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hey, i already did this worksheet now i just need them checked before i turn them in. i am pretty sure i'm right. why is oxygen an element? a. it cannot be broken down into a simpler substance through chemical means. b. it combines with hydrogen. c. it burns. d. it is essential to life. how do elements form? a.through fusion in stars and supernova b. through chemical reactions c. through the cooling of molten lava d. through the evaporation of seawater what is the expression of the chemical composition of a compound? a. electron arrangement b. element formula c. chemical formula d. bond arrangement which of the following is a common property of metals? a. conducts electricity b. insulates from electricity c. has very little reactivity d. is liquid at room temperature which choice represents a group of elements with common characteristics? a. silver, iodine, helium b. oxygen, hydrogen, lithium c. copper, oxygen, silver d. copper, gold, silver elements that easily give up electrons are called __________. a. nonmetals b. metalloids c. noble gases d. metals elements can be broken down through __________ processes. a. nuclear processes, but not chemical b. both chemical and nuclear c. only biological d. chemical processes, but not nuclear if a material is ductile, it is most likely a __________. a. nonmetal b. metalloid c. noble gas d. metal sodium (na) is a highly reactive metal and chlorine (cl) is a poisonous gas. which compound do they form when they chemically combine? a. table salt b. sodium hydroxide c. chlorine bleach d. a poisonous metal what does the atomic number represent? a. number of protons in an atom b. total number of protons, neutrons, and electrons in an atom c. mass of an atom d. number of electrons in an atomchemistry worksheet with answers practice?
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help with these questions? 1. in a graph showing temperature change over time, temp. change is which variable? 2. a beaker contains .56 l of water. what is the volume of this water in ml.? 3. a box is 20 cm long, 5 cm wide, and 3 cm high. how many cubic centimeters of water can it hold? 4. what are the steps of the scientific method? 5. what is a theory? 6. what is a scientific law? 7. what is a model? 8. what is a control? 9. what is an experiment? 10. what is a constant? 11. what is a dependent and independent variable? 12. what is technology? 13. 3 examples of physical changes 14. what is a physical property? what's an example of a physical property? 15. what is a colloid? 16. what type of change occurs when something burns? 17. what is a solution? 18. is a compound a mixture? 19. what is the tyndall effect? 20. what is the difference between a homogeneous mixture and a heterogeneous mixture? 21. what's an element?how to write ionic compounds for atoms with neutral charge (noble gases)?
my worksheet told me to write a ionic compound formula for the following elements. i wrote the formulas already until i came upon one that had neutral charge/does not gain or give away electrons/no charge/in the noble gases group. i was wondering how do you write a formula for that. --> predict the formula for compounds formed between the following elements: ne and na. thanks :dhelp!! science worksheet and i forgot my book at school!?
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