the element assigned to you in this email. For this element, you will provide the information listed and additional information as specified below. You will submit a Microsoft Word file of your project - on the Word file, the hyperlinks must be hot! (they must work!!) You will submit the softcopy to your course Blackboard site, using SafeAssign to check for plagiarism. You will be allowed a maximum of 3 submissions; your last submission will be graded.

The project must contain in the order listed:

1) A cover sheet with the element name or formula and your name (Date, College name, course, Professor’s name, etc.)

2) All the data listed in the table on the below page, with the data in the table with proper units. This table should be typed. You may use any sources you wish (books, periodicals, Internet sites) to collect the data but these sources must be properly cited and the references available in a bibliography (see #4). On the Word file, the links (hyperlinks) to your references must be hot! (they must work!!)

3) Neatly typed narrative description (1,000 words minimum, i.e., about two pages minimum) of the uses, importance, biological significance (if any) historical information, and any additional interesting information for the element. This should be written in paragraph format with proper grammar and spelling. Outlines or lists will not be given credit. Information must be properly cited (see #4). Plagiarism will result in a zero grade for this project with no chance to earn the lost points through other means. 

4) List of references or a bibliography, properly cited (minimum of 6 references).

For your in-text citations, use the Chicago System (Author, year, page) see:

http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html  

(Click on the Go to Author-Date tab!)

For the list of references or bibliography, also use the Chicago System; see 

https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/chicago_manual_17th_edition/cmos_formatting_and_style_guide/general_format.html  

Your in-text citation to a printed source should hyperlink to the reference in your bibliography. Your in-text citation to an online source should also hyperlink to the reference in your bibliography. However, the hyperlinks from each of your references should be to the specific webpage(s) where you obtained the information. 

5) The points for your project will be as follows:

5 - Table data

5 - Table citations, references

5 - Text, proper citations

5 - Bibliography or list of references, correct format

5 - Softcopy, hyperlinks

25 - Cover page, narrative text (neatness, originality, avoidance of plagiarism, etc.)

50 - Total points

No project will be accepted late.

Element __________________________________

  

Property


 

Atomic symbol


 

Additional name(s)


 

atomic composition (most stable isotope)


 

Additional isotopes with nuclear composition and   natural abundances (by %)


 

Molar mass


 

State of matter at room temperature


 

Color and texture


 

Melting point


 

Boiling point


 

Density


 

Classification on the periodic table


 

Electron configuration

(full and noble gas configuration)


 

Atomic radius


 

First ionization energy


 

Common ions 

(if appropriate)


 

Names and formulas of three compounds containing   the element


 

 

 

Other special properties


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