Welcome to 'Elements' - Learn and Explore.
An element in science, or specifically chemistry, can be defined as “any substance that cannot be separated into different substances by ordinary chemical methods.” Each element is made of a specific and unique type of atom. Everything in the universe is made of one or more elements.
There are 94 naturally occuring elements.
Elements can be classified as metals, metalloids, and nonmetals, or as a main-group elements, transition metals, and inner transition metals.
Each individual element is considered a pure element because it is not mixed with any other elements. Each element is represented by a standard symbol shown here in parentheses.
Hydrogen (H) - nonmetal
Helium (He) - nonmetal
Oxygen (O) - nonmetal
Neon (Ne) - nonmetal
Nitrogen (N) - nonmetal
Carbon (C) - reactive nonmetal
Silicon (Si) - metalloid
Magnesium (Mg) - alkaline earth metal
Iron (Fe) - transition metal
Sulfur (S) - reactive nonmetal
The lightest chemical elements are hydrogen and helium, both created by Big Bang nucleosynthesis during the first 20 minutes of the universe in a ratio of around 3:1 by mass (or 12:1 by number of atoms), along with tiny traces of the next two elements, lithium and beryllium. Almost all other elements found in nature were made by various natural methods of nucleosynthesis.
Learning about the elements is a great starting point for understanding the basics of biology or chemistry. You can explore even more about the elements by checking out things like their chemical properties , nature etc.
Ideas for getting started -
Create a project on classification of matter.
Explain about anyone matter.
Make a project of periodic table.
Explore and make projects on history of elements.
Make a game to make it fun to learn about elements.
It can be anything like platfomer , catch game ,clicker game etc.
These are only suggestions you can come up with your own ideas.
Give examples of Alkaline Earth metal.
How to curate -
Be active and answer the QOTW and you will surely be invited.
Rules of the Studio -
Be helpful and kind.
Don't add unrelated projects.
Do not remove anything or anyone
Activity of the week -
Group work -
Make a project explaining different matters.
We have added group work only because teamwork completes dreamwork.
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Hope you have learned something from this studio.