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Additional Chemistry - Topic 1: Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table
GCSE Chemistry Quiz on Additional Chemistry - Topic 1: Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table, created by Hollieee01 on 03/04/2014.
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the periodic table
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Who developed the modern periodic table?
How were the elements arranged in the first periodic table?
In order of colour
In order of atomic mass
In order of acids to alkalis
How many of the elements in the periodic table are metals?
All of the elements are metals
What are the group 1 elements known as in the periodic table?
Really cool elements
What are the group 7 elements known as in the periodic table?
What are the group 0 elements known as in the periodic table?
The elements of life
Where on the periodic table will you find the transition metals?
Across the whole of the periodic table
In group 0
In the central block between group 2 and group 3
In group 7
What are the properties of elements in group 0?
They all have a full outer shell, none of them react
They all have a full outer shell, they will all react but it takes a long time
Which subatomic particle has a positive charge?
Which subatomic particle arranges itself in shells around the nucleus?
What do all elements have to have the same number of to have no electrical charge?
Protons and electrons
Electrons and neutrons
Protons and neutrons
Neutrons and isotopes
What is the name of the number at the bottom of each element?
The big number
What does the mass number (number above each element) tell us?
How old we are
How many neutrons and protons there are, added together, in the element
How many protons and electrons there are in the element
Whether there is an electrical charge
What is the relative atomic mass of carbon?
Which subatomic particles change when the element becomes an isotope?
What is an isotope?
An element with more electrons than protons
An element with no neutrons at all
An element with more neutrons than it's original atom
An element with protons in the outer shell
How many electrons can the first shell after the nucleus hold?
How many electrons can the second outer shell onward hold?
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