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Chem Test 1 Review

Chemistry 1010 Test one information review

What does the variable "Z" represent? Protons
What does the variable "N" represent? Neutrons
What's the mass of one Amu? 1.67x10^-24 grams
What is the Atomic Number represent? The number of protons in a given atom
What are ions? Atoms with a difference between electrons and protons
what is a Cation? When an atom has less elections than the number of protons
What is a Anion? When an atom has more electrons than the number of protons
What are Neutrons? Part of an Atom that has mass but no charge
What is an Isotopoe? An atom with an unchanging atomic number but has more or less neutrons
What is the Mass Number The number of protons and Neutrons added together (Also denoted by the variable "A")
What is the Atomic Mass The Total Mass of an Atom
How many atoms are in one Mole? 6.022x10^23 atoms
What is the relationship between atomic mass and moles? The atomic mass on the periodic table of elements is the mass in grams per mole
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