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The Atomic Structure and Bonding Quiz tests your knowledge about the basic unit used to build life.
1. An atom is composed of all of the below except:
c.Atomic number
2. The isotope carbon 13 (13C) has:
a.Six protons
b.Seven neutrons
c.Seven protons
d.None of the above
3. The subatomic particle which carries a negative charge is the:
4. For what scientific purposes are radioisotopes useful?
a.Dating sediments and fossils
b.Following metabolic pathways in living organisms
c.Checking glandular activities in humans
d.Synthesis of organic compounds
5. In the shell model of electron distribution in atoms how many electrons are needed to fill the first two shells?
a.2 in the first shell plus 2 for the second shell for a total of 4 electrons
b.2 in the first shell plus 6 for the second shell for a total of 8 electrons
c.2 in the first shell plus 8 for the second shell for a total of 10 electrons
d.2 in the first shell plus 10 for the second shell for a total of 12 electrons
6. NaCl can be described as a:
7. Mass number is a more precise way to refer to the relative weights of atoms than atomic weight.
8. The mass number of an element is equal to:
a.The number of neutrons + electrons
b.The number of protons + neutrons
c.The number of protons + electrons
d.The number of protons + neutrons + electrons
9. A mixture is another name for a compound.
10. The element Magnesium has the atomic number 12 which means what?
a.It has 6 protons and 6 neutrons
b.It has a negative charge
c.It has less atomic mass than sulfur (atomic number 16)
d.It has 3 electrons and 4 protons
11. An example of a radioisotopes half-life would be the time required for:
a.0.25 g of a 0.5 g sample of carbon 14 to evaporate
b.0.50 g carbon 14 to decay into 0.33 g carbon 14 and 0.17 g nitrogen 14
c.0.50 g carbon 14 to decay into 0.25 g carbon 12 and 0.25 g nitrogen 14
d.0.50 g carbon 14 to decay into 0.25 g carbon 14 and 0.25 g nitrogen 14
12. One scientist discovered radioisotopes while a co-researcher named them.  Who were they?
a.James Watson discovered them in 1896 and Francis Crick named them
b.Henri Becquerel discovered them in 1896 and Marie Curie named them
c.Neils Bohr discovered them in 1896 and Marie Curie named them
d.Marie Curie discovered them in 1896 and Henri Becquerel named them
13. number of isotope of carbon?
14. how can we determine electron number in any shell
15. what is the tempreture of the suns core
a.10 million degrees
b.1000 degrees
c.1 million degrees
d.100 degrees
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