Grade 10 Science - Chemistry Set 2
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Table listing all known elements. The elements are grouped according to their properties and in order of the number of protons in their nucleus.
Subdivisions of geological time. Periods are the rows of the periodic table.
Columns of the periodic table containing elements with similar properties.
Statement made by Mendeleev that the elements with similar properties occur at regular intervals when all elements are listed in order of atomic mass.
One (or two) letter code(s) used for elements, often as an abbreviation of their name.
Number of protons in the nucleus of an atom. The atomic number determines which element an atom is.
Relative Atomic Mass
A number that compares the mass of atoms to an agreed mass; such as 112 of the mass of a carbon-12 isotope.
Number or protons and neutrons in the nucleus of an atom.
Very reactive metals in group 1 of the periodic table.
Alkaline Earth Metals
Reactive metals in group 2 of the periodic table.
Non-metal elements in group 17 of the periodic table.
Elements in the last column of the periodic table. They are extremely inert.
Transition Metal Block
Block of metallic elements in the middle of the periodic table. (Staircase)
Elements that conduct heat and electricity; shiny solids which can be made into thin wires and sheets that bend easily. Mercury is the only liquid metal. (Left hand side)
Elements that do not conduct electricity or heat; they melt and turn into gases easily, and are brittle and often coloured. (upper right hand side)
Elements that have the appearance of metals but not all the other properties of metals.
Particles with two or more atoms joined (bonded) together.
Diagram showing electrons in their shells around the nucleus of an atom.
Energy levels surrounding the nucleus of an atom into which electrons are arranged.
An ordered list of the number of electrons in each electron shell, from inner (low energy) to outer (high energy) shells.
Having equal amounts of negative and positive electric charge and, therefore, no overall electric charge. Atoms are neutral whereas ions have either a positive or negative electric charge.
Atoms or groups of atoms that have lost or gained electrons.
Atoms or groups of atoms that have lost electrons and are positively charged.
Atoms or groups of atoms that have gained electrons and are negatively charged.
Compounds containing positive and negative ions held together by the electrostatic force.
Attractive force between ions with opposite electrical charge.
Solutions in which water is the solvent.
Shared pair of electrons holding two atoms together.
Covalent Compounds (Also Known As Molecular Compounds)
Compounds in which the atoms are held together by covalent bonds.
Lewis Dot Structures
Diagrams using dots to represent the electrons in the outer shell of atoms and to show the bonds between atoms in molecules.
Shared electrons holding two atoms together.
Diagram showing the arrangement of atoms in a substance with covalent bonds drawn as dashes.
Shorthand statement of the elements in a substance showing the relative number of atoms of each kind of element.
Shorthand statment of the elements in a molecule showing the relative number of atoms of each kind of element.
Equal to the number of electrons that each atom needs to gain, lose or share to fill its outer shell.
a measure of the tendency of an atom to attract a bonding pair of electrons.
The substance of substances of which any physical object consists or is composed.
A substance of atoms which all have the same number of protons. (Same atomic number)
A substance formed when two or more chemical elements are chemically bonded together.
Occurs when a substance combines with another to form a new substance.
Change that does not involve changing the substance's chemical identity. e.g. changing between solid, liquid and gas
The smallest particle of a chemical element that can exist.
A group of atoms bonded together, representing the smallest fundamental unit of a chemical compound.
A stable subatomic particle occurring in all atomic nuclei, with a positive electric charge equal in magnitude to that of an electron.
Subatomic particle of about the same mass as a proton but without an electric charge, present in all atomic nuclei except those of ordinary hydrogen.
A stable sub-atomic particle with a charge of negative electricity, found in all atoms and acting as the primary carrier of electricity in solids.
The positively charged central core of an atom, consisting of protons and neutrons and containing nearly all of its mass.
each of two or more form of the same element that contain equal numbers of protons but different numbers of neutrons.
A substance that takes part in and undergoes change during a reaction.
The compounds that are formed when a reaction is completed.
refers to trends or recurring variations in element properties with increasing atomic number
measurement is how close a result comes to the true value
refers to how close two or more measurements are to each other, regardless of whether those measurements are accurate or not.
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