Atomic Structure Worksheet Answers by knt16405

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Molecule- a group of atoms held together by covalent bonds that displays all the
properties of that compound. (Usually 2 or more non- metals in covalent bond(s))

Compound- a substance that is formed from different types of atoms and can be broken
into its constituents by chemical reactions.

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Charged atoms form _ionic_ bonds. Atoms that share electrons form _covalent__ bonds.
The two types of this bond are _nonpolar___ _covalent__ bonds and _polar_____
_covalent_ bonds. Two polar molecules containing hydrogen may bond using
_hydrogen_ bonds.

Draw the atomic structure of the following atoms:

   C                            H                  O2-                        He

Identify how many protons and electrons are in each element.

                    C           Be             Fe2+            Si             Cl-
Neutrons            6            5              30             14             18
Protons             6            4              26             14             17
Electrons           6            4              24             14             18
For each substance, answe r the following: Is the substance organic or inorganic?;
Circle and identify all functional groups; What type of bonds are present? Is the
substance a molecule, compound, or both?

1.                                 2.                                 3.
                                                                                H         H
       inorganic                          inorganic                        inorganic
      double covalent bonds               double covalent bond             single covalent bonds
      both                                molecule                         both

4.                                 5.                                 6.


       inorganic                   organic                            organic
       ionic bond                  single and double covalent bonds   single and double covalent
       compund                     both                               bonds
7.                                 8.                                 9.


organic                                  inorganic                          inorganic
single and double covalent bonds         triple covalent bond               ionic bonds
both                                     molecule                          co mpound
10.                                11.

organic                            organic
single covalent bonds              single and double covalent bonds
both                               both
             chemical equation   elements

atom                             chemical symbol

proton                             subatomic particles

chemical bonds                   neutron

                                  atomic nucleus
 atomic number

 electron configuration

                                  atomic mass number

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