C4- Chemical Patterns

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Q. What does the nucleus of an atom contain?
A. Protons and Neutrons
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Q. What is the relative mass and charge of a neutron?
A. Relative mass = 1 Charge = 0
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Q. What are the state symbols for each physical state?
A. (s)- Solid (l)- Liquid (g)- Gas (aq) Dissolved in water.
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Q. Describe how heating a metal can help identify it
A. Because some metals emit distinctive colours when heated.
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Q. Why does each element produce a different line spectrum?
A. Because each element has a different line spectrum, which will equate to a specific colour.
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Q. What can line spectrums be used for?
A. To identify elements
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Q. Give 2 reasons why Newlands' Octaves were criticised.
A. Because he mixed up metals and non-metals, he didn't leave gaps for elements that hadn't been discovered yet, his groups contained elements that didn't have similar properties.
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Q. How many electrons can be held in each shell of any atom?
A. 1st shell: 2 2nd shell: 8 3rd shell: 8
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Q. What is ionic bonding?
A. When two ions of opposite charge stick together and bond.
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Q. Which group are the Alkali Metals?
A. Group 1
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Q. Which group are Halogens?
A. Group 7
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