Atomic Structure and Electronic Configurations

  • Structure of the Atom
  • Terminology
  • Isotope Calculations
  • Periodic Table
  • Electronic Configuarations
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The atomic number (Z) for an atom is :
the number of protons
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The Mass number (A) of an atom is:
the number of protons+neutrons
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Chlorine has two isotopes: Cl-35 an Cl-37. A sample of chlorine will be 75% Cl-35 and 25% cl-37. What is the RAM of Chlorine?
35.5
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The periodic table displays elements according to their
Atomic Number
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What is the electronic configuration of Magnesium?
2,8,2
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What is the Electronic Configuration of Potassium?
2,8,8,1
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On a diagram of electronic arrangements, the "circles" represent
energy levels
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If a proton has the relative mass of 1836. What is the Relative mass of an electron?
1
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The Mass number (A) of an atom is:

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the number of protons+neutrons

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Chlorine has two isotopes: Cl-35 an Cl-37. A sample of chlorine will be 75% Cl-35 and 25% cl-37. What is the RAM of Chlorine?

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The periodic table displays elements according to their

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What is the electronic configuration of Magnesium?

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