Atomic Structure and Periodic Table Exam Review

Atomic Structure and Periodic Table Exam Review

This exam review covers various aspects of atomic structure and the periodic table. To begin, locate and identify the alkali metals and alkaline earth metals on your periodic table. Additionally, list

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Slide1Atomic Structure & PeriodicTable EXAM REVIEW

Slide2Point to the Alkali Metals onyour Periodic Table Point to the Alkaline Earth Metals on your Periodic Table

Slide3List All the Metalloids

Slide4Point to the HalogensPoint to the Transition Metals

Slide5Which element is the Noble gaswith the largest atomic mass

Slide6A:          AluminumC:              Iodine B:             Tin D:            Arsenic Which is a metalloid (semi-metal) ?

Slide7If Nitrogen was found to beneutral, how many electrons would it have?

Slide8P-236 has how many neutrons?Is it an Isotope?

Slide9Write the Ion Symbol for acarbon atom that has 9 electrons

Slide10Draw the Lewis Symbol for CaDraw the Lewis Symbol for CaF 2

Slide11Ge-75List Protons, Electrons & Neutrons Is GE-75 an isotope?  Why?

Slide12An atom of Copper gained 2electrons, draw the ION SYMBOL. SHOW YOUR CALCULATIONS

Slide13This element is a metalloid withfive valence electrons and has the higher atomic mass of the pair.

Slide14An atom of Iron was found tohave 26 protons, 26 electrons, 32 neutrons.  Is this Iron atom an Ion or an Isotope?  Why?

Slide15A:        CarbonC:          Bromine B:           Copper D:          Potassium Which is a Halogen?

Slide16How many electron orbitalsdoes Strontium have?

Slide17Manganese has how manyprotons, electrons, and neutrons?

Slide18Which group of elements haveno definite shape or volume?

Slide19This nonmetal has a valencenumber of one and is very reactive

Slide20A:  are repelled by thenucleus C:    have the highest energy level B:   prevent atoms from bonding D:   are held most tightly An atom’s valence electrons are those electrons that:

Slide21How many total atoms are inCaCO 3 ?       What is the Formula Mass?        What % is Carbon?

Slide22An atom of Aluminum wasfound to have 13 protons, 10 electrons, and 14 neutrons.  Is this Aluminum atom an Ion or an Isotope?

Slide23A:             protonC:            electron B:            neutron D:             nucleus Which of the following is found farthest from the center of an atom?

Slide24A:             IsotopeC:  Completely different element B:                Ion D:         Compound An element that has the same number of protons but a different number of neutrons is known as a(n)…..

Slide25A: p+ & e- groupedtogether in a random pattern C: p+ & e- grouped together in an alternating pattern B:   a core of p+ & n’s surrounded by e- D: a core of e- & n’s surrounded by p+’s Which of the following  best describes an atom?

Slide26A:              I & OC:           Fe & O B:              Ir & O D:             Pb & O Iron oxides, such as rust, form when iron reacts with oxygen in the air.  What are the chemical symbols for the 2 elements found in iron oxide?

Slide27A: They have the samethermal conductivity C: They have the same number of protons B: They are noble (inert) gases D:   They are nonmetals What do the elements sulfur, nitrogen, phosphorus & bromine have in common?

Slide28A:         semimetalsC:   noble (inert) gases B:          nonmetals D:           metals Which class of elements  best conducts electricity?

Slide29SA:     Homogeneous                Mixture C:   Heterogeneous             Mixture B:              Solution D:             Compound What is a pure substance that is made from 2 or more elements?