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1 Chemistry Test - Review For Monday 2/13/12

2 Challenge 1 T. Trimpe 2008

3 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.

4 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

5 Challenge 2 T. Trimpe 2008

6 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.

7 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

8 Challenge 3 T. Trimpe 2008

9 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 6 th 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 5 th period. 5. I am a Halide that is a gas at room temperature and have 3 energy levels.

10 The answers are … Radon Radium Mercury Tin Chlorine 1. I am a Noble Gas that is found in the 6 th 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 5 th period. 5. I am a Halide that is a gas at room temperature and have 3 energy levels.

11 Challenge 4 T. Trimpe 2008

12 Use your knowledge of the relationships in the periodic table to answer each question. ABC DEF GHI 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

13 The answers are … ABC DEF GHI 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?

14 Challenge #1 T. Trimpe 2008

15 5 B Boron He Helium Na Sodium Cl Chlorine Use the information provided to answer the questions. 1.What is the atomic number for Chlorine? 2.What is the atomic mass for Boron? 3.How many protons are in an atom of Na? 4.How many neutrons are in an atom of He? 5.How many electrons are in an atom of Cl? 6.How many protons and neutrons would be in an atom of Chlorine? 7.How many neutrons are in an atom of Na? 8.How many protons and neutrons are in an atom of Helium?

16 5 B Boron He Helium Na Sodium Cl Chlorine The answers are … 1.What is the atomic number for Chlorine? 2.What is the atomic mass for Boron? 3.How many protons are in an atom of Na? 4.How many neutrons are in an atom of He? 5.How many electrons are in an atom of Cl? 6.How many protons and neutrons would be in an atom of Chlorine? 7.How many neutrons are in an atom of Na? 8.How many protons and neutrons are in an atom of Helium? or or or 4

17 Challenge 5 T. Trimpe 2008

18 Use your knowledge of the relationships in the periodic table to answer each question. ABC DEF GHI 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

19 The answers are … ABC DEF GHI 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?

20 Challenge #2 T. Trimpe 2008

21 3 Li Lithium H Hydrogen Si Silicon Ar Argon Use the information provided to answer the questions. 1.What is the atomic number for lithium? 2.How many protons does an atom of Si have? 3.What is the atomic mass for Argon? 4.How many electrons does an atom of H have? 5.How many neutrons are in an atom of Li? 6.How many electrons are in an atom of Si? 7.How many electrons would be in the second energy level of an atom of Si? 8.How many protons and neutrons are in an atom of Argon?

22 3 Li Lithium H Hydrogen Si Silicon Ar Argon The answers are … 1.What is the atomic number for lithium? 2.How many protons does an atom of Si have? 3.What is the atomic mass for Argon? 4.How many electrons does an atom of H have? 5.How many neutrons are in an atom of Li? 6.How many electrons are in an atom of Si? 7.How many electrons would be in the second energy level of an atom of Si? 8.How many protons and neutrons are in an atom of Argon?

23 Challenge #3 T. Trimpe 2008

24 Fill in the chart using the information provided. ElementAtomic # Atomic Mass ProtonsNeutronsElectrons Li37ABC O8DE8F AlG27HI13 A BC DEF GHI

25 The answers are … ElementAtomic # Atomic Mass ProtonsNeutronsElectrons Li37ABC O8DE8F AlG27HI

26 Challenge #4 T. Trimpe 2008

27 Fill in the correct number for each letter using the information provided. Element Atomic Number Atomic Mass # of Protons # of Neutrons # of Electrons Mg1224ABC P15DE16F KG39HI19 A BC DEF GHI

28 The answers are … ElementAtomic # Atomic Mass ProtonsNeutronsElectrons Mg1224ABC P15DE16F KG39HI

29 Challenge #5 T. Trimpe 2008

30 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 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.

31 The answers are … 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 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. In W Fe O Si Es Cl Ca

32 By Liz LaRosa for 2008http://www.middleschoolscience.comhttp://sciencespot.net/ Chemistry Challenge # 1 Bohr Diagrams

33 Draw a Bohr Diagram for each of the following elements:

34 Draw a Bohr Diagram for each of the following elements:

35 By Liz LaRosa for 2008http://www.middleschoolscience.comhttp://sciencespot.net/ Chemistry Challenge # 2 Bohr Diagrams

36 Draw a Bohr Diagram for each of the following elements:

37 Draw a Bohr Diagram for each of the following elements:

38 By Liz LaRosa for 2008http://www.middleschoolscience.comhttp://sciencespot.net/ Chemistry Challenge # 3 Bohr Diagrams

39 Draw a Bohr Diagram for each of the following elements:

40 Draw a Bohr Diagram for each of the following elements:

41 By Liz LaRosa for 2008http://www.middleschoolscience.comhttp://sciencespot.net/ Chemistry Challenge # 1 Bonding

42 Determine if the following Molecules contain Ionic or Covalent Bonds

43 Determine if the following Molecules contain Ionic or Covalent Bonds Covalent Ionic

44 By Liz LaRosa for 2008http://www.middleschoolscience.comhttp://sciencespot.net/ Chemistry Challenge # 2 Bonding

45 Determine if the following Molecules contain Ionic or Covalent Bonds

46 Determine if the following Molecules contain Ionic or Covalent Bonds Covalent Ionic

47 By Liz LaRosa for 2008http://www.middleschoolscience.comhttp://sciencespot.net/ Chemistry Challenge # 3 Bonding

48 Make a molecule out of the following atoms. Determine if it is an Ionic or Covalent Bond. Write the chemical formula for the molecule.

49 Make a molecule out of the following atoms. Determine if it is an Ionic or Covalent Bond. Write the chemical formula for the molecule. Covalent H20H20

50 By Liz LaRosa for 2008http://www.middleschoolscience.comhttp://sciencespot.net/ Chemistry Challenge # 4 Bonding

51 Make a molecule out of the following atoms. Determine if it is an Ionic or Covalent Bond. Write the chemical formula for the molecule.

52 Make a molecule out of the following atoms. Determine if it is an Ionic or Covalent Bond. Write the chemical formula for the molecule. Covalent CH 4

53 By Liz LaRosa for 2008http://www.middleschoolscience.comhttp://sciencespot.net/ Chemistry Challenge # 5 Bonding

54 Make a molecule out of the following atoms. Determine if it is an Ionic or Covalent Bond. Write the chemical formula for the molecule.

55 Make a molecule out of the following atoms. Determine if it is an Ionic or Covalent Bond. Write the chemical formula for the molecule. NH 3 Covalent

56 By Liz LaRosa for 2008http://www.middleschoolscience.comhttp://sciencespot.net/ Chemistry Challenge # 6 Bonding

57 Make a molecule out of the following atoms. Determine if it is an Ionic or Covalent Bond. Write the chemical formula for the molecule.

58 Make a molecule out of the following atoms. Determine if it is an Ionic or Covalent Bond. Write the chemical formula for the molecule. Ionic CaCl 2

59 By Liz LaRosa for 2008http://www.middleschoolscience.comhttp://sciencespot.net/ Chemistry Challenge # 1 Lewis Structures

60 Draw a Lewis Structure for each of the following elements:

61 Draw a Lewis Structure for each of the following elements:

62 By Liz LaRosa for 2008http://www.middleschoolscience.comhttp://sciencespot.net/ Chemistry Challenge # 2 Lewis Structures

63 Draw a Lewis Structure for each of the following elements:

64 Draw a Lewis Structure for each of the following elements:

65 By Liz LaRosa for 2008http://www.middleschoolscience.comhttp://sciencespot.net/ Chemistry Challenge # 3 Lewis Structures

66 Draw a Lewis Structure for each of the following elements:

67 Draw a Lewis Structure for each of the following elements:

68 By Liz LaRosa for 2008http://www.middleschoolscience.comhttp://sciencespot.net/ Chemistry Challenge # 4 Lewis Structures

69 Draw a Lewis Structure for each of the following elements:

70 Draw a Lewis Structure for each of the following elements:


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