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Atomic Structure

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  1. Atomic Structure Review for Quiz

  2. The nucleus is made of protons and neutrons and has a negative charge. • The nucleus is made of protons and neutrons and has a positive charge. • The nucleus is made of electrons and has a positive charge. • The nucleus is made of electrons and has a negative charge. Which statement about the atomic nucleus is correct?

  3. The nucleus is made of protons and neutrons and has a positive charge.

  4. -2 • -1 • 0 • +1 The charge of an electron is

  5. -1

  6. Have an equal number of charged and noncharged particles. • Have neutrons in their nuclei. • Have an equal number of electrons and protons • Have an equal number of neutrons and protons. Atoms are neutral because they

  7. Have an equal number of electrons and protons

  8. The number of protons in the nucleus. • The electric charge of the nucleus. • The number of neutrons in the nucleus. • Atomic mass. The order of elements in the periodic table is based on

  9. The number of protons in the nucleus

  10. Protons. • Neutrons. • Valence electrons. • Protons and neutrons. Atoms of elements that are in the same group (column) have the same number of

  11. Valence electrons

  12. Eight neutrons in its nucleus • A total of eight protons and neutrons. • Eight protons in its nucleus. • A total of eight neutrons and electrons. Oxygen has atomic number 8. This means that an oxygen atom has

  13. Eight protons in its nucleus

  14. Protons plus the number of electrons. • Protons plus the number of neutrons. • Protons. • Neutrons. An atom’s atomic weight equals the number of

  15. Protons plus the number of neutrons