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Quiz: Solve The Basic Chemistry Questions!
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The positively-charged particles in an atom are called __________________.
Protons and neutrons are found in the ______________________ of the atom.
How many electrons are found in an atom's first orbital (or electron shell)?
Carbon has 6 electrons. How many valence electrons does it have?
Chlorine has 17 electrons. How many valence electrons does it have?
There are ______________ naturally-occurring elements in the periodic table.
A molecule is formed when two or more atoms join together. What do you call a molecule that contains at least two different elements?
What tells us the number of protons that an atom has?
Refer to a periodic table. How many protons does Iron have? (Hint: The symbol for iron is Fe).
Refer to a periodic table. What is the symbol for Neon?
What is an atom called that has a different number of protons than neutrons?
The _______________rule teaches that when an atom has eight electrons in its outer shell, it become more stable.
Carbon and oxygen share electrons to form a molecule called carbon dioxide. This is an example of _________________ bonding.
An atom that has lost an electron is called a cation, and an atom that has gained an electron is called an ______________.
An anion has a _____________________ charge because it has more electrons than it has protons.
Sodium gives up its valence electron to chlorine. They are attracted to each other and form a molecule called NaCl (which we know as salt). This is an example of ________________ bonding.
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