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Atoms Quiz

Covers the parts of the atom, atomic number and atomic charge

QuestionAnswer
part of the atom that has a positive charge proton
part of the atom that has a negative charge electron
part of the atom that has no charge neutron
What two things are located in the nucleus? protons and neutrons
What do you count to find the atomic number? protons
Which is the lightest part of the atom? electrons
What parts of the atom are the heaviest? protons and neutrons
Where are the protons and neutrons located? nucleus
Where are the electrons located? around the outside of the nucleus
Where is the nuclear located? in the center
When protons are added or taken away from an atom, what happens to the atom? (only 6th grade) It becomes a completely different atom with a new name.
When neutrons are added to an atom, what happens to the atom? (only 6th grade) It becomes heavier.
When neutrons are taken away from an atom, what happens to the atom? (only 6th grade) It becomes lighter.
When electrons are added or taken away from an atom, what might happen to the atom? (only 6th grade) the charge may change
What symbol represents a proton? plus sign
What symbol represents an electron? minus sign
a special type of atom that has a different number of protons and neutrons (only 6th grade) isotope
a special type of atom that has a different number of protons and electrons (only 6th grade) ion
If an atom has more protons than electrons, what is its charge? positive
If an atom has more electrons than protons, what is its charge? negative
If an atom has the same number of electrons and protons, what is its charge? neutral
All _____________ is made up of atoms. matter
The ______________ and the periodic table can help you determine the name of an atom. atomic number
Are gasses made out of atoms? yes
Are liquids made out of atoms? yes
Are solids made out of atoms? yes
Created by: Cabrini