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1

Fill In The Blanks (might require periodic table)
Element Symbol-
Atomic Number- 19
Atomic Mass-
Charge- 1+
Protons-
Electrons-
Neutrons-

Element Symbol- K
Atomic Number- 19
Atomic Mass- 39
Charge- 1+
Protons- 19
Electrons- 18
Neutrons- 20

2

Fill In The Blanks (might require periodic table)
Element Symbol-
Atomic Number-
Atomic Mass-
Charge- 3-
Protons-
Electrons- 10
Neutrons-

Element Symbol- N
Atomic Number- 7
Atomic Mass- 14
Charge- 3-
Protons- 7
Electrons- 10
Neutrons- 7

3

Fill In The Blanks (might require periodic table)
Element Symbol- Hg
Atomic Number-
Atomic Mass-
Charge- 0
Protons-
Electrons-
Neutrons-

Element Symbol- Hg
Atomic Number- 80
Atomic Mass- 201
Charge- 0
Protons- 80
Electrons- 80
Neutrons- 121

4

Fill In The Blanks (might require periodic table if you're a piece of shit who can't properly study without one)
Element Symbol-
Atomic Number-
Atomic Mass-
Charge- 2+
Protons- 56
Electrons-
Neutrons-

Element Symbol- Ba
Atomic Number- 56
Atomic Mass- 137
Charge- 2+
Protons- 56
Electrons- 54
Neutrons- 81

5

In general, do metals gain or lose electrons to achieve the stable octet?

Lose

6

In general, do non-metals gain or lose electrons to achieve a stable octet?

Gain

7

Do atoms gain/lose electrons to achieve the same electron configuration as the halogens or the noble gases?

Noble Gases

8

Identify whether the following is a chemical or physical property: a car door rusts

Chemical

9

Identify whether the following is a chemical or physical property: sugar cubes dissolve rapidly in hot water

Physical

10

Identify whether the following is a chemical or physical property: aluminum can be hammered into thin sheets

Physical

11

Identify whether the following is a chemical or physical property: magnesium reacts with hydrochloric acid

Chemical

12

Identify whether the following is a chemical or physical change: ice melting into a puddle

Physical

13

Identify whether the following is a chemical or physical change: a firework exploding into a night sky

Chemical

14

Identify whether the following is a chemical or physical change: grass growing

Chemical

15

Identify whether the following is a chemical or physical change: chalk grinding into chalkdust

Physical