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Jeopardy! 100 Atoms Where are the protons and neutrons found in an atom? The Nucleus
Jeopardy! 200 Atoms How many protons does sodium have? 11 protons
Jeopardy! Atoms 300 How many neutrons does Rubidium have? 49 neutrons
Jeopardy! Atoms 400 What is the only difference between isotopes? The number of neutrons the atomic mass number as well
Jeopardy! 100 Bohr models and Lewis dot What is the Bohr model for Lithium?
Jeopardy! 200 Bohr models and Lewis dot How many valence electrons does phosphorous have? 5 valence electrons
Jeopardy! 300 Bohr models and Lewis dot What is the Lewis dot diagram for carbon?
Jeopardy! 400 Bohr models and Lewis dot What is the Bohr model for Argon?
Jeopardy! 100 Ions What is a positive ion called? Cation
Jeopardy! 200 Ions Do metals gain or lose electrons? They lose electrons and become positive!
Jeopardy! 300 Ions What is the difference between ionic and covalent bonds? Ionic bonds = non-metal + metal Covalent bonds = non-metal + non-metal
Jeopardy! 400 Ions
Jeopardy! 100 Periodic Trends Which group does Sulfur belong to? Group 16
Jeopardy! 200 Periodic Trends In which period is Barium? Period 6
Jeopardy! 300 Periodic Trends In which family is Magnesium? Alkaline Earth Metals
Jeopardy! 400 Periodic Trends How many electrons shells (orbits) does Gallium have? 4 electron shells
Lecture 1.1 Refresh your high school chemistry CS882, Fall 2006.
KOREY TREMBLAY CHEMISTRY Atomic Bonding. Review Protons and Electrons Nucleus Orbitals Atomic Radius.
Bohr Diagrams for Ions. Showing Protons, Neutrons and Electron Arrangements.
Bellwork *Write the answer and a short explanation as to why you chose that answer.
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Question set 1 Question set 2 Question set 3 Question set 4 Question set 5 Question set 6 $ $ $ $ $ $ $
Welcome to Jeopardy. Round 1 Periodic History Table Basics What’s My Number All in the Family Bohr & Lewis
The Bohr Model of the Atom Topic #6. EQ How can you identify an element based on the number of electrons and valence electrons?
4.1 Atomic Theory & Bonding What is an Atom? smallest particle of an element that still has the properties of that element An atom = proton(s) + electron(s)
Ions Section 5.5. IONS An ion is simply a charged atom. Ions are formed as atoms lose or gain electrons to achieve stability. To figure out how ions form,
Bohr Diagrams. # protons = Bohr Diagrams # protons = atomic number.
Using Bohr Diagrams to Show the Formation of Ionic Compounds.
Vocabulary ATOM-the smallest unit that maintains the characteristics of an element – Nucleus- The center of the atom, contains protons and neutrons –
4.1 Atomic Theory & Bonding
Conversations with the Earth Tom Burbine
Isotope: Same element (same number of protons) but with different number of neutrons. Same # of Protons Different amount of Neutrons We know these are.
Chemistry Review Do you remember anything from science investigations?
IPC Notes Types of Bonds. Remember… Atoms combine by gaining, losing or sharing electrons in order to become chemically stable. Atoms become chemically.
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