Unit 1B Ions, Isotopes, And Ionic Compounds: Question Preview (ID: 26936)


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It has 6 protons so it must be (hint: look at your periodic table)
a) Lithium b) Carbon c) Nitrogen d) Boron
Which atom has a mass number of 23 and 11 protons?
a) Vanadium-23 b) Selenium-34 c) Sodium-23 d) Magnesium-23
Compared to the isotope Carbon-12, Carbon-14 has
a) more protons and fewer neutrons b) more neutrons and fewer protons c) the same neutrons and more protons d) the same protons and fewer neutrons
If it has 20 protons and 18 electrons it is
a) Argon-38 b) a Calcium ion with a 2+ charge c) a Neon ion with a 2- charge d) a Strontium ion with a 2+ charge
A neutral atom that loses electrons becomes
a) a cation b) an anion c) an isotope d)
If a neutral atom gains electrons it will become a(n)
a) cation b) anion c) isotope d)
In ionic compounds cations bond to anions due to
a) like charges attracting b) opposite charges attracting c) shared electrons d)
FeO is
a) iron oxide b) iron (II) oxide c) iron (III) oxide d) iron oxygen
SnO2 is (Note: 2 should be a subscript)
a) tin oxide b) tin (II) oxide c) tin (IV) oxide d) tin oxylate
The formula for magnesium phosphate is (Note: all numbers should be subscripts)
a) Mg2(PO4)3 b) MgPO4 c) Mg3(PO4)2 d) Mg4PO2
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