## Best Trick to Remember Atomic Number of First 30 Elements of Periodic Table | RRB, SSC & Bank Exam

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Hello Friends and welcome to this video

Today we will talk about

Mnemonic Tricks or Memory Tricks

which will help us to learn the Atomic Number.

Of first 30 elements.

and also remember them.

In our previous videos we had

helped you in remembering the Periodic Table with Memory Tricks for S Block, D Block

P block and now we have recently done a video

On F Block.

You will be able to remember the Periodic table if you go through those videos

Do watch the video as it'll help you to remember the table.

In this video we will help you to memorize the Atomic Number

along with the tricks.

So we will study the First 30 elements

of the Atomic Number.

So let us first talk about the Atomic Numbers or the elements

are in which order, how they are placed and also how to remember them in sequence..

Let's see on the screen

As you can see Atomic Numbers

of the elements are written in this way

So we will be learn about the first 30 elements

along with remembering them.

So the sequence is

in the following way..

And we are going to learn to remember them.

Firstly we will learn about the atomic Numbers from 1 to 10

then 11 to 20 and lastly 21 - 30.

As you can see on the screen the Atomic Numbers

From 1st to 10 then 11 to 20

and 21 to 30 are listed on the screen.

we will learn to remember them.

You can come over to this slide for reference sake

to know about the elements which we will be learning.

Let's go on to the first slide which is Part 1

which includes 1st Atomic Number to Atomic Number 10.

And go through the elements which fall under it.

As you can see the Atomic Numbers from 1st to 10 are

Hydrogen, Helium, Lithium, Beryllium

Boron, Carbon, Nitrogen, Oxygen,

Fluorine and Neon.

For learning these atomic numbers we will have to learn to remember a sentence

once done we will be able to memorize

the Atomic Numbers in a chronological order. So the sentence is

Hi, HetaLi Ki Betuki Bakwaas ko

Chandu Ne Office Files mein Neatly Daali.

Hi, HetaLi Ki Betuki Bakwaas ko

Chandu Ne

Office Files mein Neatly Daali

Over here the sentence states that Hetali is speaking nonsense

over the phone and the guy

Chandu decided to file

her nonsense neatly

in the office files ..

Let's have a look at how these elements are placed in the sentence in a chronological order...

H from the Hi = Hydrogen

He from Hetali = Helium

Li from Hetali = Lithium

Then comes Be from Betuki which means

Beryllium..

B from Bakwaas for

Boron

C from Chandu = Carbon

Ne = Nitrogen

O from Office = Oxygen

F from Files = Fluorine

Ne from Neatly = Neon

So,

Hi, HetaLi Ki Betuki Bakwaas ko

Chandu Ne Office Files

mein Neatly Daali.....

So this is our sentence with the help of which we will be able

to remember the atomic numbers chronologically....

H = 1, He = 2, Li = 3

Be =4, B = 5, C = 6, N = 7, O = 8

F = 9, Ne = 10

So here's how you will memorize the atomic numbers

of first 10 elements .. Hi, HetaLi Ki

Betuki Bakwaas ko Chandu Ne

Office Files mein Neatly Daali.....

Now let's learn about the atomic numbers from 11 to 20

In this we'll learn about the atomic numbers

from 11 to 20 they are follows

Sodium, Magnesium, Aluminium

Silicon, Phosphorus, Sulphur

Cholrine, Argon, Potassium and Calcium. For this the sentence would be Na Mangu Alsi Peon Se Calendar

Arun Kuch Caam ka nahi

Na Mangu Alsi Peon Se Calendar

Arun Kuch Caam ka nahi

So the elements which falls under this sentence are

Na = Sodium

Ma from Mangu = Magnesium

Al from Alsi = Aluminium,

Si from Alsi = Silicon

P from Peon = Phosphorus, S from Se = Sulphur

CL from calendar = Chlorine

Ar from Arun

is for Argon, K from Kuch

is for Potassium

Ca from Caam is for Calcium....

Na Mangu Alsi

Peon Se

Calendar

Arun Kuch Caam ka nahi

Arun Kuch Caam ka nahi

Na Mangu Alsi Peon Se Calendar Arun Kuch Caam ka nahi....

From this sentence we will

learn atomic numbers from 11 to 20....

In the upcoming slide we will learn atomic number from 21 to 30....

The elements which fall under atomic number 21 to 30 are

Chromium, Manganese, Iron, Cobalt,

Nickel, Copper and Zinc....

We will try to remember these atomic numbers

in a similar way as we studied the D Block

from periodic table.

Only this group...

The mnemonic trick is the same .. It is

Science Teacher Vikas Cried, Man Fees Co

Ni Cubool karta, Zaane Kyu?

This mnemonic trick is the similar to the one we studied in the D Block video...

As this group is the D Block group

So you can learn the Atomic Number in the same way

in a chronological Order...

So the Sentence is Science Teacher Vikas Cried, Man Fees Co

Ni Cubool karta, Zaane Kyu?

So the sentence states that Science Teacher, Vikas cried.

So Science Teacher Vikas Cried

and he is not accepting the fees don't know why?

The elements which come under this are

Sc from Science = Scandium

T from Teachers = Titanium, V from Vikas = Vanadium

Science Teacher Vikas Cried, Cr from cried is

Cr = Chromium then man from Man =

Manganese

Man Fees Co Ni Cubool karta, Fe from fees is Fe = Iron

Fees co Ni Cubool karta Co = Cobalt

Ni for Nickel,

Cu from Cubool, Cu = Copper

Cu = Copper

Z from Zaane = Zinc

Science Teacher Vikas Cried, Man Fees Co Ni Cubool karta,

Zaane Kyu? With the help of this you will be able to remember

the atomic numbers

in a chronological order..

With the help of this you will be able to memorize the atomic numbers of the first 30 elements...

So the first 30 atomic numbers are clear

If you remember these three sentences...

In the upcoming videos we will be learning more about the atomic numbers.

Do let us know in the comment section

If you require similar videos on remembering the atomic numbers

we will cover the topic in the upcoming videos

Hope you have seen the previous Periodic Table videos.

In the previous four videos we have

covered S Block video, P block - 2 videos

D Block - 1 video and F Block 1 video..

Once you watched these four videos you will be able

to memorize the whole periodic table...

After this you will be able to learn the atomic numbers as well....

So Thank you for watching this video

Do discuss this with your friends and

keep practicing as it will help you memorize the sentences...

and simultaneously you will be able to memorize all the elements of the periodic table....

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