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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) Name Z A Number of Protons Number of Electrons Number of Neutrons Nuclide Symbol Iron 26 58 26 26 32 Fe 26 58 Lead 82 207 82 82 125 Pb 82 207 Tin 50 122 50 50 72 Sn 50 122 Xenon 54 135 54 54 81 Xe 54 135 Mercury 80 202 80 80 122 Hg 80 202 Barium 56 139 56 56 83 Ba 56 139 2. Draw a complete Bohr-Rutherford diagram showing all the parts of the atom for N 7 14 , S 16 33 , and Ca 20 40 . (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) i. An alkali metal: 1 ii. A halogen: 8 iii. An Alkaline Earth Metal: 2 iv. A Noble Gas: 9, and 10. v. Elements in Period 4: 1, 3, and 8. b. Which numbers refer to non-metals? (2 marks) 4, 6, and 7.
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