Castle_Mendeleev_Worksheet

Castle_Mendeleev_Worksheet - 4. Electron(s)in the outer...

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Place the symbol and name of the element in the room where it belongs.
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Castle Mendeleev Across 3. Compound consisting of two atoms of the same element. (ex: O 2 , H 2 ) 6. Force that attracts chemical elements to other elements and keeps them joined (bonded) together. 9. Smallest part of a compound. 10. Inactive; ex. He,Ne; do not actively combine with other elements. Down 1. Easily transfer the flow of electrons (electricity). 2. Compounds consisting of the elements carbon and hydrogen.
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Unformatted text preview: 4. Electron(s)in the outer orbit of an atom that will either be gained, lost, or shared when combining with another atom to form a compound. 5. A metal made by mixing two or more metals; ex. copper + zinc ----> brass 6. Orbit of electrons around the nucleus of an atom. 7. A charged particle; the result of an atom either gaining or losing electrons. 8. Atoms of an element that have a different than normal number of electrons....
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course CHEM 100 taught by Professor Sdfsdf during the Winter '08 term at BYU.

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