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The Structure of An Atom Question 1 Question ID: 37580432-e15c-438e-a79f-2fdb1d0383c4  Points Possible: 1  Spiral Review is On Objective: Explain that protons and neutrons have substructures and consist of particles called quarks.  Bloom's Taxonomy: B2 - Understanding,  Report an Issue The diagram below shows some subatomic particles. Which of these statements  best  identifies the particle that is labeled with an X? It is either an electron or an isotope. It is either a proton or a neutron. It is either a beta particle or a nucleus. It is either a neutron or an electron.
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Question 2 Question ID: ffa7fbc7-ff4c-468d-9175-fe56453f3d3b  Points Possible: 1  Spiral Review is On Objective: Identify an element based on the number of protons in an atom.  Bloom's Taxonomy: B2 - Understanding,  Report an Issue Which element has 32 protons in its nucleus? phosphorus cobalt germanium sulfur Question 3 Question ID: b241dd0c-baf5-4f5b-bd81-aa1d6cadd999  Points Possible: 1  Spiral Review is On Objective: Identify an element based on the number of protons in an atom.  Bloom's Taxonomy: B2 - Understanding,  Report an Issue A single atom of an element has 11 protons, 11 electrons, and 12 neutrons. Which element is it? V Na
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Mg Se Question 4 Question ID: ccfecf02-b73e-49fd-8204-9529aad849ec  Points Possible: 1  Spiral Review is On Objective: Explain the relationship between the number of neutrons in an atom of an element, its mass  number, and its isotopes.  Bloom's Taxonomy: B2 - Understanding,  Report an Issue Hydrogen has three isotopes  1 H,  2 H, and  3 H. What is the difference between these three isotopes? The number of protons ranges from 1 to 3. The number of electrons ranges from 1 to 3. The number of neutrons ranges from 0 to 2. The number of protons ranges from 0 to 2. Question 1 Question ID: ce2e5ae8-439f-46ab-8986-b70d1971a9c4  Points Possible: 1  Spiral Review is On Objective: Describe the structure of atoms, and discriminate between the relative sizes and electrical  charges of protons, neutrons, and electrons.  Bloom's Taxonomy: B2 - Understanding,  Report an Issue
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The table below gives the numbers of protons, electrons, and neutrons in four atoms. Atom Number of protons Number of electrons Number of neutrons 1 39 39 52 2 40 40 50 3 39 39 54 4 40 40 51 Based on the information that is given, which atom in the table has the highest mass? 1 2 3 4 Question 2 Question ID: 02952f1e-167e-47d9-980d-183b135b37a9  Points Possible: 1  Spiral Review is On Objective: Identify an element based on the number of protons in an atom.  Bloom's Taxonomy: B2 - Understanding,  Report an Issue A single atom of an element has 21 neutrons, 20 electrons, and 20 protons. Which element is it?
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