First Test

H
Hydrogen
Li
Lithium
Na
Sodium
K
Potassium
Rb
Rubidium
Cs
Cesium
Be
Beryllium
Mg
Magnesium
Ca
Calcium
Sr
Strontium
Ba
Barium
Ti
Titanium
V
Vanadium
Cr
Chromium
Mn
Manganese
Fe
Iron
Co
Cobalt
Ni
Nickel
Cu
Copper
Zn
Zinc
Ag
Silver
W
Tungsten
Pt
Platinum
Au
Gold
Hg
Mercury
U
Uranium
Ga
Gallium
Sn
Tin
Pb
Lead
He
Helium
B
Boron
C
Carbon
N
Nitrogen
P
Phosphorus
O
Oxygen
F
Fluorine
Ne
Neon
Al
Aluminum
Si
Silicon
S
Sulfur
Cl
Chlorine
Ar
Argon
Ge
Germanium
As
Arsenic
Se
Selenium
Br
Bromine
Kr
Krypton
I
Iodine
Xe
Xenon
The number of _____ determines what atom it is.
Proton
Isotopes have a different number of ______.
Neutrons
12 C
6

12= ________
6= ___________

12= Mass Number
6 = Atomic Number
What determines the mass number?
The number of protons and nuetrons.
What determines the Atomic Number?
the number of protons and electrons.
Cations have a _________ charge
postive
Anions have a _________ charge
negative
An Ionic Compound of made of ________ and ________.
cations and anions.
What are the diatomic molecules?
H, N, F, O, I, C, Br
Cations ______ an electron.
lose
Anions ________ an electron.
gain.
What is a molecular compound?
two or more kinds of atoms that have no net charge.
What group are Alkali Metals?
1A

(Li, Na, K, Rb, Cs, Fr)

What group are Alkaline earth metals?
2A

(Be, Mg, Ca, Sr, Ba, Ra)

What group are Chalcogens
6A

(O, S, Se, Te, Po)

What group are Halogens
7A

(F, Cl, Br, I, At)

What group are Noble Gases
8A

(He, Ne, Ar, Kr, Xe, Rn)

On the peroidic table where are nonmetals located
the right side of the table with the exception of H.
On the perodic table where are Metals located
on the left side of the chart
On the perodic table wehre are Metalloids located
on the stair step line.

(Note: Al, Po and At are not metalloids)

_____ are normally found in nature as isolated atoms.
noble gasses
What is a molecule
a group of atoms that are chmically bonded
What are molecular elements
molecular elements are composed of only one type of atom
what is a molecular compound
compounds that are composed of molecules that contain more than one types of atom
What is the charge of H
1+
What is the charge of Li
1+
What is the charge of Na
1+
What is the charge of K
1+
What is the charge of Rb
1+
What is the charge of Cs
1+
What is the charge of Mg
2+
What is the charge of Ca
2+
What is the charge of Sr
2+
What is the charge of Ba
2+
What is the charge of Al
3+
What is the charge of N
3-
What is the charge of O
2-
What is the charge of S
2-
What is the charge of Se
2-
What is the charge of Te
2-
What is the charge of H
1-
What is the charge of F
1-
What is the charge of Cl
1-
What is the charge of Br
1-
What is the charge of I
1-
Cations end with
-ium
Anions end with
-ide
Charge of CH3COO
1-
Charge of ClO3
1-
Charge of ClO4
1-
Charge of NO3
1-
Charge of MnO4
1-
Charge of CO3
2-
Charge of CrO4
2-
Charge of Cr2O2
2-
Charge of SO4
2-
Charge of PO4
3-
Name and Charge

NH4

Ammonium 1+
Name of CH3COO
Acetate
Name of ClO3
Chlorate
Name of ClO4
Perchlorate
Name of NO3
Nitrate
Name of CO3
Carbonate
Name of CrO4
Chromate
Name of Cr2O7
Dichromate
Name of SO4
Sulfate
Name of PO4
Phosphate
If the anion in an acid ends in -ide, change the ending to ______ and add the prefix ______
-ic

hydro-

If the anion in an acid ends in -ite, change the ending to _______.
-ous
If the anion in an acid ends in -ate, change the ending to _______. And add _____ to the ending.
-ic

acid

prefix 4
tetra
prefix 5
penta
prefix 6
hexa
prefix 7
hepta
prefix 8
octa
prefix 9
nona
What are 3 reaction types
combination,
decomposition,
combustion
what is the percent composition formula

% element = (# of atoms)(atomic weight) X100

              (FW or MW of the compound)

x

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