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    Structure of a Atom

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    Question 1
    The diameter of a neutral helium atom is about 168 pm. Suppose we could lin up helium atoms side by side in contact with one another. Approximately how many atoms would it take to make the distance 1 cm from end to end. Round to the nearest whole number, do not include units or commas. do not use scientific notation.

    Question 2
    What is the symbol for the element that has 28 protons?

    Question 3
    How many neutrons are in an element of 243Pu?

    Question 4
    How many protons are in an atom of carbon-14?

    Question 5
    The number of protons, neutrons and electrons, respectively, in 115Cd2+ are
    48, 46, and 67
    48, 67, and 46
    46, 67, and 48
    46, 115, and 67

    Question 6
    What is the name of Al(OH)3?

    Question 7
    What is the name of the following compound?
    C2O4

    Question 8
    What is the name of the following compound?
    CaCl2

    Question 9
    Write formulas for the following. use the format CO2 for CO2 and H2O for H2O. Use parentheses only when necessary.
    lithium hydroxide
    sodium carbonate
    nickel (II) sulfide
    dinitrogen tetraoxide
    copper (I) sulfate

    Question 10
    Which of the following is most likely to form an anion with a charge of -2?
    sodium
    calcium
    magnesium
    oxygen
    more than one will carry that charge

    Question 11
    If shown the formula, give the name (do not capitalize), if shown the name, give the formula (use parentheses only when necessary, capitalize as necessary, use the format CO2 for CO2). If a compound can be written as more than one way, we will be using the format that is used in your text.
    NiSO4
    Al2O3
    silver chloride
    ammonium acetate
    CO

    Question 12
    Which of the following are incorrectly matched? More than one may be chosen.
    Answer
    MgCO3 magnesium carbonate
    NiNO3 Nickel (II) nitrate
    Ca(NO3)2 calcium dinitrate
    (NH4)2SO4 ammonium sulfate
    Cu(OH)2 copper hydroxide

    Question 13
    What is the average atomic mass of silver according to the following data? Use four decimal places, do not include units.
    isotope name isotope mass percentage
    Silver-107 107.19119 51.86
    Silver 109 109.36254 remainder

    Question 14
    Fill in the following table: Assume element is neutral unless otherwise indicated.
    Symbol protons neutrons electrons net charge

    Question 15
    How many electrons are in an atom of O2-?

    Question 16
    Which of the following is most likely to form an ion with a +1 charge? more than one may be chosen
    Li
    Br
    K
    O
    Question 17
    A quarter is 2.5 cm in diameter. How many dollars worth quarters would have to be lined up in a row to reach a length of 1 meter?

    Question 18
    How many cars are there in a long freight train if it take the entire train 2 minutes to pass a station as it travels at 40 miles/hour? Each car is 50 feet long. Round to the nearest whole number, do not include units in your answer.

    Question 19
    The price of a ream of paper is $3.30. There are 500 sheets of paper in a ream. If a sheet of paper weighs 0.500 oz, what is the price of a kg of paper?
    What is the cost of one sheet of paper?
    What is the mass (grams) of one sheet of paper?

    Question 20
    The average atomic mass of Cu is 63.55 and is found in two naturally occurring isotopes. 63Cu has an atomic mass of 62.93 and 65Cu has an atomic mass of 64.94. What is the percentage of 63Cu in the sample? Round to one decimal place, do not include units in your answer.

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