FUNDAMENTAL PARTICLES OF AN ATOM REVIEW
orbit around the
WRITING THE NAMES IONIC COMPOUNDS
#1: Write the name of the metal first.
#2: Write the name of the non-metal second and change the ending of the
non metal to ide.
1. Ba3N2 barium nitride
Lab: Acids, Bases & Neutralization Reactions
PURPOSE: To determine common reactions of acids and bases with other substances.
A: Detecting Acids and Bases with pH Indicators
1. Wash out your spot plate thoroughly.
FINAL EXAM REVIEW QUESTIONS
UNIT 1: Matter and Chemical Bonding
1) Draw a Bohr-Rutherford diagram for each of the following:
a) 126 C
2) a) Which group of elements is the most metallic?
b) Which group of nonmetals is the most react
FINAL EXAM REVIEW
Unit 1 Matter and Chemical Bonding
h) reaction a represents the combustion
of a hydrocarbon
a) alkali metals
c) Noble gases
Magnesium has the largest atomic
radius because they all have th
LAB: OBSERVING AND IDENTIFYING ELEMENTS
USING EMISSION SPECTRA
Spectroscopy is a branch of science in which light(or electromagnetic radiation)
is used to identify unknown substances.
Recall that different types of electromagnetic radiation have different
Grade 11 Chemistry Exam Review
1. Use arrows to show the periodic trends for the following properties.
CAN METALS BE ACTIVE?
Gold never rusts. Iron, on the other hand, can rust in a few minutes. WHY?
Iron is more active (or reactive) than gold. But what about the other metals? Each
experimental observation for a series of reactions provides evidence of the
CHEMISTRY REVIEW EXEMPLAR
Match the following WHMIS symbols with the correct description. [
A. symbol indicates substance is
poisonous or toxic and will cause
serious and immediate effects.
B. symbol indicate
1. Write the symbols of the elements.
2. Write the ionic charges above each
3. Crisscross only the numbers to
determine the subscripts and add an (aq)
H3 P 1
All binary acids contain a
Lab: Conservation of Mass
Part 1: DEMONSTRATION
Part 2: TOPIC
State the Law of Conservation of Mass:
Part 3: STATE THE QUESTION TO INVESTIGATE
Part 4: WRITE YOUR HYPOTHESIS
Part 5: PLAN YOUR INVESTIGATION
Variable & Fixed Charges on the Periodic Table
Q#1: Are the charges positive or negative?
no symbol = +
negative = both positive & negative = +/-
Exploring the Periodic Table
The periodic table is made of three types of elements;
metals (left side)
non-metals (right side)
boron, silicon, germanium, arsenic, antimony, tellurium, polonium
1. GROUPS OR FAMILIES
A chemical group
A. True or False (If the statement is false, rewrite the statement to make it true)
1. Compounds that contain carbon and hydrogen are called ionic compounds.
2. Another term for bonding capacity is oxidation number.
Full Name: _
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Riverdale Collegiate Institute
June Examination 2016
Chemistry, Grade 11, University Preparation
STUDENTS NAME:_ HOME FORM: _
Circle the name of your teacher
Duration of Exam:
Total Number of Pages:
1. Write the symbols of the metal and polyatomic ion.
2. Write the ionic charges above.
Crisscross only the numbers to determine the
Brackets must be used to
separate the polyatomic
Elements in a vertical column (family/group) develop the same ionic
Ionic compounds are formed between a metal and a
VSEPR THEORY (MOLECULAR GEOMETRIES)
A= CENTRAL ATOM, X=an atom bonded to A, E= a lone pair on A
Note: Although there may be lone pairs X, only the electron clouds (bonded atoms, lone pairs) around A affect the molecular geometry
WRITING THE FORMULAS FOR IONIC COMPOUNDS
What is the chemical formula for the compound formed by. . . .
magnesium and chlorine?
# 1: Write the symbols, with the metal first.
# 2: Write the ionic charge above each symbol.
# 3: Cris
LAB: TYPES OF REACTIONS
Purpose: To conduct and study types of reactions in the laboratory.
Goggles on throughout experiment, including clean up. Wash hands after lab.
Never leave a lighted Bunsen burner unattended.
NAME AND RECORD OBSER
SNC2D Chemistry Unit Review for Test Wed Mar 19, 2014
Trends on the Periodic Table
Ions (Cations & Anions)
Ionic and Covalent Bonding
Skeleton & Balanced Equations
Law of Co
Recall, these are the electrons in the outermost orbital or shell of an
What is an Ion? [pronounced, eye-on]
An ion is an electrically charged atom.
It is formed when an atom gains or loses its valence electrons to have
Study Guide Unit A: Studying Materials Scientifically
1. Name 3 safety rules you should always follow in our science lab.
a. _Wear safety goggles at all times_
b. _Tell your teacher about spills immediately_
c. _Clearly label all chemica
Nomenclature Naming chemical compounds and writing chemical formulas:
In the unit on chemical bonding you learned a great deal about how to predict the number of bonds in
compounds. This unit makes use of this knowledge in pred
8th Grade Study Guide Unit B Chemistry Key
The test will be in 3 parts based on the 3 power standards.
Part 1 Standard: 8.1.4- Describe the structure of an atom and relate the
arrangement of electrons ( using the periodic table) to how that atom interacts
Study Guide: Cells and Disease
Name _ Class _
Which of the following graphs best represents
A disease begins then fewer people have it, then more, then fewer, then more again Graph _D_
2. The number of people with a disease stays the