The second of the ten chemistry unit worksheets is the answer to the chemistry workbook question, “Explain Chemistry Units Worksheet 2.” It is possible to get to the answer to this question without actually reading the book, but I would suggest that you do, because it is a great way to improve your skills as a student. Unfortunately, I do not think that you will ever find an answer that you won’t already know about if you go straight for the workbook. Here are the answers.
After completing the first workbook in this series, you should be able to answer the second question about one atom in 12 elements. Atoms and ions are really just two different names for the same thing. They are made up of protons and neutrons and both have no mass, while being electrically charged. A nucleus is the part of an atom, which contains a proton and in which electrons can spin.
If you don’t know what an element is, that is okay. The description can be confusing and will have an effect on the answers. There are four elements that make up the known world. Oxygen, Nitrogen, Carbon, and Neon are the four elements. You will find elements mixed into other materials.
Molecules are composed of atoms. If you ever used the word “molecule” in a chemistry class, then you probably knew what I am talking about. Molecules are composed of individual atoms joined together by chemical bonds. The bonds can be strong or weak, depending on the type of atom which is in the molecule. Strong bonds give a molecule the ability to move.
Here is a hint before you start looking through the periodic table and figuring out what atoms go with what elements. The periodic table is intended to classify the elements and not to create a logical list of the atoms. To get all of these right, you need to be able to classify different types of atoms.
Another workbook answer to the chemistry unit worksheet is, “How many protons are in a hydrogen atom?” This has to do with the hydrogen atom’s electron configuration and gives a hint about the number of protons in the universe. It also tells you that two of the most common elements in the universe are made up of hydrogen.
An ionic form of hydrogen is water. Water can hold a large amount of hydrogen in its interior, which is why it is the most abundant element in the universe. An ion is an atom which has a charged part and a positively charged part. You should always use the word “antiproton” when you are referring to the positively charged part of an atom. Using the word “ion” in a second unit worksheet will confuse you.
For the eleventh chemistry unit worksheet, answer, “What type of bond is there between an atom and another atom?” This one is pretty straight forward, but you will need to know what you are talking about to answer this one.