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Science

Atomic/periodic table

QuestionAnswer
hydrogen - H-----list what it is, how many electrons and the atomic mass non metal - one electron atomic mass- 1.008
helium - He-----list what it is, how many electrons and the atomic mass noble gas - 2 electron- atomic mass 4.003
lithium - Li---- list what it is, how many electrons and the atomic mass alkali metal - 1 electron - atomic mass 6.941
berylium - Be--- list what it is, how many electrons and the atomic mass alkaline earth metal - 2 electrons - atomic mass 9.012
boron - B-- list what it is, how many electrons and the atomic mass metalloids - 3 electrons - atomic mass 10.81
carbon - C-- list what it is, how many electrons and the atomic mass non metal 4 electrons - atomic mass 12.01
nitrogen - N--- list what it is, how many electrons and the atomic mass non metal - 5 electrons - atomic mass 14.01
oxygen O--- list what it is, how many electrons and the atomic mass non metal - 6 electron - atomic mass 16.00
fluorine - F--- list what it is, how many electrons and the atomic mass halogens - 7 electrons - atomic mass - 19.00
neon - Ne--- list what it is, how many electrons and the atomic mass noble gas - 8 electron - atomic mass - 20.18
sodium - Na-- list what it is, how many electrons and the atomic mass alkali metal - 1 electron - atomic mass - 22.99
magnesium - Mg-- list what it is, how many electrons and the atomic mass alkali metal - 2 electron - atomic mass - 24.31
aluminum - Al-- list what it is, how many electrons and the atomic mass non metal - 3 electron - atomic mass - 26.98
silicon - Si--- list what it is, how many electrons and the atomic mass metalloids - 4 electrons - atomic mass - 28.09
phosphorus - P-- list what it is, how many electrons and the atomic mass non metal - 5 electron - atomic mass - 30.97
sulfur - S-- list what it is, how many electrons and the atomic mass non metal - 6 electrons - atomic mass - 32.07
chlorine - Cl--- list what it is, how many electrons and the atomic mass halogen - 7 electron - atomic mass - 35.45
argon - Ar-- list what it is, how many electrons and the atomic mass noble gas - 8 electron - atomic mass - 39.95
Which part of the atom is the smallest? electron
Which part of the atom is positively charged? protons
Which part of the atom is responsible for bonding? valance electrons
Which part of the atom is largest? nucleus
Which part of the atom is neutral? the neutron
3 characteristics of a covalent bond 1. forms between 2 metals 2. softens compounds 3. can be solid, liquid or gas
3 characteristics of a ionic bond 1. between metal & non metal 2. always make a solid 3. rigid brittle compounds
what is an ion an atom or molecule with a net electrical charge due to the loss or gain of one or more electrons
How does an atom become a positive ion it loses or gains the number of electrons
What families on the periodic table do this helium, lithium, beryllium, boron, carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, fluorine, neon, sodium, magnesium, aluminum
What is an isotype? each of two or more forms of the same element that contain equal numbers of the nuetrons in their nucleus.
Created by: Alexa Ahlgrim