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Bushong Ch 2

Structure of Matter

What fundamental particle has a neutral charge neutron
Whose atomic model described atoms being connected together using a hook and eye system Dalton
The Greeks model described atoms as being described or modified by four_________ ; wet, dry, hot, cold essences
In radioactive decay, what type of emission involves an unstable nucleus creating an electron then ejecting it in order to become stable beta
What type of bonding occurs when an electron transfers from one atom to another ionic
Which fundamental particle is located outside the nucleus electrons
What 2 fundamental particles are located inside the nucleus protons and neutrons
What energies work to keep the orbiting electrons in their appropriate place around the nucleus centripetal, centrifugal, binding
Which energy keeps the electron from flying out of orbit centripetal
Which energy prevents the electron from moving closer to the nucleus centrifugal
What electron shell is closer to the nucleus k
Which type of atom presents with the same atomic number and atomic mass but varying energy states due to nucleon arrangement isomers
What occurs when several molecules of the same composition combine compound
When atoms of various elements combine they form molecules
What is the dense center of the atom called nucleus
What is the maximum number of electrons in an N shell if it is the outermost shell of an atom 8
What type of charge do alpha particles have positive
What type of charge do beta particles have negative
What type of charge do photons have no charge or mass
What will an alpha particle become when it picks up electrons and stabilizes helium
What is the force that kees an electron in orbit centripetal
The atomic mass number of an atom is usually a whole number
Columns or groups in the periodic chart are associated with the number of electrons in the outermost shell
T or F: A compound is any quantity of one type of molecule true
What type of bond is created when two atoms share electrons because neither atom is strong enough to attract the electrons from the other atom covalent
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