Chemistry GCSE

Covering atoms, alkali metals and halogens

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Atoms of different elements have...
Different numbers of protons
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What is the charge of an atom?
An atom has no overall charge
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What does the atomic number represent?
The number of protons in an atom
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What does the relative atomic mass number represent?
The number of particles in an atom's nucleus
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What is the maximum number of electrons that occupy the first four energy levels in the first 20 elements?
2,8,8,2
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What do group numbers (on a periodic table) represent?
The number of electrons that occupy the outermost energy level
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Define 'intermolecular forces'
Forces between different molecules
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What is the name given to elements in Group 7?
Halogens
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What is a 'mixture'?
Substance that contains two or more elements or compounds that are not chemically combined
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What are compounds?
Substances where two or more elements are chemically combined
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Covalent bonds form when....
Atoms share electrons
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What is the name given to elements in Group 1?
Alkali Metals
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What are atoms?
The structure of an element
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