2 ??? From an elements location in the periodic table, you can predict
3 properties From an elements location in the periodic table, you can predict
4 ??? Most metals are this state of matter at room temperature
5 solid Most metals are this state of matter at room temperature
6 ??? More than half the non-metals are this state of matter at room temperature
7 gas More than half the non-metals are this state of matter at room temperature
8 ??? Scientists create models to help describe ATOMS because atoms are
9 TOO small Scientists create models to help describe ATOMS because atoms are
10 ??? Which subatomic particles are located in the nucleus of an atom?
11 Protons and neutrons Which subatomic particles are located in the nucleus of an atom?
12 ??? Who created the Periodic Table of Elements?
13 Dmitri Mendeleev Who created the Periodic Table of Elements?
14 ??? How many periods are on the Periodic Table of Elements?
15 7 How many periods are on the Periodic Table of Elements?
16 ??? How many groups/families are on the Periodic Table of Elements?
17 18 How many groups/families are on the Periodic Table of Elements?
18 ??? Which category contains the most elements?
19 metals Which category contains the most elements?
20 ??? In an atom, the number of protons equals the number of
21 electrons In an atom, the number of protons equals the number of
22 ??? What do elements in a column on the periodic table have in common
23 Same properties What do elements in a column on the periodic table have in common
24 ??? What parts of the atom move around the nucleus?
25 electrons What parts of the atom move around the nucleus?
26 ??? Which elements share characteristics with both metals and nonmetals?
27 metalloids Which elements share characteristics with both metals and nonmetals?
28 ??? Which particles in atoms have a negative charge?
29 electrons Which particles in atoms have a negative charge?
30 What is the element symbol for silicon????
31 What is the element symbol for silicon? Si
32 What is the chemical symbol for Boron????
33 What is the chemical symbol for Boron? B
34 What is the name of the element with the symbol K????
35 What is the name of the element with the symbol K? Potassium
36 What is the name of the element with chemical symbol Na????
37 What is the name of the element with chemical symbol Na? Sodium
38 Metal? Nonmetal? Or Metalloid? Iron
39 Metal? Nonmetal? Or Metalloid? Iron Metal
40 Metal? Nonmetal? Or Metalloid? Carbon
41 Metal? Nonmetal? Or Metalloid? Carbon Nonmetal
42 Metal? Nonmetal? Or Metalloid? Arsenic
43 Metal? Nonmetal? Or Metalloid? Arsenic Metalloid
44 Metal? Nonmetal? Or Metalloid? Argon
45 Metal? Nonmetal? Or Metalloid? Argon Nonmetal
46 Metal? Nonmetal? Or Metalloid? Lithium
47 Metal? Nonmetal? Or Metalloid? Lithium metal
48 What is the Chemical Symbol?
49 What is the Chemical Symbol? N
50 What is the Chemical Name?
51 What is the Chemical Name? Nitrogen
52 What is the atomic number?
53 What is the atomic number? 7
54 What is the atomic mass?
55 What is the atomic mass? 14.01
56 How many protons?
57 How many protons? 7
58 How many neutrons?
59 How many neutrons? (14-7=7)
60 How many electrons?
61 How many electrons? 7 (same as protons)
62 ??? Which property means shininess of a metal?
63 luster Which property means shininess of a metal?
64 ??? Which metal property means the ability to be hammered into a shape
65 malleability Which metal property means the ability to be hammered into a shape
66 ??? Which property means ability to be pulled into a wire?
67 ductile Which property means ability to be pulled into a wire?
68 ??? Which property means metals are attracted to other metals?
69 magnetic Which property means metals are attracted to other metals?
70 ??? Which property of metals means that heat and electricity can pass through?
71 conductivity Which property of metals means that heat and electricity can pass through?
72 Draw the Bohr model for Sodium
73 Draw the Bohr model for Sodium 1 st shell can hold up to 2 2 nd shell can hold up to 8 3 rd shell can hold up to 8 Protons =atomic number = 11 Neutrons= rounded atomic mass atomic number 23-11= =9 (2 in shell 1) 9-8=1 (8 in shell 2) 1 left (1 in shell 3) Your electrons should equal your protons
74 Define isotope
75 Define isotope An atom with the same number of protons and a different number of neutrons from other atoms of the same element
76 How many neutrons in Carbon 14?
77 How many neutrons in Carbon 14? Isotope # - Protons 14-6=8 Can also count up the neutrons
78 How many neutrons in Carbon 12?
79 How many neutrons in Carbon 12? Isotope # - Protons 12-6=6 Can also count up the neutrons
80 How many neutrons in Carbon 13?
81 How many neutrons in Carbon 13? Isotope # - Protons 13-6=7 Can also count up the neutrons
82 What is true about the number of protons and electrons in ALL 3 isotopes?
83 What is true about the number of protons and electrons in ALL 3 isotopes? The number of protons and electrons in all 3 will remain constant (the same) Carbon will have 6 protons and 6 electrons
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