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## Slide 1 / 64 1 Which element contains 21 protons? Slide 2 / 64 2 Which element contains 11 protons? Slide 3 / 64 3 Which element contains 104 protons? Slide 4 / 64 4 How many protons are in Carbon? Slide 5 / 64 5 How many protons are

1. Slide 1 / 64 1 Which element contains 21 protons?

2. Slide 2 / 64 2 Which element contains 11 protons?

3. Slide 3 / 64 3 Which element contains 104 protons?

4. Slide 4 / 64 4 How many protons are in Carbon?

5. Slide 5 / 64 5 How many protons are in Tungsten?

6. Slide 6 / 64 6 How many protons are in Indium?

7. Slide 7 / 64 7 Which element contains 35 protons?

8. Slide 8 / 64 8 Which element contains 19 protons?

9. Slide 9 / 64 9 Which element contains 84 protons?

10. Slide 10 / 64 10 How many protons are in Magnesium?

11. Slide 11 / 64 11 How many protons are in Gold?

12. Slide 12 / 64 12 How many protons are in Silver?

13. Slide 13 / 64 144 X Sm 13 For the following isotope: A What is the atomic number? What is the mass number? B Solve for how many of each of the following a single atom C of the above isotope has i. Protons: ii. Neutrons: iii. Electrons:

14. Slide 14 / 64 31 X P 14 For the following isotope: A What is the atomic number? What is the mass number? B Solve for how many of each of the following a single atom C of the above isotope has i. Protons: ii. Neutrons: iii. Electrons:

15. Slide 15 / 64 56 X Fe 15 For the following isotope: A What is the atomic number? What is the mass number? B Solve for how many of each of the following a single atom C of the above isotope has i. Protons: ii. Neutrons: iii. Electrons:

16. Slide 16 / 64 For the following isotope: 39 X 16 19 A What is the element’s atomic symbol? B What is the atomic number? C What is the mass number? D Solve for how many of each of the following a single atom of the above isotope has i. Protons: ii. Neutrons: iii. Electrons:

17. Slide 17 / 64 33 X 17 For the following isotope: 16 A What is the element’s atomic symbol? B What is the atomic number? C What is the mass number? D Solve for how many of each of the following a single atom of the above isotope has i. Protons: ii. Neutrons: iii. Electrons:

18. Slide 18 / 64 102 Ru 18 For the following isotope: X A What is the atomic number? B What is the mass number? C Solve for how many of each of the following a single atom of the above isotope has i. Protons: ii. Neutrons: iii. Electrons:

19. Slide 19 / 64 75 X As 19 For the following isotope: A What is the atomic number? B What is the mass number? C Solve for how many of each of the following a single atom of the above isotope has i. Protons: ii. Neutrons: iii. Electrons:

20. Slide 20 / 64 59 Co 20 For the following isotope: X A What is the atomic number? B What is the mass number? C Solve for how many of each of the following a single atom of the above isotope has i. Protons: ii. Neutrons: iii. Electrons:

21. Slide 21 / 64 14 X 21 For the following isotope: 6 A What is the element’s atomic symbol? B What is the atomic number? C What is the mass number? D Solve for how many of each of the following a single atom of the above isotope has i. Protons: ii. Neutrons: iii. Electrons:

22. Slide 22 / 64 20 X 22 For the following isotope: 9 A What is the element’s atomic symbol? B What is the atomic number? C What is the mass number? D Solve for how many of each of the following a single atom of the above isotope has i. Protons: ii. Neutrons: iii. Electrons:

23. Slide 23 / 64 23 Given the data below, the average atomic mass of Mercury (Hg) is _________ amu. Isotope % Abund. Atomic Mass Hg-196 0.146% 195.965813 Hg-198 10.01% 197.966760 Hg-199 16.84% 198.968268 Hg-200 23.13% 199.968316 Hg-201 13.22% 200.970293 Hg-202 29.81% 201.970632 Hg-204 6.844% 203.973481

24. Slide 24 / 64 24 Calculate the atomic mass of Oxygen if its abundance in nature is: % Abund. Atomic Mass Isotope 99.75% 15.994916 oxygen-16 00.04% 16.999132 oxygen-17 00.21% 17.999153 oxygen-18

25. Slide 25 / 64 25 Given the data below, the average atomic mass of Neon is _________ amu. Isotope % Abund. Atomic Mass Neon-20 90.62% 19.992439 Neon-21 0.26% 20.993845 Neon-22 9.12% 21.991384

26. Slide 26 / 64 48 +2 22 Ti 26 For the following ion: A What is the atomic number? What is the mass number? B Solve for how many of each of the following a single atom C of the above isotope has i. Protons: ii. Neutrons: iii. Electrons:

27. Slide 27 / 64 108 + 47 Ag 27 For the following ion: A What is the atomic number? What is the mass number? B Solve for how many of each of the following a single atom C of the above isotope has i. Protons: ii. Neutrons: iii. Electrons:

28. Slide 28 / 64 32 -2 16 S 28 For the following ion: A What is the atomic number? What is the mass number? B Solve for how many of each of the following a single atom C of the above isotope has i. Protons: ii. Neutrons: iii. Electrons:

29. Slide 29 / 64 209 +5 83 Bi 29 For the following ion: A What is the atomic number? What is the mass number? B Solve for how many of each of the following a single atom C of the above isotope has i. Protons: ii. Neutrons: iii. Electrons:

30. Slide 30 / 64 226 +2 88 Ra 30 For the following ion: A What is the atomic number? What is the mass number? B Solve for how many of each of the following a single atom C of the above isotope has i. Protons: ii. Neutrons: iii. Electrons:

31. Slide 31 / 64 193 +3 77 Ir 31 For the following ion: A What is the atomic number? What is the mass number? B Solve for how many of each of the following a single atom C of the above isotope has i. Protons: ii. Neutrons: iii. Electrons:

32. Slide 32 / 64 235 +6 92 U 32 For the following ion: A What is the atomic number? What is the mass number? B Solve for how many of each of the following a single atom C of the above isotope has i. Protons: ii. Neutrons: iii. Electrons:

33. Slide 33 / 64 33 Draw the energy level diagram for Iron.

34. Slide 34 / 64 34 Draw the energy level diagram for Sulfur.

35. Slide 35 / 64 35 Draw the energy level diagram for Argon

36. Slide 36 / 64 36 Draw the energy level diagram for Neon.

37. Slide 37 / 64 37 Using what you know about electrons and energy levels, do you think that Sulfur will gain or lose electrons to achieve a noble gas configuration? Explain your answer using your energy level diagrams.

38. Slide 38 / 64 38 Draw the energy level diagram for Titanium.

39. Slide 39 / 64 39 Draw the energy level diagram for Strontium.

40. Slide 40 / 64 40 Draw the energy level diagram for Krypton.

41. Slide 41 / 64 41 Draw the energy level diagram for Xenon.

42. Slide 42 / 64 42 Using what you know about electrons and energy levels, do you think that Calcium will gain or lose electrons to achieve a noble gas configuration? Explain your answer using your energy level diagrams.

43. Slide 43 / 64 43 What is the electron configuration of Iron?

44. Slide 44 / 64 44 What is the electron configuration of Bromine?

45. Slide 45 / 64 45 What is the electron configuration of Lithium?

46. Slide 46 / 64 46 What is the electron configuration of Strontium?

47. Slide 47 / 64 47 What is the electron configuration of Nickel?

48. Slide 48 / 64 48 What is the electron configuration of Francium?

49. Slide 49 / 64 49 What is the electron configuration in noble gas notation of Tin?

50. Slide 50 / 64 50 What is the electron configuration in noble gas notation of Germanium?

51. Slide 51 / 64 51 What is the electron configuration in noble gas notation of Iodine?

52. Slide 52 / 64 52 What is the electron configuration in noble gas notation of Uranium?

53. Slide 53 / 64 53 What is the electron configuration in noble gas notation of Cesium?

54. Slide 54 / 64 54 What is the electron configuration in noble gas notation of Bismuth?

55. Slide 55 / 64 55 What is the electron configuration in noble gas notation of Aluminum?

56. Slide 56 / 64 56 What is the electron configuration in noble gas notation of Palladium?

57. Slide 57 / 64 57 What is the electron configuration in noble gas notation of Titanium?

58. Slide 58 / 64 58 What is the electron configuration in noble gas notation of Silicon?

59. Slide 59 / 64 59 Explain why Chromium’s electron configuration is different than that of the predicted configuration.

60. Slide 60 / 64 60 Explain why Copper’s electron configuration is different than that of the predicted configuration.

61. Slide 61 / 64 61 Consider the Alkali metals A What is the ending of the electron configuration of all Alkali Metals? B Based off of this electron configuration, do you think it is easier for Alkali Metals to gain or lose electron? Compared to the Alkaline Earth Metals, do you think the Alkali Metals are more or less reactive. Explain your answer using information about an alkali’s metals electron C configuration and energy level diagram. Two metals are placed in water. One bubbles a bit and corrodes. The other reacts violently and caused flames to erupt from the surface of the water. Which metal would D you predict is the Alkali Metal and which is the Alkaline Earth Metal. Explain your answer.

62. Slide 62 / 64 62 A chemical supply company has run out of Chlorine for its customers. What other metal could they suggest to replace Beryllium and why?

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