Study Guide for assessment on the Basics
This assessment will be closed book/ closed notes.  However, you should utilize your notes as much as possible to help you work through this study guide.  You may see some of these questions in the same form on the assessment.

-Write the chemical name next to the symbol and vice versa:

C  ________________________  Nickel  _______
Cl ________________________  Copper _______
F  ________________________  Iron  _______
B ________________________   Manganese  _______
Li ________________________  Sodium _______

List the elementary particles and their respective charges.
 

Define the following in your own words:

atomic number

atomic mass

isotope

ion

ionization
 

Why is the periodic table arranged periodically?
 
 
 
 

Who developed the periodic table of elements?
 
 
 
 
 
 

List the3 types of bonds in order of strength.  What are the differences between each?
 
 
 
 

What do all the halogens have in common?
 
 
 

List 3 metals and 3 non-metals.  Which are which?
 
 

Which elements are liquids, gases, and solids at room temperature.
 
 
 

What do the octet rule and electron dot notation have to do with one another?
 
 
 
 

Which elements form ionic bonds and which from covalent bonds.
 
 
 


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