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ILS Final Take 2

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How do you find the overall charge of an atom? number of protons minus the number of electrons. more protons is a positive charge, more electrons is a negative charge, equal is nuetral
How do you find the number of valence electrons? know the group
Which way do groups move on the periodic table? groups are horizontal increasing left to right
Which way do periods move on the periodic table? period are vertical and go down
What kind of boundary moves towards each other? convergent
Which subatomic particle has a negative charge? electrons
What kind of boundary moves apart? divergent
What is energy with movement called? kinetic energy
Which subatomic particle has a positive charge protons
How does the Sun generate energy? nuclear fusion
Which subatomic particle has a neutral charge? neutrons
Which subatomic particles is similar in size? protons and neutrons
What is the proper way to light a bunsen burner? make sure air vent is closed, make sure needle valve is closed, turn on gas, turn needle half turn, striker, adjust height, let air in,
How do you find atomic mass in an atom? protons plus neutrons
What kind of boundary slides past each other? transform
Which subatomic particle determines what the element is? protons
Where are protons and neutrons located? nucleus
Natural gas mixes with __________ to create a blue flame in the bunsen burner oxygen
What is the unit for energy? joules
What subatomic particles are in the nucleus of the atom? protons and neutrons
What is an ion? an atom or molecule with a net electric charge due to the loss or gain of one or more electrons.
Why are blue colored flames best on a bunsen burner? they are clean, hotter, and safer
What is the volume of a liquid measure in? ml
How can I turn and orange flame into a blue flame on a burner? open the air hole
Where are the most reactive metals on the periodic table, and what are they called? alkali metals
How many valence electrons do the most reactive types of elements have? 1 or 7
How many valence electrons do alkali metals have? Alkaline earth? 1 alkali metals and 2 for alkaline earth
How much larger is a centimeter than a millimeter? ten times larger
What is matter? objects that take up space and have a mass
What is a broad explanation that is widely accepted because it is backed up by a great deal of evidence? Theory
What is the equation for density? mass/volume
What is the equation for speed? distance/time
What kind of boundary is the San Andreas fault on? strike-slip, transform
Two nonmetals bonded together are what kind of compound? Covalent compound
If an atom has one valence electron, what would its charge be when it becomes an ion? -1
Where are the metalloids located? stair step between nonmetal and metal
What is the process of how the Earth was formed called? accreation
What are covalent bonds? share electrons, made of non-metals only
Know how to draw a proper Bohr Model
Know how to draw a proper Lewis Diagram
What is an inverse relationship? one one variable increases the other decreases
What is a direct relationship? one increase other increase, one decreases other decreases
What kind of object does not let electrons to flow through an object? insulator
Charge transfer without direct contact is called? induction
Collisions in a container generate more _______________. Energy, heat, friction
Waves are a propagation of _________________ sound
What is the building block of all matter? atom
What is an independent variable? variable being changed
What is an dependent variable? responds to independent
How are scientific theories different from the everyday use of theory? backed up by evidence
What are constants? the variable kept the same
What is a subducting plate? the plate that goes under other plates
Break in a rock along a rock mass fault
Unit of measurement for force? newtons
What is the first thing you should do when you get into the lab area? read directions
What is attracted to a positively charged object? electrons
Where is new ocean crust made? mid-ocean ridges
What kind of variable is changed in the experiment? independent
What kind of variable is kept the same throughout the experiment? constant
What kind of variable responds to the independent variable in the experiment? dependent variable
Which group is the alkali metals? 1
Which group is the alkaline earth metals? 2
Which group is the most reactive group of nonmetals? group 17
Where are the metalloids located? in stair step between nonmetals and metals
What is an ion? a charged atom
What is an isotope? an element that contains equal numbers of protons but different numbers of neutrons
Know how to read and use the periodic table.
Know how to find atomic mass protons plus neutrons
Know how to complete metric line conversion
Be able to think through some lab rules.
Be able to read a compound an know how many of each element is in the compound two or more elements that chemically combine like NaCl. however many capital letters in each element determines how many in a compound
Be able to know what the charge of an ion would be after it lost or gained electrons. Lost + charge Gainted -charge
charge protons-electrons
Created by: Chapman31