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Some questions frequently asked by users : chemistry help with neutral atoms, ions, and isotopes?
my teach took the worksheets with the notes as well, so i need help with: how to find the protons, neutrons, and electrons for neutral atoms, ions, and isotopes. worksheet on chemistry, the elements - ions, protons, electrons..?
i'm a bit stumped on this chemistry worksheet. it's asking a few things about the elements on the periodic table, the ones that i'm stumped on are the: mass #, and the # of protons, electrons, and neutrons in an ion. i can easily get all the info on the element when it's just the element alone, but if it's an ion (losing or gaining electrons) does it change the atomic number or the number of protons or neutrons or anyhting? like with : h (hydrogen): atomic number is one. but if it's: h+(hydrogen ion): does that change any of the numbers aside from the number of electrons?atomic mass/isotopes question?
on the homework i am doing, the mass numbers are all strange. an example would be tungsten-183. on the paper and during the lecture my teacher gave, he explained that we should round to the nearest whole number and it is 184 for tungsten, not 183. this is a recurring problem in the worksheet as i do not recall rounding down when gold is in fact to be rounded up to 197 (being 196.97) and other matters of the like. is there something wrong with my thinking ? this is a worksheet over isotopes though nothing was mentioned about the atomic mass changing when you put a (ˉ³) or something along the lines of that. the atomic mass is merely the protons the neutrons, and so if you give or take a few electrons, there shouldn't be any difference right ? someone please help.huge test in science, one day notice, no study guide, no passed back worksheets? help?
ok, i have a few questions, because i have the weirdest test in science. if you could answer one of the questions, or more, please do. mass of an atom? groups and families of the period table? order of the elements on the periodic table? please explain ions and isotopes. how to solve molar mass problems? what type of ions do the alkali metals become? what type of ions do alkaline earth metals become? what type of ions do hologens become? why would a k-ion be more stable than a k-atom? the order of elements in the periodic table is based on? the charge of an electron? atoms have no electric charge because? valence electrons determine an atom's _____? ionization refers to the process of? example of alkali metal? most halogens form compounds by? alkali metals are extremely reactive because they? group 18 noble gases are inert because? if you could answer at least one that would help a bunch! thanks!open question: how do i know if an element is an isotope,ion or neutral atom?
i really have no clue, its almost 1:00am and i wake up at 7:00am, im not even done with one worksheet out of 4.. pleaseee help:(.
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