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Ions Quiz

Ionic compounds, Atomic structure, and ions

This element has 12 protons Mg (Magnesium)
Positively charged particle found in the nucleus Proton
Vertical columns of elements that share similar characteristics Groups
The ability to stretch metal into wires Ductile
Element with the symbol Au Gold
Particle with no charge Neutron
Horizontal row of elements that have the same number of shells Periods
This nonmental is a liquid at room temp Bromine
This group is the most reactive on the PT Alkali Metals
The elements found in period 6 at the bottom of the PT Lanthanides
The elements found in period 7 at the bottom of the PT Actanides
The number of periods on the PT Seven
The ability to pound metal into sheets Malleable
Electrons in the outermost shell Valence Electrons
The number of groups on the PT Eighteen
Atoms with a charge Ions
An atom that has lost an electron Cation
The Russian scientist credited with organizing the PT in 1869 Mendeleev
The number that makes atoms happy Eight
The number of protons in the nucleus of an atom Atomic Number
This metal is a liquid at room temp Mercury
Smallest unit of matter Atom
"Eating away at" Corrosive
Negatively charged particles Electrons
This group is the most stable on the PT Noble Gases
Location of protons and neutrons Nucleus
Ionic ___________ conduct electricity when dissolved in water Compounds
This model is used to represent atoms by drawing a nucleus and shells Bohr models
An atom that has gained at electron Anion
Element with the symbol Ag Silver
The number found on the bottom right of atom Subscripts
This level can hold a maximum of 2 electrons on its shell First
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