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Chemistry Bellwork. Day 1 1. How do you know how many electrons an atom has? 1. How do you know how many electrons an atom has? 2. How do you know how.

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1 Chemistry Bellwork

2 Day 1 1. How do you know how many electrons an atom has? 1. How do you know how many electrons an atom has? 2. How do you know how many protons an atom has? 2. How do you know how many protons an atom has? 3. How do you know how many neutrons an atom has? 3. How do you know how many neutrons an atom has? 4. Where are the electrons located in the atom? 4. Where are the electrons located in the atom?

3 Day 2 1. The center of the atom that has a positive charge is a _______. 1. The center of the atom that has a positive charge is a _______. 2. A substance that cant be broken down into a simpler substance is a (an) __________. 2. A substance that cant be broken down into a simpler substance is a (an) __________. 3. The list of all known substances is _______________. 3. The list of all known substances is _______________. 4. A type of bond where one end of a molecule that is negative is attracted to the positive end of another molecule. 4. A type of bond where one end of a molecule that is negative is attracted to the positive end of another molecule. _______________. _______________.

4 Day 3 1. How many electrons can the first energy level hold? 1. How many electrons can the first energy level hold? 2. How many electrons can the second energy level hold? 2. How many electrons can the second energy level hold? 3. How many electrons can the third energy level hold? 3. How many electrons can the third energy level hold? 4. Where are the protons and neutrons in the atom? 4. Where are the protons and neutrons in the atom?

5 Day 4 1.Elements essential to life in small amounts are _______. 1.Elements essential to life in small amounts are _______. 2.Anything that occupies space and has mass is ________ 2.Anything that occupies space and has mass is ________ 3. All the chemical reactions that occur 3. All the chemical reactions that occur inside the cells is called _______. inside the cells is called _______. 4.Substance that undergoes the chemical 4.Substance that undergoes the chemical change is the _________. change is the _________. 5.Substance that is formed from the 5.Substance that is formed from the reaction reaction

6 Day 5 1. What is a covalent bond? 1. What is a covalent bond? 2. What is a hydrogen bond? 2. What is a hydrogen bond? 3. What is an ionic bond? 3. What is an ionic bond?

7 Day 6 I have a container of water and I put 2 tablespoons of baking soda in the water and stir. Answer the question below: I have a container of water and I put 2 tablespoons of baking soda in the water and stir. Answer the question below: What is the solution, solute, and solvent in my mixture. What is the solution, solute, and solvent in my mixture.

8 Day 7 1. Look at your periodic table and find the element iron. What is the symbol, number of electrons, protons and neutrons? 1. Look at your periodic table and find the element iron. What is the symbol, number of electrons, protons and neutrons? 2. What is an example of a polar molecule? 2. What is an example of a polar molecule? 3. List 5 properties of water. 3. List 5 properties of water.


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