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Atomic Quizzes & Trivia

At the smallest level of everything is an atom. This atomic particle of matter is the smallest unit of a chemical element. So if atoms are so small, how are they measured? The standard atomic measurement is in picometers (trillionths of a meter). That’s really small!
 
Do you know what atoms are made of? Getting down to basics, atoms are mainly composed of electrons, protons, and neutrons. However, did you know that protons are the real star of an atom? The number of protons determines whether the atom is carbon, copper, or any number of elements. The world of atoms, elements, and chemistry come together in amazingly complex way to create life as we know it. Test your chemistry knowledge by taking one of our online quizzes!
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You must take this quiz to find out which of the activities within this step you must complete.

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    Which of the following is NOT found within the nucleus of an atom?

Atomic orbital represent the place around nucleus of an atom. Each Atomic orbital can sustain a certain amount of electrons. Complete this quiz to see how big is your knowledge in this field of study.

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    What is the shape of a p orbital?

Take this interesting quiz and learn more about atomic masses!

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    Calculate the relative formula mass for the compound: H2SO4

Choose or type the answer that best completes each question or prompt.

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    The diagram below represents carbon-14. What is the mass number of carbon-14?  
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