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Chemistry Test - Review. For Monday 2/13/12. Periodic Table. Basics. Challenge 1. T. Trimpe 2008 http://sciencespot.net/. Use a periodic table and your knowledge of the element families to identify each element by name. 1. I am a member of the Carbon family with 14 electrons.

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Chemistry test review

Chemistry Test - Review

For Monday 2/13/12


Challenge 1

Periodic Table

Basics

Challenge 1

T. Trimpe 2008 http://sciencespot.net/


Use a periodic table and your knowledge of the element families to identify each element by name.

1. I am a member of the Carbon family with 14 electrons.

2. I am a member of the Alkaline Earth family and would have 6 energy levels.

3. I am a halide that is a liquid at room temperature.

4. I am a transition metal with 79 protons.

5. I am a member of the Alkali Metal family with 20 neutrons.


The answers are …

1. I am a member of the Carbon family with 14 electrons.

2. I am a member of the Alkaline Earth family and would have 6 energy levels.

3. I am a halide that is a liquid at room temperature.

4. I am a transition metal with 79 protons.

5. I am a member of the Alkali Metal family with 20 neutrons.

Silicon

Barium

Bromine

Gold

Potassium


Challenge 2

Periodic Table

Basics

Challenge 2

T. Trimpe 2008 http://sciencespot.net/


Use a periodic table and your knowledge of the element families to identify each element by name.

1. I am a member of the Halide family and am a liquid at room temperature.

2. I am a member of the Alkaline Earth family and would have 4 energy levels.

3. I am a member of the Nitrogen family that is gas at room temperature.

4. I am a transition metal with 110 neutrons.

5. I am a member of the Oxygen family with 16 protons and 16 neutrons.


The answers are …

1. I am a member of the Boron family and am a liquid at room temperature.

2. I am a member of the Alkaline Earth family and would have 4 energy levels.

3. I am a member of the Nitrogen family that is gas at room temperature.

4. I am a transition metal with 110 neutrons.

5. I am a member of the Oxygen family with 16 protons and 16 neutrons.

Bromine

Calcium

Nitrogen

Tungsten

Sulfur


Challenge 3

Periodic Table

Basics

Challenge 3

T. Trimpe 2008 http://sciencespot.net/


Use a periodic table and your knowledge of the element families to identify each element by name.

1. I am a Noble Gas that is found in the 6th period.

2. I am a member of the Alkaline Earth family and have 88 electrons.

3. I am a transition metal that is a liquid at room temperature.

4. I am a member of the Carbon family that is found in the 5th period.

5. I am a Halide that is a gas at room temperature and have 3 energy levels.


The answers are …

1. I am a Noble Gas that is found in the 6th period.

2. I am a member of the Alkaline Earth family and have 88 electrons.

3. I am a transition metal that is a liquid at room temperature.

4. I am a member of the Carbon family that is found in the 5th period.

5. I am a Halide that is a gas at room temperature and have 3 energy levels.

Radon

Radium

Mercury

Tin

Chlorine


Challenge 4

Periodic Table

Basics

Challenge 4

T. Trimpe 2008 http://sciencespot.net/


Use your knowledge of the relationships in the periodic table to answer each question.

1. If Element B has 14 protons, how many would an atom of Element C have?

2. If Element G has 3 valance electrons, how many would Element A have?

3. If Element I has 3 energy levels, how many would Element F have?

4. If Element D has 22 electrons, how many would Element F have?

5. If Element E has 4 valence electrons, how many would Element I have?

Mystery Table


The answers are … table to answer each question.

1. If Element B has 14 protons, how many would an atom of Element C have?

2. If Element G has 3 valance electrons, how many would Element A have?

3. If Element I has 3 energy levels, how many would Element F have?

4. If Element D has 22 electrons, how many would Element F have?

5. If Element E has 4 valence electrons, how many would Element I have?

15

3

2

26

5


Challenge 11

Atomic Math table to answer each question.

Challenge #1

T. Trimpe 2008 http://sciencespot.net/


2 table to answer each question.HeHelium4.003

5BBoron10.81

11NaSodium22.990

17ClChlorine35.453

Use the information provided to answer the questions.

  • What is the atomic number for Chlorine?

  • What is the atomic mass for Boron?

  • How many protons are in an atom of Na?

  • How many neutrons are in an atom of He?

  • How many electrons are in an atom of Cl?

  • How many protons and neutrons would be in an atom of Chlorine?

  • How many neutrons are in an atom of Na?

  • How many protons and neutrons are in an atom of Helium?


2 table to answer each question.HeHelium4.003

5BBoron10.81

11NaSodium22.990

17ClChlorine35.453

The answers are …

17

  • What is the atomic number for Chlorine?

  • What is the atomic mass for Boron?

  • How many protons are in an atom of Na?

  • How many neutrons are in an atom of He?

  • How many electrons are in an atom of Cl?

  • How many protons and neutrons would be in an atom of Chlorine?

  • How many neutrons are in an atom of Na?

  • How many protons and neutrons are in an atom of Helium?

10.81 or 11

11

2

17

35.453or 35

12

4.003 or 4


Challenge 5

Periodic Table table to answer each question.

Basics

Challenge 5

T. Trimpe 2008 http://sciencespot.net/


Use your knowledge of the relationships in the periodic table to answer each question.

1. If Element D has 14 protons, how many would an atom of Element F have?

2. If Element H has 3 valance electrons, how many would Element C have?

3. If Element I has 4 energy levels, how many would Element B have?

4. If Element C has 22 electrons, how many would Element A have?

5. If Element F has 4 valence electrons, how many would Element G have?

Mystery Table


The answers are … table to answer each question.

1. If Element D has 14 protons, how many would an atom of Element F have?

2. If Element H has 3 valance electrons, how many would Element C have?

3. If Element I has 4 energy levels, how many would Element B have?

4. If Element C has 22 electrons, how many would Element A have?

5. If Element C has 4 valence electrons, how many would Element G have?

16

4

2

24

2


Challenge 21

Atomic Math table to answer each question.

Challenge #2

T. Trimpe 2008 http://sciencespot.net/


1 table to answer each question.HHydrogen1.01

3LiLithium6.94

14SiSilicon28.09

18ArArgon39.95

Use the information provided to answer the questions.

  • What is the atomic number for lithium?

  • How many protons does an atom of Si have?

  • What is the atomic mass for Argon?

  • How many electrons does an atom of H have?

  • How many neutrons are in an atom of Li?

  • How many electrons are in an atom of Si?

  • How many electrons would be in the second energy level of an atom of Si?

  • How many protons and neutrons are in an atom of Argon?


1 table to answer each question.HHydrogen1.01

3LiLithium6.94

14SiSilicon28.09

18ArArgon39.95

The answers are …

3

  • What is the atomic number for lithium?

  • How many protons does an atom of Si have?

  • What is the atomic mass for Argon?

  • How many electrons does an atom of H have?

  • How many neutrons are in an atom of Li?

  • How many electrons are in an atom of Si?

  • How many electrons would be in the second energy level of an atom of Si?

  • How many protons and neutrons are in an atom of Argon?

14

39.95

1

4

14

8

39.95


Challenge 31

Atomic Math table to answer each question.

Challenge #3

T. Trimpe 2008 http://sciencespot.net/


Fill in the chart using the information provided. table to answer each question.

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I


The answers are … table to answer each question.

3

4

3

16

8

8

13

13

14


Challenge 41

Atomic Math table to answer each question.

Challenge #4

T. Trimpe 2008 http://sciencespot.net/


Fill in the correct number for each letter table to answer each question.using the information provided.

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I


The answers are … table to answer each question.

12

12

12

31

15

15

19

19

20


Challenge 51

Atomic Math table to answer each question.

Challenge #5

T. Trimpe 2008 http://sciencespot.net/


Use a periodic table to help you identify each element. Give its symbol for the answer.

1. I am a member of the Boron family with 49 protons.

2. I have a total of 74 electrons in an atom.

3. I have an atomic mass of 55.847.

4. I have 8 neutrons in an atom.

5. I have 14 protons, 14 neutrons, and 14 electrons in an atom.

6. I have 99 protons and 99 electrons in an atom.

7. I am a member of the Halide family with 18 neutrons.

8. I have 20 neutrons, but only 2 valence electrons.


The answers are … its symbol for the answer.

In

1. I am a member of the Boron family with 49 protons.

2. I have a total of 74 electrons in an atom.

3. I have an atomic mass of 55.847.

4. I have 8 neutrons in an atom.

5. I have 14 protons, 14 neutrons, and 14 electrons in an atom.

6. I have 99 protons and 99 electrons in an atom.

7. I am a member of the Halide family with 18 neutrons.

8. I have 20 neutrons, but only 2 valence electrons.

W

Fe

O

Si

Es

Cl

Ca


Chemistry its symbol for the answer.

Bohr Diagrams

Challenge # 1

By Liz LaRosa http://www.middleschoolscience.com for http://sciencespot.net/ 2008


Draw a Bohr Diagram for its symbol for the answer.

each of the following elements:

F

Li

C


Draw a Bohr Diagram for its symbol for the answer.

each of the following elements:

F

Li

C


Chemistry its symbol for the answer.

Bohr Diagrams

Challenge # 2

By Liz LaRosa http://www.middleschoolscience.com for http://sciencespot.net/ 2008


Draw a Bohr Diagram for its symbol for the answer.

each of the following elements:

H

Ar

He


Draw a Bohr Diagram for its symbol for the answer.

each of the following elements:

H

Ar

He


Chemistry its symbol for the answer.

Bohr Diagrams

Challenge # 3

By Liz LaRosa http://www.middleschoolscience.com for http://sciencespot.net/ 2008


Draw a Bohr Diagram for its symbol for the answer.

each of the following elements:

N

Na

B


Draw a Bohr Diagram for its symbol for the answer.

each of the following elements:

N

Na

B


Chemistry its symbol for the answer.

Bonding

Challenge # 1

By Liz LaRosa http://www.middleschoolscience.com for http://sciencespot.net/ 2008


Determine if the following Molecules contain its symbol for the answer.

Ionic or Covalent Bonds

H

Cl

Na

Cl

K

Cl


Determine if the following Molecules contain its symbol for the answer.

Ionic or Covalent Bonds

H

Cl

Covalent

-

+

Na

Cl

Ionic

-

+

K

Cl

Ionic


Chemistry its symbol for the answer.

Bonding

Challenge # 2

By Liz LaRosa http://www.middleschoolscience.com for http://sciencespot.net/ 2008


Determine if the following Molecules contain its symbol for the answer.

Ionic or Covalent Bonds

Cl

Cl

Li

Br

O

O


Determine if the following Molecules contain its symbol for the answer.

Ionic or Covalent Bonds

Cl

Cl

Covalent

+

-

Li

Br

Ionic

O

O

Covalent


Chemistry its symbol for the answer.

Bonding

Challenge # 3

By Liz LaRosa http://www.middleschoolscience.com for http://sciencespot.net/ 2008


Make a molecule out of the following atoms. its symbol for the answer.

Determine if it is an Ionic or Covalent Bond.

Write the chemical formula for the molecule.

H

H

O


Make a molecule out of the following atoms. its symbol for the answer.

Determine if it is an Ionic or Covalent Bond.

Write the chemical formula for the molecule.

H

H

Covalent

O

H20


Chemistry its symbol for the answer.

Bonding

Challenge # 4

By Liz LaRosa http://www.middleschoolscience.com for http://sciencespot.net/ 2008


Make a molecule out of the following atoms. its symbol for the answer.

Determine if it is an Ionic or Covalent Bond.

Write the chemical formula for the molecule.

H

H

H

H

C


Make a molecule out of the following atoms. its symbol for the answer.

Determine if it is an Ionic or Covalent Bond.

Write the chemical formula for the molecule.

H

H

H

H

Covalent

C

CH4


Chemistry its symbol for the answer.

Bonding

Challenge # 5

By Liz LaRosa http://www.middleschoolscience.com for http://sciencespot.net/ 2008


Make a molecule out of the following atoms. its symbol for the answer.

Determine if it is an Ionic or Covalent Bond.

Write the chemical formula for the molecule.

H

H

H

N


Make a molecule out of the following atoms. its symbol for the answer.

Determine if it is an Ionic or Covalent Bond.

Write the chemical formula for the molecule.

H

H

H

Covalent

N

NH3


Chemistry its symbol for the answer.

Bonding

Challenge # 6

By Liz LaRosa http://www.middleschoolscience.com for http://sciencespot.net/ 2008


Make a molecule out of the following atoms. its symbol for the answer.

Determine if it is an Ionic or Covalent Bond.

Write the chemical formula for the molecule.

Cl

Cl

Ca


Make a molecule out of the following atoms. its symbol for the answer.

Determine if it is an Ionic or Covalent Bond.

Write the chemical formula for the molecule.

+

-

-

Cl

Cl

Ionic

Ca

CaCl2


Chemistry its symbol for the answer.

Lewis Structures

Challenge # 1

By Liz LaRosa http://www.middleschoolscience.com for http://sciencespot.net/ 2008


Draw a Lewis Structure for its symbol for the answer.

each of the following elements:

K

Cl

N


Draw a Lewis Structure for its symbol for the answer.

each of the following elements:

K

Cl

N


Chemistry its symbol for the answer.

Lewis Structures

Challenge # 2

By Liz LaRosa http://www.middleschoolscience.com for http://sciencespot.net/ 2008


Draw a Lewis Structure for its symbol for the answer.

each of the following elements:

Be

O

Ne


Draw a Lewis Structure for its symbol for the answer.

each of the following elements:

Be

O

Ne


Chemistry its symbol for the answer.

Lewis Structures

Challenge # 3

By Liz LaRosa http://www.middleschoolscience.com for http://sciencespot.net/ 2008


Draw a Lewis Structure for its symbol for the answer.

each of the following elements:

Ca

B

S


Draw a Lewis Structure for its symbol for the answer.

each of the following elements:

Ca

B

S


Chemistry its symbol for the answer.

Lewis Structures

Challenge # 4

By Liz LaRosa http://www.middleschoolscience.com for http://sciencespot.net/ 2008


Draw a Lewis Structure for its symbol for the answer.

each of the following elements:

As

Pb

I


Draw a Lewis Structure for its symbol for the answer.

each of the following elements:

As

Pb

I


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