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Ultimate Chemistry

The Ultimate Chemistry Review

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Three subatomic particles protons, electrons, neutrons
Protons Positive charge, in the nucleus
Neutrons Neutral charge, in the nucleus
Electron Negative charge, flying around outside of the nucleus
Alkali Metal Group 1A: Li, Na, K, etc.
Alkaline Earth Metal Group 2A: Be, Mg, Ca, etc.
Halogen Group 7A: F, Cl, Br, etc.
Nonmetal Left of stairs: O,F, S, C, etc.
Transition Metal middle block: Mn, Pt, Hg, etc.
Metalloid or semimetal Along stairs: Si, Ge, As, etc.
Inner Transitional Metals Bottom Block: U, Pa, Ce, etc.
What is the atomic Number? The number of protons or number of electrons
What is the mass number? The number of protons and neutrons
What is the atomic mass of an element? The number of protons and electrons
Where does the mass number not occur? The mass number does not show on the Periodic table
What is one way you can identify whether two different elements are similar? If they are in the same column.
Z=? protons
A=? Protons + neutrons
How do you calculate the atomic mass? multiply MASS(amu)and PERCENT ABUNDANCE...then divide by 100 and don't forget units (amu)
At room temperature, most elements are what physical state? SOLID
Are most elements on the periodic table metals, non-metals or metalloids? Metals (Transitional)
Homogenous Crystal light and water. It is mixed but you cannot visibly see them seperately.
Heterogenous Dirt and Water. It is mixed and can see the two elements seperately. They are not completely mixed into each other.There are "Chunks."
John Dalton He made a theory in the early 1800's -The elements are made up of tiny
Three subatomic particles protons, electrons, neutrons
Protons Positive charge, in the nucleus
Neutrons Neutral charge, in the nucleus
Electron Negative charge, flying around outside of the nucleus
Alkali Metal Group 1A: Li, Na, K, etc.
Alkaline Earth Metal Group 2A: Be, Mg, Ca, etc.
Halogen Group 7A: F, Cl, Br, etc.
Nonmetal Left of stairs: O,F, S, C, etc.
Transition Metal middle block: Mn, Pt, Hg, etc.
Metalloid or semimetal Along stairs: Si, Ge, As, etc.
Inner Transitional Metals Bottom Block: U, Pa, Ce, etc.
What is the atomic Number? The number of protons or number of electrons
What is the mass number? The number of protons and neutrons
What is the atomic mass of an element? The number of protons and electrons
Where does the mass number not occur? The mass number does not show on the Periodic table
What is one way you can identify whether two different elements are similar? If they are in the same column.
Z=? protons
A=? Protons + neutrons
How do you calculate the atomic mass? multiply MASS(amu)and PERCENT ABUNDANCE...then divide by 100 and don't forget units (amu)
At room temperature, most elements are what physical state? SOLID
Are most elements on the periodic table metals, non-metals or metalloids? Metals (Transitional)
Homogenous Crystal light and water. It is mixed but you cannot visibly see them seperately.
Heterogenous Dirt and Water. It is mixed and can see the two elements seperately. They are not completely mixed into each other.There are "Chunks."
John Dalton He made a theory in the early 1800's -The elements are made up of tiny
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