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      1. In an electrically neutral atom, the # of protons is balanced by an equal # of
        1. neutrons
        2. protons
        3. nucleons
        4. electrons
      2. If two protons are removed from an oxygen nucleus, the result is ___.
        1. nitrogen
        2. carbon
        3. helium
        4. neon
      3. Atoms in the same row of the periodic table belong to the same ___.
        1. group
        2. element
        3. period
        4. molecule
      4. A substance made of only one kind of atom is called a(n) ___.
        1. atom
        2. element
        3. compound
        4. isotope
      5. At the center of every atom is a mass-filled region called the ___.
        1. nucleon
        2. neutron
        3. nucleus
        4. proton
      6. Two or more atoms of the same or different elements bonded together form _.
        1. atom
        2. element
        3. compound
        4. isotope
      7. The mass of the nucleus is ___.
        1. small compared to the mass of the whole atom
        2. most of the mass of the whole atom
        3. twice the mass of the whole atom
        4. none of the choices
      8. What determines how atoms combine to form molecules?
        1. number of protons
        2. number of nucleons
        3. arrangement of electrons
        4. if it is an isotope
      9. An atom that has more or fewer electrons than it does protons is
        1. a molecule
        2. an element
        3. an ion
        4. an isotope
      10. The principle building block of the nucleus is _.
        1. nucleon
        2. protons
        3. neuron
        4. electron
      11. When a nucleon is electrically positive, it is called ___.
        1. a neutron
        2. a proton
        3. an electron
        4. an isotope
      12. If a proton is added to a germanium nucleus, the result is __.
        1. germanium
        2. silicon
        3. gallium
        4. arsenic
      13. If one neutron is added to a helium nucleus, the result is ___.
        1. hydrogen
        2. boron
        3. lithium
        4. helium
      14. If the number of protons is changed then the ___ is changed.
        1. element
        2. atomic number
        3. mass number
        4. all of the choices
      15. I will review all of the Periodic Table Bingo Clues on Mrs. Peck's website
        1. yes for many will be on the exam
        2. no and I will get these all wrong on the exam
      16. Electrons in the highest level are involved with_.
        1. chemical reactions
        2. bonding
        3. both choices
        4. neither choice
      17. It is difficult to study an atom because it gives off radiation.
        1. true
        2. false
      18. If the number of protons remains the same but the number of neutrons is changed, the atom
        1. is an ion
        2. is an isotope
        3. is a molecule
        4. is a compound
      19. It is impossible to know both exact location of an electron & it speed at the same time
        1. true
        2. false
      20. If the number of electrons is more than the number of protons the atom has a net _ charge
        1. positive
        2. negative
        3. neutral
        4. zero
      21. The size of the nucleus is ___.
        1. small compared to the size of the whole atom
        2. almost all of the size of the the whole atom
        3. twice the size of the whole atom
        4. none of the choices
      22. If the outer level is not filled with electrons then the atom is __.
        1. neutral
        2. negative
        3. unstable
        4. stable
      23. negatively charged electrons = number of positively charged protons; the atom is neutral
        1. true
        2. false
      24. The mass of an electron is ___.
        1. smaller than the mass of a nucleon
        2. the same as the mass of a nucleon
        3. larger than the mass of a nucleon
        4. none of the choices
      25. If the outer level is filled with electrons then the atom is __.
        1. neutral
        2. negative
        3. unstable
        4. stable
      26. The mass of an electron is small compared to the mass of the entire atom.
        1. true
        2. false
      27. When a nucleon is electrically neutral, it is called ___.
        1. a neutron
        2. a proton
        3. an electron
        4. an isotope
      28. Which is the smallest particle of the ones listed below?
        1. a molecule
        2. an atom
        3. a proton
        4. a nucleus
      29. Electrons in the outer level are called __ electrons.
        1. outer
        2. valence
        3. valent
        4. bonding
      30. An isotope of an atom is another atom that has the same ___.
        1. # of neutrons
        2. # of nucleons
        3. # of ions
        4. atomic #
      31. When chemicals react existing __ are broken & new ones are formed.
        1. electrons
        2. protons
        3. shells
        4. bonds
      32. Atoms of different elements differ from one another by their number of ___.
        1. nucleons
        2. protons
        3. neurons
        4. electrons
      33. The smallest particle of an element that can be identified with that element is
        1. atom
        2. element
        3. compound
        4. molecule
      34. Electrons in the outer level have the __ (most or least) energy
        1. most
        2. least
      35. Atoms with the same number of protons all belong to the same ___.
        1. group
        2. element
        3. period
        4. molecule
      36. Atoms in the same column of the periodic table belong to the same ___.
        1. group
        2. element
        3. period
        4. molecule
      37. The charge on an atom that has one less electron than a proton is ___.
        1. positive
        2. negative
        3. neutral
        4. zero
      38. Elements that are side by side in the periodic table have one more or one less __.
        1. proton
        2. nucleon
        3. electron shell
        4. neutron
      39. The number of nucleons is equal to the ___.
        1. # of element
        2. number of protons
        3. atomic number
        4. mass number
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