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SCH3U: Unit #1 – Matter, Periodic Trends, and Chemical Bonding Taylor Cavers Student Number: 17144011 Page 1 of 14
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Table of Contents Title Page Table of Contents Lesson #1: 1-2 Lesson #1: #2a-b Lesson #1: #2c Lesson #2: #3-6 Lesson #2: #7-8 Lesson #3: #9-11 Lesson #3: #11a-d Lesson #3: #11e-g Lesson #4: #12 Lesson #4: #12a-b Lesson #4: #12c-d Lesson #4: #13 Page #1 Page #2 Page #3 Page #4 Page #5 Page #6 Page #7 Page #8 Page #9 Page #10 Page #11 Page #12 Page #13 Page #14 Page 2 of 14
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Lesson #1 – The Atomic Model 1.Complete the blank spaces in the chart for the parts of the atom based on the given information. (14 marks)NameZANumber ofProtonsNumber ofElectronsNumber ofNeutronsNuclideSymbolIron2658262632Fe2658Lead822078282125Pb82207Tin50122505072Sn50122Xenon54135545481Xe54135Mercury802028080122Hg80202Barium56139565683Ba561392.Draw a complete Bohr-Rutherford diagram showing all the parts of the atom forN714, S1633, and Ca2040. (9 marks)
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Lesson #2 – The Periodic Table and Periodic Trends 3.The blank periodic table has some numbers inserted into the spaces for certain elements. These numbers identify which element to consider. (Note: You do not have to identify these elements.) a.List all of the numbers in the table that refer to (5 marks: 1 mark each) 1 8 2
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