1s2, 2s2,2p6, 3s2, 3p6,4s2, 4p6, 3d10, 5s2, 5p6, 4d10, 6s2, 6p10, etc..
what is the full electron configuration
s,p, d, f
what are the shells
principal quantum number
The ______ _____ _____ describes the energy level of an atom's orbitals and has an integer number greater than or equal to 1.
An atom's ____ _____ describes how its electrons are arranged in the various orbitals.
A _____ is designated as s, p, d, or f.
An electron in the outermost shell of an atom is a ____ _____.
A _____ _____ is composed of one or more subshells and contains a specific maximum number of electrons.
True or False? Period 3 elements have an inner electron configuration of [Ne].
True or False? The valence electrons of group 1A elements are in a s subshell.
True or False? Period 4 elements have six 3p electrons.
True or False? The highest principal quantum number of period 3 elements is 3.
True or False? Group 8A elements have full outer prinsipal s and p subshells.
True or False? The valence electrons of group 6A elements are in the 7s subshell.
True or False? Period 4 elements have an inner electron configuration of [Kr].
True or False? The highest principal quantum number of period 2 element is 3.
Which species has the following electronic configuration: 1s2, 2s2, 2p6, 3s2, 3p3 ? Si, P, S, Al
Magnesium will lose two electrons
To form a stable ion, will magnesium gain or lose electrons? How many electrons?
_______ tend to gain electrons to form anions.
______tend to lose electrons to form cations.
The ion that has 14 protons and 18 electrons is ________.
A positively charged ion has lost electrons and is called a ____.
a negatively charged ion has gained electrons and is called an ______.
because their valence shells are full
Why are Noble gases are especially stable ?
What is the maximum number of electrons that can be contained in the first, second, third, and fourth energy levels, respectively?
Enter the maximum number of electrons in each type of sublevel (s, p, d, and f, respectively).
True or False? For a neutral molecule, the number of electrons in the Lewis structure is the sum of the valence electrons for the atoms.
True or False? Electrons of covalent compounds may be shared between atoms.
True or False? Hydrogen atoms are often the central atom of a Lewis structure.
True or False? Each atom of a Lewis structure must have eight electrons.
A covalent compound is composed of a nitrogen atom, a hydrogen atom, and a carbon atom. How many electrons should the Lewis structure of the covalent compound contain?
a metal and a nonmetal; cation and an anion
An ionic compound is usually formed when____ and exchange electrons to make _____ and ____, respectively.
When it is possible to draw more than one correct Lewis dot structure for a molecule or ion. These_____ ______ differ only by the placement of the valence electrons.
ammonium; polyatomic ion
What is the name of NH4^+ and what kind of ion is it?
nitrate; polyatomic ion
what is the name of NO3^- and what kind of ion is it?
sulfate; polyatomic ion
what is the name of SO4^2- and what kind of ion is it?
carbonate; polyatomic ion
what is the name of CO3^2- and what kind of ion is it?
Phosphate; polyatomic ion
what is the name of PO4^3-and what kind of ion is it?
chlorate; polyatomic ion
what is the name of CLO3^- and what kind of ion is it?