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Aluminum is used to make soft drink cans, foil, and wire. What is the smallest unit of aluminum that still maintains the characteristics of aluminum?
a) atom b) nucleus c) molecule d) neutron
Chemical bonds that form by losing and gaining electrons are called which of the following?
a) ionic bonds b) metallic bonds c) hydrogen bonds d) covalent bonds
When two or more elements combine by sharing electrons, what type of bond do they form?
a) ionic bonds b) metallic bonds c) hydrogen bonds d) covalent bonds
Which of the following is the structure of an atom most like?
a) forest b) baseball field c) solar system d) factory
Which of these is not a part of the atom?
a) proton b) quantron c) electron d) neutron
Which atomic particles will you find inside of the nucleus of an atom?
a) protons, electrons b) electrons only c) neutrons, electrons d) protons, neutrons
Which atomic particle has a negative charge?
a) proton b) quantron c) electron d) nuetron
If an element has an atomic number of 12, how many electrons does it have?
a) 18 b) 24 c) 8 d) 12
If an element has an atomic number of 30 and the atomic mass 0f 65. What is the name of the element?
a) Terbium b) Americum c) Bromine d) Zinc
If an element has an atomic number of 22 and the atomic mass is 48 how many neutrons does it have?
a) 22 b) 70 c) 48 d) 26
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