1-17-08 Quiz(2) - 1.The atomic number of an element A....

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1 The atomic number of an element A. equals the number of neutrons in an atom B. equals the number of protons in an atom C. equals the number of protons minus the number of neutrons D. depends on the isotope E. equals the number of protons plus the number of neutrons 1. The atomic weight of an element A. equals the number of neutrons in an atom B. equals the number of protons minus the number of neutrons C. equals the number of protons in an atom D. cannot be determined E. equals the number of protons plus the number of neutrons 2. The part of the atom that determines how the atom behaves chemically is the A. proton. B. electron . C. neutron. D. innermost shell. E. nucleus 3. The octet “rule” states that the most stable state for an atom is A. to have a total of eight electrons B. to have four protons and four neutrons C. to have eight electrons in the valence shell D. to interact with a group of eight atoms 4. A. in the number of protons in the nucleus. B. in the number of neutrons in the nucleus. C. in the number of electrons in the nucleus. D. in the number of valence electrons. E. due to a change in the number of atomic orbitals Isotopes of an element differ 5. A. because the number of protons equals the
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1-17-08 Quiz(2) - 1.The atomic number of an element A....

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